THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

South Sudan: ‘Taken’ by kleptocrats and speculators, says report

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The United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union should do very much more – including imposing sanctions and targeting networks – to address the cycle of violence that is spiralling out of control in South Sudan. So suggests a report by human rights in Africa reporting project, The Sentry. Since the outbreak of war in the country in 2013, it says, ‘local kleptocrats and their international partners – from Chinese-Malaysian oil giants and British tycoons to networks of traders from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya and Uganda – have accumulated billions of dollars,’ stolen from funds from global aid, and...

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