Madhav Joshi, associate research professor, Peace Accords Matrix and Susan D. Page, Ambassador (ret.) Visiting Professor of the Practice, detailed the tracking process of the South Sudan Peace Process in an op-ed for The Conversation.
“Our research findings are in line with the recent statement by the South Sudan Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat. This is that it is more important for the parties to implement the agreement fully, with ownership on all sides, than to meet a deadline.”
Originally published at theconversation.com on December 5, 2019.