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Rule of whose law? The geography of authority in Juba, South Sudan

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This study asks: in the general absence of a functioning and effective civil administration in Juba’s huge suburbs, how have people negotiated personal disputes and neighbourhood management since conflict began in 2013? Who arbitrates in Juba, and on what terms? This study challenges top-down analyses that see political-military elites managing their ethnic enclaves of followers…

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Traditional Justice Methods and Their Possible Impact on Transitional Justice Models in South Sudan

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This paper discusses the legal framework of the traditional justice methods in several African countries, with a focus on South Sudan; the objective of customary law, the role of traditional courts or the forum of elders, and the methods of settlement of disputes. These methods of settlement of disputes are by-products of the practices, customs…

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South Sudan’s National Security Bill: Merits and Public Reactions

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This review provides an in-depth analysis into the new National Security Bill, focusing primarily on resultant public opinion and what the new law constitutes for the South Sudanese general constituency as it complements and cements the existing operational culture of the National Security Service (NSS).

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Police Service and Law Enforcement in South Sudan

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This report (2013), based on field research, investigates the functioning of South Sudan’s police service as a provider of security. The report also reviews the public image of the police, investigating what citizens think about the police contribution to or exacerbation of the security situation, as well as what the public suggests as the best…

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The Impact of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the New Government of National Unity on Southern Sudan

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This report (2006) reviews the first six months of the National Unity Government that resulted from the CPA. It concludes the National Unity government has not yet provided the anticipated power sharing mechanisms and reform of legislation.

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