conflict

22 Jan, 2019

In conversation with Ruben Andersson

MSc students Anne Schnitzer and Emrah Celik recently interviewed Professor Ruben Andersson, who teaches on the MSc in Migration...

17 May, 2018

The study of peace and conflict: in need of (intellectual) insurgency?

Peter Wallensteen, a leading scholar of peace and conflict, has suggested that ‘...

20 Apr, 2018

A Congolese space of aid: reflections from national staff

Myfanwy: I have recently returned from North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where I was conducting fieldwork with the aim of understanding how humanitarian organisations have...

06 Mar, 2017

Does the way wars end affect post-conflict development?

What happens when a war ends? Is it back to business as usual? Does economic growth resume? What about the distribution of incomes and the impact on human wellbeing? These are the questions we have explored...

29 Jan, 2016

‘Am I going to eat peace?’ – the politics of redistribution and recognition in women’s peace activism

Global feminism is often seen as a progressive and emancipatory movement emanating from the West and fostering radical politics elsewhere in the world. Such a view is not only ethnocentric but, critically,...

18 Sep, 2015

Beyond political violence in Burundi: an economy in crisis

Burundi may have slipped from the world’s attention, but the crisis that erupted last May when President Nkurunziza announced that he would seek a third term is far from being resolved. Most commentators...