Jok discusses the link between violence and corruption in the Citizen

Jok Jok"One thing that has not been clearly delineated about violence in South Sudan is the role of corruption as a most insidious driver of the ghastly inequities that have now come to characterize the young state as one of the most unequal societies in Africa," writes Jok Madut Jok, professor of anthropology. His article "South Sudanese may disagree on what fuels conflict but agree graft is at the root of it all," was published in the Citizen. 12/18/19