In the months following South Sudan’s July 2011 electoral secession from the former Sudan, the South’s ability to successfully maintain a demining program has become heavily dependent on its economic and post-conflict recovery. At this point in time, however, much of the South’s sustainability is ultimately reliant on its relationship with the North and, more significantly, the international community, thereby rendering its demining program into an uncertain future.
"Secession Leads to Demining Challenges in Sudan,"
Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 15
, Article 6.
Available at: http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol15/iss3/6