South Sudan: New Nation Faces Unresolved Problems

July 11, 2011

South Sudan: New Nation Faces Unresolved Problems
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The independence of South Sudan is a call for celebration but many difficult issues remain unresolved, says John Campbell, Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies at the Council of Foreign Relations. The outstanding delineation of 20 percent of the Sudan-South Sudan border and questions regarding divisions of oil revenues between the two countries must now be addressed.

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