South Sudan needs a new defence policy.
South Sudan’s decade-old defence policy is dated. In this article, Brian Adeba argues that a new defence policy which is tethered to a national security framework that accounts for evolving security challenges and addresses missed opportunities for professionalising the Sudan People’s Liberation Army is necessary.
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