The department is a lively community that is recognised internationally as one of the top centres for research and teaching in development studies.
The study of specific developing countries and regions underpins our empirical enquiry into our four research themes.
How the 'real' refugee is created and contested: inequalities, governmentality and agenc...research_project54
Market power: traders, farmers, and the politics of class-making in Pakistani Punjabresearch_project54
Explaining changes in Palestinian and Israeli opinions towards a peace settlementresearch_project51
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'Buhari's first 100 days: does Nigerian president mean business?'. Zainab Usman writes for CNN21 May, 2015
'Escaping the Middle East’s Violence Trap'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Project Syndicate19 May, 2015
'Challenging the Syrian state: using information systems to document human-rights violations'. Ali Ali writes for Open Democracy03 Apr, 2015
‘Double Take - How does education affect politics in Africa?’. Dan Hodgkinson writes for Democracy In Africa16 Jan, 2015
'Africa's oil shock'. Zainab Usman examines how falling oil prices will affect the continent's economic transformation aspirations for Aljazeera16 Oct, 2014
'Can stunting be reversed? Yes, and Peru is showing us how'. Andreas Georgiadis writes for the Guardian02 Sep, 2014
'Conflict and Development in the Middle East'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Huffington Post12 Aug, 2014
'Obama's Africa summit: too little, too late?'. Zainab Usman writes for Aljazeera01 Jun, 2014
'Gang rapes and political imagination in India'. Adil Hossain writes for Fair Observer