It’s entirely foreseeable that if the South Sudanese violence isn’t stopped or contained without its borders, that its overspill could lead to serious unrest in the neighboring countries, possibly pushing them to the brink of civil war themselves due to their extremely fragile dispositions.
On July 10th, in the country's capital of Juba, fighting between government forces and the opposition broke out. The death toll rose to 272 people in a few days. Today, gunfire continued. A Chinese peacekeeper was killed and several UN employees injured.
The US and Japan have reported the evacuation of its diplomatic missions.