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South Sudan's oil and water give it bargaining power – but will it benefit the people?

By Harry Verhoeven, Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University
Francois Sennesael, DPhil Candidate, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford
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South Sudan has long been one of east Africa’s most unstable states. But surging external interest in its resources and the diplomatic agility of its rulers are again underlining how pivotal the country remains to regional energy and water politics.

Much of Africa has spent 2022 facing sharp increases in the costs of energy and food driven by the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the strengthening…The Conversation

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