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Project | Jan 2008 - Dec 2010
Parliamentary elections will be held in Angola in 2008, as the first elections since 1992. There are now almost 100 political parties registered in Angola, ...
Angola, democratization, political parties
Institutionalizing the pro-democracy movements: the case of Zambia's movement for multiparty democracy
Journal Article | Nov 2011
In this contribution the challenges of political opposition is addressed through a focus on the problems of institutionalizing parties and party systems ...
democracy, party institutionalization, economic and political liberalization, , sub-Saharan Africa, Zambia
Women and the remaking of politics in Southern Africa: Negotiating autonomy, incorporation and representation
Book | Jan 2004
African women have a long history of political involvement. Yet, the fervour with which they participated in anti-colonial struggles and supported national ...
Women, Politics, Women's role, Liberation, Africa: South Africa., Southern Africa
The politics of complexity in Bodoland: the interplay of contentious politics, the production of collective identities and elections in Assam
Journal Article | Jan 2016
The politics of complexity in Bodoland: the interplay of contentious politics, the production of col
Edited Book | Sep 2016
About two decades ago, in Malawi, the issue of the numbers of women in politics was not newsworthy. Few stakeholders showed any concern about the low ...
Journal Article | Jan 2016
Studies have found that politically deprived groups are more likely to rebel. However, does rebellion increase the likelihood of achieving political rights? ...
Report in External Series | Jan 1998
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Book Chapter | Jan 2015
This anthology explores the political nature of making order through policing activities in densely populated spaces across Africa, Asia and Latin America. ...
The comprehensive peace agreement in the Sudan: Institutional developments and political trends in focus areas
Sudan Working Paper | May 2009
The Sudan is a vast and varied country in terms of its geography and people, defining its social and political relations from the colonial era through ...
Book Chapter | Mar 2008
This chapter analyses the role of the Ugandan legislature in changing the rules of the political game. It discusses the successful move to change ...
Uganda, Parliament, Elections, Political institutions
CMI Working Paper | Aug 2008
Parliamentary elections were held in Angola on 5th September 2008, as the first elections in the country since 1992. There were 138 political parties ...
Angola, Elections, Political Parties, Election System
Project | Feb - Dec 2010
National procurement systems handle a substantial share of total government expenditures in most countries. If the public procurement systems in poorer ...
procurement, political economy analysis
Turnaround: The national resistance movement and the reintroduction of a multiparty system in Uganda
Journal Article | Apr 2009
This article addresses the process behind the decision of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) to reintroduce multiparty politics in Uganda. Restrictions ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2004
The courts in Malawi have played a prominent role in political life since the democratic transition in 1993, which came about after three decades of repressive ...
Elections, Courts, Democratization, Malawi, Africa: Malawi
Project | Jan - Dec 2006
In 2001 CMI and Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen collaborated around the establishment of a new research programme, Political ...
Democratic institutionalisation, the judiciary, the parliament, political parties, electoral administration, elections, Zambia, Uganda and Malawi
Report in External Series | Nov 2017
This report is an integrated political economy analysis of Nepal. The main finding is that economic growth and poverty reduction have been steady in Nepal ...
News | 10 Nov 2015
The US military strike that devastated the MSF hospital in Kunduz in northern Afghanistan on 3 October generated profound, if short-lived, outrage in much of the world. The US government promised an investigation, and in late October appointed a military panel to do so. Yet its investigation is unlikely to address the more fundamental questions this attack raises: Why have US-airstrikes repeatedly produced catastrophic cases of “collateral damage” in Afghanistan?
Journal Article | Jan 1979
Politics of food and famine in Bangladesh Rehman Sobhan Economic and Political Weekly Asia: Bangla
Project | Jan 2014 - Dec 2016
The primary project objective is to better understand what promotes women's participation in politics in Malawi, and the possible effects of women's participation ...
Democratisation, participation, gender, Malawi
Journal Article | Jan 2020
There is a paradox: why are there so many political and economic Islamic actors in the Middle East but not a large willingness on their part to adopt ...