Countering Corruption in South Sudan
15.11.2016 / ETH Zurich, main building, room HG D 5.2
The Nexus of Corruption, Conflict and State-building in the world’s newest state.
TearFund The world’s newest state has turned from a donor darling in 2011 to a source of concern. The news coming from South Sudan is worrying: half of the population lives on humanitarian relief, the current peace agreement is fragile, and state coffers are empty. The latest reports suggest that the country’s elites have built a kleptocratic regime that controls all sectors of the economy, squandering a historic chance for the development of a functional state. The international community, in turn, is disappointed by the former donor darling and seems to lack a clear strategy. This event will provide an insider's view and discuss options for moving. forward.
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