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Project | Jan 2005 - Aug 2012
This PhD project analyzes why countries that recently have had a civil war experience different levels of collective violence in the postwar period. It ...
peacebuilding, civil war, postwar violence, Angola, DR Congo
Report in External Series | Aug 2019
Afghan paramilitary forces working with the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have long been a staple in the US war on terrorism in Afghanistan ...
Project | Sep 2004 - Dec 2005
This project is on the integration of armed groups in peace processes, focusing on how various types of armed groups - in terms of their embeddedness ...
Peacebuilding, Demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration, Social embeddedness, Afghanistan and Guatemala
Report in External Series | Jan 2019
This brief analyses Salafism as an urban phenomenon, with an emphasis on the contentious period following the Syrian uprising turned civil war (2011–present). ...
Project | Jan 2005 - Dec 2007
An analysis of post-war Afghanistan with a focus on internationally-supported efforts to build a central state and related reconstruction efforts.
peacebuilding, post-conflict, afghanistan, reconstruction, statebuilding, Afghanistan
Master's student in political science focusing on post-war politics, governance and democracy.
CMI Working Paper | Sep 2015
This CMI Working Paper focuses on the relationship between the military, civilian governments and civilian populations in Mexico. It highlights key dynamics ...
Civil-military relations, security politics, war on drugs, Mexico
Ethiopian state support to insurgency in Southern Sudan from 1962 to 1983: local, regional and global connections
Journal Article | Sep 2014
During the 1960s and 1970s, the Government of Ethiopia supplied Southern Sudanese insurgents with arms, training and political support. This support has ...
Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan
CMI Working Paper | Dec 2011
While democracy is commonly believed to reduce corruption, there are obvious endogeneity problems in measuring the impact of democracy on corruption. This ...
Democracy, corruption, conflict, endogeneity, Bangladesh
Journal Article | Jan 2005
A recent report by the World Bank reiterates the widely-held view that donor agencies commit large amounts of funding in the immediate post-conflict phase, ...
postwar aid, conflict, reconstruction, peacebuilding
Report in External Series | Apr 2014
While the crisis in South Sudan that started in December 2013 was triggered by a power struggle in the ruling party (SPLM), the causes for the rapid breakdown ...
Research Professor, Coordinator
Humanitarianism and Borders;Anthropologist with interest in legal anthropology, freedom, war, humanitarianism
Legal anthropology, War, Humanitarianism, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Middle East
Edited Book | Jan 2005
The past two decades have witnessed the end of several civil wars and authoritarian regimes. In a period shaped by the ideal of democratisation, in which ...
Reconciliation, UN, transitional justice, Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sierra Leone., Asia: Cambodia, East Timor., Europe: Bosnia and Herzegovina., Americas: Argentina, El Salvador
Political sociologist whose research interests include war and state formation, government-backed militias, masculinities and marriage practices in Afghanistan
Gender, Humanitarianism, Afghanistan
Report in External Series | Nov 2007
During the last decade, an increasing share of foreign aid has been provided to countries coming out of civil war or experiencing severe conflict. Most ...
Book Chapter | Jan 2017
The Syrian civil war has displaced more than one million Syrians as refugees in Lebanon. Lebanon has not set up formal camps, but instituted a “non–camp” ...
displacement, refugees, camps, non-camp, Lebanon, Syria
Book Chapter | Jan 2017
Multi-confessional armies are often seen as being weak and prone to disintegration. The Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) is a case in point. From its inception ...
Lebanon, civil-miliary relations, army, urban conflict, deeply-divided societies
Angola Brief | Dec 2012
This article argues that Angola’s “golden age” of tremendous post-war growth (2002-2008) has come to an end. Growth will at best be ...
CMI Brief | Jan 2006
After 9/11 and following terrorist attacks a new problem has presented itself with great force: How can Western states - like Norway - guarantee fair ...
Human rights, asylum, terrorists
Book Chapter | Jan 2004
A large number of Afghans have now been refugees for more than 23 years. Some have never seen their homeland and some have repeatedly been forced to leave ...
Refugees, Forced migration, Asia: Afghanistan