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Former Envoy Lyman Sees Lessons in South Sudan Conflict

South Sudan’s two-year conflict has killed thousands of people, displaced millions and cost the United States over $1 billion in humanitarian assistance. Ambassador Princeton Lyman, a senior adviser at the United States Institute of Peace and the former U.S. special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, says a lot can be learned from the ongoing conflict. For one, he said, “Never idolize a rebellion and assume that the people who are fighting against an injustice will not commit an injustice...

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