This video opened my eyes to a lot of things about building a country and about South Sudan in general.
There are so many things that go into building a country, it is not just building the government. Countries need police forces and identities. They need national anthems, flags, taxes, they need a system of keeping their information and their history, and they need a capital city, These all take time to build and create because they start with basically nothing, they are literally building a country from scratch. Also, many countries other than South Sudan are invested in this, the UN is helping them in any way they can and therefore all of the countries of the UN are affected by and involved in this process.
Also, this video gives a lot of insight into the culture of South Sudan and about its culture. It seems that one of their official languages is English because many people speak it in the video and they were singing the national anthem in English. The video also portrayed their Christian culture in many ways, and it illustrated the lives of its people with their way of life and their dreams and their adjustment to peace from decades of war.
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