South Sudan’s Entry Into EAC And What It Portends For Regional Integration Efforts

Although the new nation is bound to be met with varied challenges in the short run, the medium and long term benefits, should the peace agreement hold, outweigh the immediate hurdles it faces.

South Sudan’s Entry Into EAC And What It Portends For Regional Integration Efforts
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