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CMI Report | Jan 2002
This report analyses the growth of political Islam in South Asia (Pakistan, Afghanistan and India's Jammu and Kashmir Province). In Pakistan ...
Asia: Afghanistan, India, Pakistan
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2004
Pakistan has one of the highest incidences of honour killings in the world. This is a major human rights issue that has received little attention ...
Traditional culture, Honour killings, Pakistan, Asia: Pakistan
Violence and belonging: Land, love and lethal conflict in the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan
Book | Apr 2009
Offers a new perspective on the causes of violence in Middle Eastern and other tribal Muslim communities. A rich ethnographic account of ...
conflict, feud, Islam, egalitarian societies, N-Pakistan, Pakistan
Event | 1 May 2012
Professor Anatol Lieven discusses the key arguments in his latest book with Arne Strand and Hans Inge Langø.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1996
Deforestation is a global environment concern, but the underlying processes vary across regions and countries. In Pakistan the threat to forests ...
Book Chapter | Jan 1994
The chapter gives a broad overview of the state and trends of human rights in Pakistan up to 1993. It covers both civil and political rights ...
human rights, governance, development, political participation, Pakistan, South Asia
Project | Jan 1996 - Jul 2000
This Ph.D. project focuses on deforestation in the temperate forest in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. A central question is why ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2005
Traditional (In)justice: Honour Killings in Pakistan Are Knudsen Human Rights in Development Yearbo
Project | Jan 2019 - Oct 2021
TRAFIG, Transnational Figurations of Displacement, is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 research and innovation project. From 2019 to 2021, 12 partner ...
Report in External Series | May 2011
The report introduces a theoretical framework for analysis, and then discusses how Pakistan and Norway define governance and good governance ...
good governance, Pakistan
Project | Nov 2003 - Nov 2006
The report review steps taken by the Musharraf government to combat honour killings through an examination of legal reforms in the years between ...
Honur killings, Pakistani plural legal traditions, Jirga, Sharia courts, the Hudood Ordinance, and the Zina laws, Asia: Pakistan
Social anthropologist focusing on peace, conflict and forced migration in South Asia and the Middle East
Islamism, peacebuilding, post-conflict violence, retributive justice, honour killings, refugees and IDPs, forced migration, micro-foundations of conflict and violence, Asia: Pakistan, Middle East: Lebanon, Palestine, Syria (refugees, IDPs)
Journal Article | Jan 2001
The article presents a broad analysis of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan. The basis of the movement lies in networks of traditional religious ...
Newspaper Op-Ed | Aug 2018
Across South Asia political dynasties are generally in decline. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty of the Indian Congress Party and the Bhutto clan of ...
Political dynasty, governance, democratisation, political economy, Bangladesh
Project | Apr 2016 - Sep 2019
Kabul – September 2016. The Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)-Norway and Peace Training and Research Organisation (PTRO) have been ...
Social anthropologist researching gender and migration patterns in South Asia
Gender identities, Plural law, Human Rights, Islam, Forced Migration, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh
Report in External Series | Aug 2015
Afghanistan’s future remains uncertain. After one of the longest and most ambitious interventions since the Second World War, peace and ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1998
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CMI Report | Jan 1997
The report reviews CMI's experience of technical assistance and institutional collaboration in Bangladesh, from its beginnings in the form of ...
Research collaboration, Institution building, Capacity building, Bangladesh, Asia: Bangladesh
Event | 12 Aug 2010
Pakistan - a strategic player on the world stage, devastated by current floods, in midst of a prolonged military campaign to flush "terrorists" in the North and an international crisis compounded by strained relations with neighbours and even with allies, faces an uncertain future. America's leading expert on Pakistan and India, Stephen Cohen, probes beyond the headlines and offers a panoramic portrait and analysis of this complex country.