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Book Chapter | Jan 2017
The deadliest proxy war in Lebanon is that between Bab al-Tabbaneh (Sunni) and Jabal Mohsen (Alawite), two neighbourhoods in downtown Tripoli. The conflict ...
micro-conflict, civil-miltary relations, , Lebanon
Report in External Series | Jan 1989
The War in Angola: Internal Conditions for Peace and Recovery Inge Tvedten Current African Issues
Book | Jan 1997
After more than twenty years of devastating civil war, Angola is slowly moving toward peace and reconciliation. In this accessible introduction to one ...
Journal Article | Dec 2016
This (open access) article furthers the study of post-civil war memorialisation in Lebanon by analysing the trajectory of the late Prime Minister Rafik ...
Lebanon, martyrs, Rafik Harir, post-civil war
Journal Article | Sep 2007
This paper examines the post-war reconstruction programme in Afghanistan, arguing that it contains the seeds of radical social change. The paper analyses ...
post-war reconstruction, , Afghanistan
Project | Jun 2009 - May 2012
This project aims at improving our understanding of the implications of introducing power-sharing arrangements in post-war multi-ethnic states – ...
Explaining Variation in Violence After Civil war: A Comparative Analysis of Angola (2002-2009) and the Democratic Republic of Congo (2003-2010)
Doctoral Thesis | Jan 2013
Explaining Variation in Violence After Civil war: A Comparative Analysis of Angola (2002-2009) and
Peacebuilding, postwar violence, collective violence. War duration, no. of factions, conflict settlement. Amnesties, prosecutions, ICC. Elections, economic growth, regional neighborhood. Statebuilding, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Book Chapter | Jan 2000
This is a country profile of the Democratic Republic of Congo, published in the 2000-2001 yearbook of the Norwegian Council for Africa (in Norwegian). ...
Project | Aug 2006 - Dec 2008
The ending of wars is often followed by continued or new forms of violence in the affected states. Such violence, whether associated with ex-combatants, ...
peacebuilding, violence, armed conflict, post-war reconstruction, Angola, DR Congo, Afghanistan, Lebanon
Book Chapter | Mar 2009
Democratizing a dependent state: The case of Afghanistan Astri Suhrke War and democratization. Leg
Project | Jan 2003 - Jun 2005
The project examines factors shaping the implementation of peace agreements and the effects of strategies for social, economic and political (re-)construction ...
post-war reconstruction, development assistance, peacekeeping, peacebuilding, democratisation, Africa: Mozambique, Rwanda., Americas: Guatemala
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1992
This study was prepared for a joint ILO/UNHCR meeting in Geneva, May 1992, on international aid strategies to reduce emigration pressures. The paper analyses ...
Refugees, International politics, Social conflicts, International conflicts
Report in External Series | Sep 2008
What does social science literature tell us about economic incentives for peacebuilding? A variety of such incentives exists in post-civil war situations. ...
economic incentives, peacebuilding, statebuilding, foreign aid, reparations, DDR, aid coordination
Book Chapter | Jan 2002
This is a profile of the Central African region, published in the 2002-2003 yearbook of the Norwegian Council for Africa (in Norwegian). The article focuses ...
CMI Insight | Nov 2014
Lebanon is straining under the fallout from the Syrian civil war amidst catering for one million refugees. Can the Lebanese Armed Forces contain the crisis ...
Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF), civil-military relations, deeply-divided societies, multi-confessional armies, Lebanon, Syria
Peacebuilding and Democratic Consolidation in Post-War Guatemala: A Comparative Assessment of the Impact of Civil-Military Reforms in the Peace Accords
Master's Thesis | Dec 2007
This thesis seeks to combine institutional peacebuilding theory and democratization theory in order to understand the process and the result of the implementation ...
Journal Article | Jan 2002
The article explores how the exploitation of mineral resources such as diamonds contributed to prolonging the armed conflict that broke out in the Democratic ...
Natural resources, diamonds, duration of war, armed conflict, DR Congo, Great Lakes region
Journal Article | Jul 2019
Humanitarian wars are a primary means of globally affirming a specific model of humanity, built according to the cultural, moral, and economic standards ...
Angola Brief | Jun 2011
Angolan politics is usually explained with reference to the country’s long and devastating civil war. The postponed elections, the domination of ...
Book Chapter | Jan 1994
Towards a comprehensive refugee policy: Conflict and refugees in the post-Cold War world Astri Suhr