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Supporting Peace and Stability in South Sudan

Five years ago, after more than 20 years of civil war, South Sudan became the latest Member State of the United Nations. The tasks at hand for the new State were enormous: peace-building, institution-building, security, socio-economic development. Looking more closely at the security sector, challenges were and are about the security of the nation, about the security of the people and their property, and about the security of the state and its institutions.
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