war in 2013 this proposition was revoked. The start of the civil war affected China’s dominant oil industry in the region as in the first ten months of 2013, 14 million barrels of oil were produced daily, which then dropped to approximately 120,000 barrels of oils a day to due an increase in ethnic conflict and the evacuation of 191 China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) employees. In 2015 to alleviate conflict in the region and protect Chinese Oil facilities, China enlisted the CHN-BATT to the UN Peacekeepers. Acting as the first Chinese fronted peacekeepers in the region, totaling to 1,031 (which another 8,000 were registered along with $100 Million USD in Military Aid to the African Union) setting up their central command in Juba. Despite contributing to the resolution to the conflict, in 2014 the China North Industries Group Corp (NORINCO) sold $38 Million USD worth of ammunition, grenade launchers, machina guns, and missiles to the Southern Sudanese Government. However in September of that year two officials from the Chinese Embassy in Juba stated that China would halt all arms trade with South Sudan as it would only be fueling the conflict.III. Proposed Solutions:In the 6 years since South Sudan has been liberated from Sudan, it has yet to face sustainable peace and development within government or socially. Currently considered the most fragile country internationally, South Sudan has been facing hardships in establishing infrastructure, and maintaining humanitarian standards for citizens. For the strife dealt with by the over 11 million citizens, China proposes infrastructural reforms, and humanitarian deployment to steady the world’s youngest nation. With the dismissal of several arms embargoes proposed to South Sudan, beginning with 2011/423/CFSP, and with its failure by 2013 Sudan had devolved into war, displacing over 300,000 and killing tens of thousands. Failure to enact