'When peace kills politics': The pitfalls of peacemaking in the Sudans


When the international community gets involved to try to sort out a country, does it ever work? It's a question that's been posed in recent weeks about Afghanistan.  But it's also true of how the world has tried to help the African countries of Sudan and South Sudan. Both were separated in a peace deal a decade ago and remain highly unstable. Our guest Sharath Srinivasan is the author of the book "When Peace Kills Politics: International Intervention and Unending Wars in the Sudans". He joined us for Perspective.