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Sunday 14 July 2024

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Jok Madut Jok

Jok Madut Jok is a professor of anthropology at Syracuse University where he researches security, governance, democracy and development in South Sudan and Sudan. He can be reached at X/Twitter

Articles by the Author

Opinion |
Can the people of the East African Community (EAC) overcome cross-border suspicions and create a cohesive union of its 302.2 million citizens?  East Africans, both citizens and governments, seem half-hearted about integration. 
Can the people of the East African Community (EAC) overcome cross-border suspicions and create a cohesive union of its 302.2 million citizens?  East Africans, both citizens and governments, seem half-hearted about integration. 
Politics |
South Sudanese fought bitterly for independence from Sudan, but leadership failures and ethnic divisions have undermined attempts to forge a nation for Africa’s youngest state.
South Sudanese fought bitterly for independence from Sudan, but leadership failures and ethnic divisions have undermined attempts to forge a nation for Africa’s youngest state.
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