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New Report: Safeguards to Peace in South Sudan

South Sudan
New Report: Safeguards to Peace in South Sudan
The Enough Project’s new report, “Safeguards to Peace: Steps toward Economic Governance in South Sudan,” published today, surveys how South Sudan’s violent kleptocracy threatens the implementation of the peace agreement.  ...
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New Report Warns of Six Corruption Threats to Peace in South Sudan

South Sudan
The tenuous peace agreement in South Sudan faces serious threats from a deep-rooted system of corruption and profiteering, according to a new report by the Enough Project. The report, “Safeguards to Peace,” identifies six severe gaps in the country’s economic governance ...
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Safeguards to Peace: Steps Toward Governance in South Sudan

Safeguards to Peace: Steps Toward Governance in South Sudan
  Download the full report. By Mark Ferullo Executive Summary Hundreds of thousands killed,[i] injured, and raped.[ii] Millions more displaced.[iii] After five years of violence in South Sudan, the peace agreement signed in September 2018 is a hopeful attempt to end the corruption-fueled war. [iv] But this is an uncertain time in South Sudan. The overall commitment to the peace agreement is low and implementation of some key provisions of the agreement has stalled completely. At the same time, President Salva Kiir continues to control South Sudan’s violent kleptocratic system of government that has deliberately constructed an infrastructure for corruption and ...
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Lawfare Op-ed: Congress Should Staff Up the Office of Foreign Assets Control

This op-ed originally appeared in Lawfare and was written by Joshua White, Director of Policy at the Enough Project and The Sentry ...
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The Hill Op-ed: A Roadmap for the US in DRC and Other Budding African Democracies

D.R. Congo
This op-ed originally appeared in The Hill and was written by Sasha Lezhnev, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project, and Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution ...
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Enough Project Statement: U.S. corporate investment should not be promoted in Sudan while the country is in turmoil

Sudan
Torture, killing of peaceful protestors, and imposition of a State of Emergency should be major red flags for multinational company investments ...
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Diplomats and Protesters Face Off at Washington’s Luxury Willard Hotel

Sudan
Diplomats and Protesters Face Off at Washington’s Luxury Willard Hotel
On the night of January 23, 2019, Sudanese diplomats gathered at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, D.C., as the Sudanese Embassy hosted a celebration marking the 63rd anniversary of the country’s independence from Britain and Egypt. Also gathered outside were at least 200 protesters, mostly from the Sudanese diaspora, demonstrating against the event ...
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“Hijacked State”: New Report Charts the Structure of South Sudan’s Violent Kleptocracy

In a major report released today, the Enough Project provides an in-depth look at South Sudan’s system of violent kleptocracy, detailing how the country’s leaders have enriched themselves while corrupting government institutions, stoking violent conflict, committing mass atrocities, and causing famine ...
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A Hijacked State: Violent Kleptocracy in South Sudan

A Hijacked State: Violent Kleptocracy in South Sudan
Download the full report. By Brian Adeba and the Enough Project Team Executive Summary On September 12, 2018, the South Sudanese government and the armed opposition signed a peace deal that could potentially end the 5-year-old conflict, if elites exercise the political will required to implement the agreement. The South Sudanese conflict is rooted in the violent kleptocratic system of governance that the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) began building in 2005, after the end of the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983–2005). When President Salva Kiir became the chair of the SPLM and the leader of the autonomous Government of ...
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African Arguments Op-ed: Sudan – A genuine, peaceful people’s revolution in the making

Sudan
This op-ed originally appeared in African Arguments and was written by Dr. Suliman Baldo, Senior Advisor at the Enough Project and Dr Lutz Oette, Director of the Centre for Human Rights Law at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies ...
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