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Journal Article | Jan 2015
This article discusses Isabel Hofmeyr's Gandhi's Printing Press: Experiments in Slow Reading. It highlights the many ways in which the rise of the printing ...
Event | 10 Nov 2014
Everyday Maneuvers held a one-day workshop with CMI researcher and invited collaborative researchers Emma Jørum (Uppsala University), Annika Rabo (Stockholm University) and Heather McRobie (Oxford University). The main focus for the event was scholarly discussions about transitional justice in the Middle East, presentation of student projects, and planning forward.
Book | Jan 2009
This book tells a different story about water. Against the backdrop of the end of the Ottoman Empire to the Palestinian uprisings, old Palestinian women ...
News | 30 Jun 2014
- Policy makers and their decisions matter much more than a supposed resource curse, says Ricardo Soares de Oliveira. As East Africa booms with oil, he urges international actors and donors to repoliticise the international reform and financial agenda.
Event | 31 May 2013
During the last couple of years there has been a series of seminar on the events related to the "Arab spring" in Yemen, Syria, Tunisia and Egypt ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2004
The Indonesian General Elections 2004 were the largest and most complicated elections ever observed by the EU. With apparent logistical and technical ...
Journal Article | May 2015
The article discusses the political effect of print media liberalization in Kuwait based on content analysis of Arabic language newspapers in the 2009 ...
CMI Brief | Sep 2011
This brief argues that even a successful reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah will fall short of providing the leadership the Palestinians need. ...
Palestine, elites, Hamas, Fatah, PLO, Middle East
Event | 24 Nov 2006
On Friday 24 November Research Director Odd-Helge Fjeldstad defended his doctoral thesis (disputas) "Tax evasion and fiscal corruption. Essays on compliance and tax administrative practices in East and South Africa" at NHH.
Africa: South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda
Project | Jan 2019 - Dec 2022
In 2015, more than one million migrants reached Europa in the largest movement of peoples since WWII. To prevent this, the EU and Schengen ...
Migration, Refugees, Middle East, humanitarianism, refugee camp, , Middle East, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Turkey
Tax Evasion and Fiscal Corruption. Essays on Compliance and Tax Administrative Practices in East and South Africa
Doctoral Thesis | Jan 2006
Tax evasion and corruption in the tax administration hit developing countries hard. The purpose of this thesis is to shed light on these phenomena in ...
Taxation, Tax evasion, Corruption, Tax administration, Africa: South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda
UMOJA and the Maputo Festival. Midterm review of the UMOJA Cultural Flying Carpet and the Maputo Festival
CMI Report | Jan 2015
This review was commissioned by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Maputo. The Terms of Reference (ToR) for the study says that the team shall visit ...
Tribal representation & local land governance in India: A case study from the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya
CMI Working Paper | Apr 2017
In India, the Schedule Tribes have remained on the fringes of growth, but less so in the majority tribal areas of the North East. This has increased the ...
tribal areas, Sixth Schedule, rights of ownership, Meghalaya, Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, Shillong township, Mowtari Mowlang village, India
Event | 20 May 2010
On 20th May 2007, fighting broke out between the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and a new militia group calling itself Fatah al-Islam based in Nahr el-Bared, a Palestinian refugee camp near Tripoli, North Lebanon. After 15-weeks of intense bombardment, the camp was reduced to rubble and more than 30,000 residents made homeless. Despite plans to rebuild the ruined camp, the displaced families live under dire conditions and face an uncertain future.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2000
This Working Paper describes the economic growth rate and patterns in Sri Lanka during the 1990s, showing the interrelationship between uneven sectorial ...
Asia: Sri Lanka
U4 Brief | Jun 2012
This U4 Brief extracts lessons from recent Ugandan experiences with conservation areas and corruption. A case involving the World Bank/Global Environment ...
Corruption, Anti-corruption, REDD+, Conservation, Uganda
Event | 7 Sep 2007
Taking a fresh look at the refugee problem and examining Palestinian refugee exile and alienation from historical, social, cultural and legal perspectives.
Project | Mar - Dec 2003
The purpose of this study is to contribute towards, and to advance, the process of policy change in Uganda with respect to local government taxation. ...
CMI Report | Jan 1998
This report, commissioned by Save the Children, Norway, discusses the impact of international sanctions on children's situation in Iraq and Burundi. The ...
Economic sanctions, Children's rights, Children, Iraq, Burundi, Africa: Burundi., Middle East: Iraq
Event | 30 Sep 2015
Military-civilian relationships go to the heart of a nation's culture and politics. Dr. Hazem Kandil from Cambridge University discusses Military, Security, and Politics in Regime Change. Prof. Catherine Lutz from Brown University will explore Military Power in Social Context. There will also be panel debates and young scholars' corner.