Conflict Brewing in South Sudan

Monday, December 23, 2013

Aerial view of Juba, the capital of South Sudan, with river Nile on the right. (Frontpage/Shutterstock)

A group of American citizens were evacuated from an area under dispute in South Sudan on Sunday, leading President Obama to note that he might take "further action" to support American citizens and interests in the contested region.

Freelance journalist Hannah McNeish explains what is at stake between the two sides here and how Americans have become caught in the middle.


Hannah McNeish


Gianna Palmer

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