[Editorial] No peace of mind in South Sudan
As South Sudan this month marks its fifth anniversary as an independent nation, peace and stability remain elusive. Recent violence threatens the ceasefire agreement signed last year. Peace of mind is infinitely more fleeting. A report released by Amnesty International on July 6, Our hearts have gone dark, contains harrowing testimony of the mental health impacts of the mass killings, rape, torture, and abductions characterising South Sudan’s ongoing civil war.