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The Criminalization of South Sudan’s Gold Sector: Kleptocratic Networks and the Gold Trade in Kapoeta

Read the full report. By the Enough Project team Within the area historically known as the state of Eastern Equatoria, Kapoeta is a semi-arid rangeland of clay soil dotted with short, thorny shrubs and other vegetation. Precious resources lie below this desolate landscape. Eastern Equatoria, along with the region historically known as Central Equatoria, contains […]

By Enough Team

April 9, 2020

7th Annual Forum on Sudan and South Sudan

Ian Schwab, Director of Advocacy and Impact Strategy at the Enough Project, will be a panelist at the 7th Annual Forum on Sudan and South Sudan.

By Enough Team

September 24, 2019

South Sudan After the Kiir and Machar Meeting

The leader of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army in Opposition, former Vice President Riek Machar, arrived in Juba on September 9, 2019 to meet with President Salva Kiir in an attempt to work out outstanding issues inhibiting the implementation of the September 2018 peace agreement known as the revitalized agreement on the resolution of the conflict in South Sudan.

By Enough Team

September 16, 2019

South Sudan's Stalled Path to Peace

"South Sudan's Stalled Path to Peace" will be a look at South Sudan’s peace agreement and the measures required to build peace in the young nation. Experts from USIP, Enough Project, and Democracy International will offer concrete, evidence-based recommendations for how to mitigate conflict, promote peace and advance accountability.

By Enough Team

June 14, 2019

Saving South Sudan’s Peace Deal

The South Sudan peace agreement suffered a serious blow when the deadline to form a government of national unity lapsed without fanfare on May 12.

By Brian Adeba

May 23, 2019

Suliman Baldo at Fordham University

Suliman Baldo, Enough’s Senior Policy Advisor, will participate in a private roundtable convened by Fordham University’s Department of African and African American Studies. The roundtable will focus on the peace process in South Sudan.

By Enough Team

May 10, 2019

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. 

By Enough Team

March 20, 2019

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 […]

By Enough Team

March 20, 2019

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 […]

By Enough Team

February 13, 2019

U.S. Treasury Sanctions Entities for Their Role in South Sudan’s Devastating Conflict

 The Sentry welcomes the announcement today by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) that it has sanctioned three individuals, Gregory Vasili, Israel Ziv, and Obac William Olawo, for their roles in South Sudan’s conflict.  Six entities owned or controlled by two of the aforementioned individuals were also designated pursuant to Executive Order 13664.

By Enough Team

December 14, 2018