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|February 3, 2011|
"Without a massive increase in capacity- in government as well as nongovernmental organizations and private businesses- South Sudan will remain a country defined by its needs, not its potential. There is a clear danger that international humanitarian aid- which remains urgently necessary- will come to substitute true national development. It's for this reason that education should be given the highest non-defense priority in developing a new nation: South Sudan must create and sustain its own capacity, and build an educational system that is self-sustaining and self-renewing."
"The Promise and Peril of an Independent Republic of South Sudan" Dissent Magazine (on-line), February 3, 2011