Ahmed Kodouda

Ahmed Kodouda is Senior Program Associate for the East and Horn of Africa Program at Freedom House, a Washington, DC-based non-governmental organization that focuses on democracy and human rights. He recently returned from a trip to South Sudan.

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    Despite clashes, oil shutdown is bad for South Sudan
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    The South Sudanese government recently decided to stop oil production in retaliation against actions taken by the Sudanese government in Khartoum. While on the surface it seems a wise decision, upon closer examination it has resulted in serious and harmful effects on the government and the South Sudanese people.

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