It’s in Kenya’s interest to stop clashes in Juba

President of Southern Sudan, Salva Kiir (left) with the vice president Riek Machar during a rally at the John Garang Stadium in Juba, Southern Sudan, October 1st, 2010. PHOTO/STEPHEN MUDIARI

What you need to know:

  • The scope of Kenya’s economic future has grown dramatically over the past decade and is tied irrevocably to the fortunes of its neighbours.
  • One hopes that Kenyan diplomats expend as much energy with their counterparts in the EAC, IGAD and the AU seeking resolution of the crisis in South Sudan as they did about the ICC.

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