Can Africa's problem child grow into a valuable partner?
South Sudan's first year of life has been marred by political uncertainty, lawlessness and an oil dispute. Its east African neighbours are watching for opportunities but wary of investing
Elijah Matibo sits on a leather sofa in his capacious office high above Nairobi and ponders the conundrum that is South Sudan – an infant country that represents both potential and peril for east Africa.
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