Monthly Archives: July 2016

July 21

It’s Time for an Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Five years after South Sudan became the world’s newest country, the civil war that ensued has reached horrifying levels of human rights’ abuses and violence. Since the country overwhelmingly voted to split from Sudan in 2011, political feuds have escalated into full-blown ethnic violence. The army has split and there have been clashes across the […]