Political Risk

South Sudan’s growing conflict reflects rivalry between president and his former deputy

“They were an unlikely pair to lead the world’s newest nation — from different tribal groups and different regions, having taken vastly different paths to power. President Salva Kiir, a field commander with little formal education, was known for his black ­cowboy hat. His vice president, Riek Machar, had earned a doctorate in Britain and preferred Western suits.”

Source: South Sudan’s growing conflict reflects rivalry between president and his former deputy – The Washington Post

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