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The study of specific developing countries and regions underpins our empirical enquiry into our four research themes.

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The politics of the Syrian refugee crisis
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‘State of Emergency’: The politics of Zimbabwe’s cholera outbreak, 2008-2009
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Valuation struggles in the Ecuadorian Amazon
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Agricultural development, mechanization and rental markets: theory and empirics from Ghana and Eth...
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The political economy of economic diversification in Nigeria
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Non-state actors and state building in divided societies: the case of Libya (1939-1970)
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Digital diaspora diplomacy
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Refugee youth: agency and aspiration
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Refugee economies in Uganda: creating new market-based opportunities
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Fulya Memisoglu
Research Officer, The Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Abdul Raufu Mustapha
Associate Professor of African Politics
Alejandro Olayo Mendez
Research Student
Oliver Owen
ESRC Future Research Leaders Fellow
Robtel Neajai Pailey
Senior Research Officer, Migrants in Countries in Crisis, IMI
Shannon Philip
Research Student
Kirsten Pontalti
Research Student
Carlos Quembo
Research Student
Elizabeth Rahman
ESRC GCRF Fellow

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23 Jul, 2016
'The Gujarat model: what violence in the name of cow protection tells us about BJP's caste politics'. Nikita Sud writes for scoll.in
18 Jul, 2016
'The UN had to go, but is Liberia really prepared for peace?'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes in The Conversation
18 Jul, 2016
'Why a hashtag Isn’t enough for a revolution in Zimbabwe'. Miles Tendi writes on social media activism in Zimbabwe in Foreign Policy
15 Jun, 2016
'Why it is crucial to locate the "African" in African Studies'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes in The Conversation
10 Jun, 2016
'China should continue to invest in science and technology'. Xiaolan Fu interviewed by China Daily
08 Jun, 2016
'To transform Africa’s economies, African companies matter too'. Zainab Usman writes in The Conversation
01 Jun, 2016
'Understanding rape: what India can teach Brazil'. Nikita Sud comments on Radio France
01 Jun, 2016
'Understanding rape: what India can teach Brazil'. Nikita Sud comments on Radio France
25 Apr, 2016
'Africa needs smart macroeconomic policies to navigate headwinds'. Christopher Adam writes for The Conversation

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