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South Sudan’s transition into statehood, which was backed by the West, has failed. The country needs a political rebirth. 

Laws are often enforced arbitrarily. Applying a peer review model to government bureaucracy could help. 

The conviction of Black Lives Matter activist Jasmine Richards for lynching corrupts a law meant to protect people like her from harm.

The UN's World Humanitiarian Summit pushed for solutions but came up empty-handed.