Rule of whose law? The geography of authority in Juba, South Sudan | The Journal of Modern African Studies | Cambridge Core
This study asks: in the general absence of a functioning and effective civil administration in Juba’s huge suburbs, how have people negotiated personal disputes and neighbourhood management since conflict began in 2013? Who arbitrates in Juba, and on what terms? This study challenges top-down analyses that see political-military elites managing their ethnic enclaves of followers and fighters through nepotism and gifts.
Rule of whose law? The geography of authority in Juba, South Sudan