South Sudan

​EXCLUSIVE: How South Sudan's elite looted its foreign reserves

Simona Foltyn

A leaked audit report shows how family and friends of top government officials benefited from a letters of credit scheme


Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes

Al Jazeera

Human rights activists are stepping up efforts to expose Israel's long and covert history of supplying weapons and military training to regimes.


Why lifting sanctions against Sudan is the right call

Alex de Waal

Sudan is still an important outside influence on South Sudan, so lifting sanctions paves the way for a more constructive peace process in South Sudan


Will seven million starving Yemenis ever find justice?

Al Jazeera

In the "war the world forgot", the international community won't react to the human rights violations which will leave 6.8 million hungry.


Riek Machar's lonely  'exile' in SA

Simon Allison

The South Sudanese leader is stateless and cut off from friends and family