• South Sudan is on the brink of collapse.

    South Sudan is on the brink of collapse and civil war. After years of internal conflict, the Sudan region of Africa is facing another major crisis. The skirmishes between the Nuer and Dinka tribes in South Sudan threaten to tear the country apart. The county is also threatened by the northern neighbor, which seeks to acquire their oil resources.

  • Yes, and has been for a while.

    Yes, South Sudan is on the bring of collapse, because there is mass instability in the country. With no clear leader in the region, South Sudan will continue to struggle until a strong leader arrives to take power. South Sudan is very fragile and will collapse at any time, and will launch a very tough period of time in Sudan.

  • South Sudan is on the brink of collapse.

    South Sudan is on the brink of collapse. The central African nation has been struggling to find its feet since becoming the world's newest country in July 2011. Critics say it has been unable to shake free from the ills of the past: corruption, a weak economy, a lack of public services and repression of
    political opponents.

  • It's practically there

    Not a stable region to begin with, conflicts of late in South Sudan have almost ensured it's goinng to fall into complete chaos soon. Some have argued it has already there, and with the violence, mass starvation and general awful conditions in the area, it's difficult to tell them different.

  • No, South Sudan is not on the brink of collapse

    I don't think that south Sudan is on the brink of anything, especially a collapse. They really know how to turn up and stuff. I went there last summer to chill with boy Sub Sudan and we had a great time in their downtown turning up. They are definitely not on the brink of a collapse. They will actually rise within the next year or so. Great GDP.

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