The world's newest country emerged this month splitting from its northern neighbour after almost 50 years of intermittent civil war. But the final agreements on the way forward have still not been finalised and could lead to further tension. GIS expert, Professor Jaime Pinto, considers what the future holds for South Sudan.

ONLY ten days after emerging as the world’s newest nation, South Sudan made its first shipment of oil as an independent country.

But the world’s 193rd state, which split from its northern neighbour after 50 years of intermittent civil war, has still not agreed how to divide the profits from the oil venture with its adversary in t...

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Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto
The move, by President al-Bashir, was seen as putting further pressure on the south to reach agreement on how to share resources and split the income from the oil
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