Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in South Sudan: The Case of Western Equatoria’s Arrows Boys

Arrow boys

The Centre for Security Governance (CSG) published of a new CSG Paper analysing the arrow boys, a militia in South Sudan’s south-western region established as a civilian protection mechanism, to understand how non-state security providers affect the process of state formation and security governance in South Sudan.
 
This is the second of four papers produced as part of the CSG’s project on Non-State Security Providers and Political Formation in Conflict-Affected States.

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