• November 4, 2008
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ICG’s latest brief calls for intl. community to maintain momentum of Juba peace talks

The International Crisis Group has issued its latest briefing on northern Uganda, calling on the international community to increase leverage to push forward the Juba peace process. The brief, “Northern Uganda Peace Process: The Need to Maintain Momentum,” examines the ongoing negotiations and the necessity for the international community to remain committed to the process. “The Juba peace process has matured in the last year and improved the lives of millions of civilians, both in northern Uganda and southern Sudan”, says Crisis Group Analyst Adam O’Brien. “But negotiating the remaining details and implementation require more leverage, focus and discipline.” The brief says that a two-track strategy

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