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Living with violence: institutions, networks and social processes
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UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and (in)Security: addressing sexual violence a...
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A multidimensional approach to understanding Chinese HIV civil organisations
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Seed security and agro-biodiversity in eastern Ethiopia
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Model or mirage? 'Good governance' solutions and the politics of reform in Ghana’s oil i...
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Industrial cluster relocation: intra- and extra-cluster linkages using social network analysis...
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University-firm technology transfer in Chile: panel data and case study analysis
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Power and accumulation in food grain markets: a case study of the Pakistani Punjab
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Landscapes of liberalisation
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James Simpson
Research Student
Nikita Sud
Associate Professor of Development Studies
Miles Blessing Tendi
Departmental Lecturer in African History and Politics
Patrick Thewlis
Quantitative Research Assistant, CSIA
Rosemary Thorp
Reader Emeritus in Development Economics
Zainab Usman
Research Student
Luis Vargas Faulbaum
Research Student (PRS)
Leila Vignal
Marie Curie Fellow, RSC
Matthew Willner-Reid
Research Student

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06 Oct, 2015
‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala
08 Sep, 2015
'Gujarat: a development model for all India?'. Nikita Sud Interviewed by Austria's Radio Ö1
04 Sep, 2015
'Buhari's first 100 days: does Nigerian president mean business?'. Zainab Usman writes for CNN
21 May, 2015
'Escaping the Middle East’s Violence Trap'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Project Syndicate
03 Apr, 2015
‘Double Take - How does education affect politics in Africa?’. Dan Hodgkinson writes for Democracy In Africa
16 Jan, 2015
'Africa's oil shock'. Zainab Usman examines how falling oil prices will affect the continent's economic transformation aspirations for Aljazeera
16 Oct, 2014
'Can stunting be reversed? Yes, and Peru is showing us how'. Andreas Georgiadis writes for the Guardian
02 Sep, 2014
'Conflict and Development in the Middle East'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Huffington Post
12 Aug, 2014
'Obama's Africa summit: too little, too late?'. Zainab Usman writes for Aljazeera

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