U4 Issue | 2019
International missions brought foreign experts to help local partners tackle corruption and organised crime in Kosovo and Guatemala. With unprecedented investigative powers, those efforts sought to disrupt criminal networks and use peer-based learning to build local capacity. While the UN effort in Guatemala won major convictions and public acclaim, the EU effort in Kosovo fell short. Divergences in their context, structure, strategy, and focus hold lessons for peer-to-peer interventions worldwide.
Doctoral Thesis | Jul 2021
Shaping Room for Maneuver: A Political Ecology of REDD+ in Indonesia
David Aled Williams
U4 Issue | Jun 2021
Getting the most out of the ISO 37001 standard. How development aid agencies can benchmark and add value in anti-corruption activities