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Amnesty International. 2014. “Nowhere Safe: Civilians Under Attack in South Sudan.” London: Amnesty International. www.amnesty.org.
Johnson Douglas H. 2008. “Why Abyei Matters: The Breaking Point of Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement?African Affairs 107 (426): 119.
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Johnson Douglas H. 2011. The Root Causes of Sudan’s Civil Wars: Peace or Truce. Revised edition. Woodbridge, U.K.: James Currey.
Johnson Douglas H. 2012. “The Heglig Oil Dispute between Sudan and South Sudan.” Journal of Eastern African Studies 6 (3): 561–69.
Johnson Douglas H. 2014. “Briefing: the Crisis in South Sudan.” African Affairs 113 (451): 300309.
LeRiche Matthew, and Arnold Matthew. 2012. South Sudan from Revolution to Independence. London: Hurst & Co.
Nyaba Peter Adwok. 2011. South Sudan: The State We Aspire to. Cape Town: Centre for Advanced Study of African Society.
Radio Tamazuj. 2014. “Museveni Seeking South Sudan ‘Exit Strategy.’” July 21. https://radiotamazuj.org.
Small Arms Survey–Sudan. 2014a. “Timeline of Recent Intra-Southern Conflict.” June 27. www.smallarmssurveysudan.org.
South Sudan Human Rights Commission (SSHRC). 2014. “Interim Report on South Sudan Internal Conflict: December 15, 2013 to March 15, 2014.” Juba: Southern Sudan, Sudan. www.gurtong.net.
South Sudan Human Rights Commission (SSHRC). 2014b. “The SPLM-in-Opposition.” May 2. www.smallarmssurveysudan.org.
United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS). 2014. “Conflict in South Sudan: A Human Rights Report.” May 8. Bahr al Jabal, South Sudan: UNMISS. www.unmiss.unmissions.org.
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