Salva Kiir the beleaguered South Sudan President with a black hat is cornered into discussions of peace with his sworn enemy Riek Machar. Their mutual hatred borders on tribal lines with each tribesman believing that he carries the birth right to rule this fragile new state. This wicked sense of self entitlement to statehood has been one of the most potent underlying factors in the failure of Africa's 'Independent' States.
Ceasefire called but power sharing opposed
75 x 55 cm
21,7 x 29,5 in
Signatur: vorne signiert