NAIROBI (AlertNet) – South Sudan faces immense challenges as it prepares to become the world’s newest nation on July 9, following a referendum in which voters opted almost unanimously for independence. Cynics fear the state will be plunged into renewed warfare and corruption will spiral out of control, condemning its people to further suffering and poverty.
AlertNet’s Katy Migiro asked Clare Lockhart, co-author of the book Fixing Failed States: A Framework for Rebuilding a Fractured World, what south Sudan should do to avoid this fate.
Read more of this story here: Q&A: How to stop south Sudan becoming a failed state? – AlertNet.