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News | 8 Feb 2012
Summary points: Investment in land is not conflict-neutral, and given the history of violent conflict and mutual destabilization in the Horn of Africa ...
Event | 15 Nov 2011
What are the objectives of Brazil's foreign policies, and how are they pursued?
Commissioned Report | Jan 2005
The major objective of the Programme WTO/GATS and Economic Development: Key to "the new economy" is to produce new theoretical and empirical insights ...
WTO/GATS, Economic Development, "the new economy", financial services, telecommunications, energy services, world economy, investment- and trade patterns, Africa: Botswana, Ghana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Event | 9 Jun 2005
Thw workshop examined factors shaping the implementation of peace agreements and the effects of strategies for social, economic and political (re-)construction after civil war. Participants came from universities and research organisations in Egypt, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, the UK and the US.
Edited Book | Nov 2019
Analysing political corruption as a distinct but separate entity from bureaucratic corruption, this timely book separates these two very different social ...
Political corruption, Corruption, Power preservation, Political economy analysis, Bribery, Favouritism, Vote buying, Civil society, Media, Anti-corruption, 'Big Man', Patronage, Elections, Resource curse, Clientelism, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Mozambique, South Africa, Malawi
Managing Aid Exit and Transformation: Lessons from Botswana, Eritrea, India, Malawi and South Africa
Project | Dec 2006 - Dec 2008
What happens when donors withdraw their aid to developing countries? The study, undertaken for Norway, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands by CMI and ...
Aid effectiveness, Botswana, Eritrea, India, Malawi, South Africa
Project | Jul - Dec 2012
This study is commissioned by the Norwegian Fredskorpset. and is a review of the co-operation between the Norwegian Band Federation and the Field Band ...
Institutional co-operation, culture, music, South Africa
Edited Book | Jan 2004
This volume examines the political role of courts in new democracies in Latin America and Africa. Are the courts able to hold political power-holders ...
democratisation, judicial power, courts, political questions and judicial power, Africa: South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia., Americas: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Latin America
Edited Book | Jan 2002
Eroding Local Capacity is a critical examination of the interplay between international and local actors operating in the humanitarian arena in Africa. ...
Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
Building the new state of South Sudan: The challenge of the resource curse and the pro-poor agricultural growth
Event | 8 Mar 2012
Dr. Luka Biong Deng gives a talk on the challenges facing the new state of South Sudan, in a presentation of his current work on the so-called "oil-curse" ...
Event | 22 Mar 2006
The founder and executive director of ACCORD, Mr Vasu Gounden, and the programme manager of ACCORD's peace and security unit, Mr Kwezi Mngqibiza, is visiting CMI on March 21 and 22. Their seminar presentation will focus on Africa: Destination for Conflict Resolution or Investment? and the African Union and Conflict Management: Lessons Learnt
Newspaper Op-Ed | Jan 2010
To begivenheter kommer til å prege Afrika i år: fotball-VM i Sør-Afrika, og markeringen av 50 års uavhengighet i flere tidligere ...
nationalism, colonialism, post-colonial history, panafricanism, 2010 World Cup, poverty, economic development strategies, South Africa, China
News | 15 Oct 2013
Every year, millions of children die before reaching the age of five. 85 percent of child-mother fatalities happen in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The new Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC) focus their efforts here.
Journal Article | May 2014
Partnership is the overarching framework for development cooperation, but it has been criticized for furthering priorities of the North, rather than those ...
Gender, Tanzania, Tanzania
Project | Jan 2002 - Dec 2003
This book project investigates the extent to which courts in Latin America and Africa have been able to say 'no' when the executive branch has overstepped ...
Courts, accountability, judiciaries, judicial review, democratisation, , Africa: South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia., Americas: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, USA
Norwegian Aid and Triangular South-South Cooperation. Mapping, analysis and implications for Norwegian knowledge transfer
Report in External Series | Jan 2019
This is a mapping study commissioned by Norad's Knowledge Bank as an input to the preparation of their new approach to South-South cooperation. The study ...
Development Aid, South-South Cooparation, Triangular Cooperation
Democratization and the Judiciary. The Accountability Function of Courts in New Democracies. Special issue of 'Democratization 'vol.10 (2003) no.4
Edited Book | Jan 2003
This special issue examines the political role of courts in new democracies in Latin America and Africa. Are the courts able to hold political power-holders ...
democratisation, judicial power, courts, political questions and judicial power, Latin America, Africa, Colombia, South Africa, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, Tanzania, Zambia
Rural-urban linkages in sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary debates and implications for Kenyan urban workers in the 21st century
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2004
Despite the rapid rate of urbanisation in Africa, most migrants retain links to their rural origins. Many households pursue a circular migration strategy ...
Urbanization, Urban workers, Rural-urban links, Africa South of Sahara, Kenya, Africa: Kenya
From Global Village to Urban Globe. Urbanisation and Poverty in Africa: Implications for Norwegian Aid Policy
CMI Report | Jan 2001
Some 52 per cent of Africa's population are expected to live in towns and cities by 2025. There is generally an unequivocal correlation between urbanisation ...
Development aid, Poverty, Urbanisation, Africa south of Sahara, Africa
Event | 10 May 2012
Peter Vale explores a century of South African international relation from the point of view of cartoons. Cartoonists offer a "sharp eye" on foreign policy.