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Post Conflict Peacebuilding: South Sudan

The challenges facing post-conflict communities are many and long-term solutions are elusive. Wilson Scholar Emmaculate Asige Liaga has identified “grassroots” involvement as a key element of a successful transition. She shares thought on what this means for peacebuilding efforts in South Sudan in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

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Ground Truth Briefing: Is Climate-Related Migration a National Security Issue?

In this conversation, three veteran analysts of climate change and migration discuss the impact upon national and international security - and what policymakers should do about it. 

President Obama Eases Sudan Sanctions

President Obama has eased sanctions against Sudan, a nation designated as a terrorism sponsor whose leader has been accused of war crimes. Wilson Center Africa Program Fellow, Zach Vertin, explains the move and what the US hopes to gain by attempting to normalize relations with the African nation.

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