Past event

Members

Sudan and South Sudan: The Importance of Interdependence

Chatham House, London

Africa Programme, Horn of Africa Project

Event documents

Transcript: Sudan and South Sudan: The Importance of Interdependence
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Q&A: Sudan and South Sudan: The Importance of Interdependence
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Participants

James Copnall, BBC Correspondent for Sudan and South Sudan (2009-12); Author, A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts: Sudan and South Sudan’s Bitter and Incomplete Divorce
Discussant: Dr Douglas H Johnson, Independent Scholar on Sudan and South Sudan
Chair: Paul Murphy, Executive Director, Saferworld

Overview

With Sudan and South Sudan facing critical challenges relating to conflict and instability, underdevelopment and institutional weakness, the speaker will assess both the threats to progress and how the countries’ ongoing interdependence may be better harnessed to their mutual benefit.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed for members only. The live stream will be made available here at 18:00 GMT on Wednesday 5 March.

ASK A QUESTION: Send questions for the speaker by email to questions@chathamhouse.org or using #askCH on Twitter. A selection will be put to him during the event.

This event is part of a meeting series entitled Division and Conflict in South Sudan.