Briefing | What’s behind South Sudan’s delayed peace deal
'There’s no indication any of the parties are interested in genuine peace’
Freelance journalist based in South Sudan
Now that the implementation of South Sudan’s shaky peace agreement has officially been delayed by six months, worries are mounting that a half year leaves enough time for things to go badly wrong in a country where distrust between the warring parties still runs deep.
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