Since the split in South Sudan’s government in December last year, Riek Machar has been hard to reach. In his absence he’s been accused of variously trying to mount an unsuccessful coup, and foment an ethnic war. ADRIANE OHANESIAN traveled to speak to Machar directly, and talks to Richard Stupart about Machar’s views on the events of December 2013, the future of Kiir’s government, and likely strategy in the months ahead.

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Cover photo by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office