Conflict in South Sudan
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Issue 13:4

Windy Dermawan, Akim, Febriani Amalina Shalihah

Conflict in South Sudan

This research aims to find out the urgency and challenges of making conflict resolutions in South Sudan related to their impact on human security issues. The research method used is a qualitative research method with technical data collection in the form of literature studies using several previously journals with similar topic. For the approach, the theories and concepts used are human security and conflict resolution management. As a result, the impact of this conflict on aspects of human security has been threat to a lost generation in South Sudan, hence why the conflict resolution is very necessary. By reflecting on conflict resolution that had been made previously, two challenges that must be considered in making conflict resolution in the future are the commitment of both parties to the peace agreement and the absence of national identity in South Sudan. Therefore, efforts that can be made are using consistent international pressure to maintain commitment and increase the role of national institutions to bridge the absence of national identity in all conflicting ethnic groups.

 

Keywords: South Sudan, intra-state conflict, human security, conflict resolution, national identity.

2020 - Volume 14 Issue 2