Louisa Lombard on South Sudan:
Much of the world greeted South Sudan’s independence last year as a triumph of perseverance over oppression. But oppression, like smoking and giving to charity, is a learned behavior, and the South Sudanese learned from some of the best. Judging by their treatment of the Mbororo, a nomadic group of cattle herders, they also were very good students.
Andrew Lebovich continues to detail the fate of the arms being smuggled out of Libya.
Amb. David Shinn: “Covert US Attacks in Somalia”
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