South Sudan, Lets End the War

The scale of the crisis facing South Sudan is hard to understand. 2 million people have been displaced as the country has tumbled back into a greed-driven war that has also left almost half the population without enough food to eat. The United States and South Sudan's neighbors must urgently find a new approach to peacemaking that creates a more effective peace process, one with serious consequences for the South Sudanese government and rebel leaders who continue to worsen the war. South Sudan was born in 2011 when it received its independence from Sudan. This was a result of the peace deal between the north and south of the country after a previous long and horrible war. Now, South Sudan is stuck in war once again and its people are being caught in the middle. How can countries help to stop this? How can we come together and create a country without war?

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