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'The law is just background noise': the politics of land governance in urban Pakistan...
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Understanding industrial parks
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The Global Governed? Refugees as Providers of Protection and Assistance
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Trade unions and collective bargaining in urban labour markets: the case of West Bengal
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Electoral integrity: sub-national India
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Monitoring Marange: human rights surveillance, the Kimberley Process, and Zimbabwe’s blood diamond...
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Politics of citizenship and settlement in Ahmedabad in the aftermath of the 2002 Gujarat riots in...
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Negotiating time use: an inter-generational mixed methods approach to household decision-making on...
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Architectures of Displacement
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Simukai Chigudu
Associate Professor of African Politics
Carmen Contreras Romero
Research Student
Frances Cossar
Research Student
Julie Dayot
Research Student
Cheryl Doss
Senior Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics and Associate Professor
Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy
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Arndt Emmerich
Research Officer, CSIA
Valpy FitzGerald
Professor Emeritus of International Development Finance
Solange Fontana
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22 Nov, 2018
New article co-authored by Ilan Manor explores social media framing of 2014 Gaza War by Israeli MFA
21 Nov, 2018
Nikita Sud wins GCRF grant to explore land use and land sharing in India
15 Nov, 2018
Nikita Sud presents on Indian democracy at FCO South Asia study day
13 Nov, 2018
New article by Emre Eren Korkmaz explores involvement of Turkish immigrant workers in German trade unions
13 Nov, 2018
New article co-authored by Nandini Gooptu explores skill formation and gender in an Indian context
25 Oct, 2018
New article co-authored by Diego Sánchez‐Ancochea explores segmentation in Latin America's social policy
01 Nov, 2018
New article by John Gledhill analyses 'opportunities' as driver of armed conflict
12 Oct, 2018
Douglas Gollin gives keynote at 20th annual BIOECON conference
12 Oct, 2018
New book by alumnus Rajesh Venugopal: Nationalism, Development and Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka

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27 Jun, 2018
'What Europe could learn from the way Africa treats refugees'. Alexander Betts writes for the Guardian
06 Jun, 2018
'The idea is to provoke and in so doing to change the terms of the discussion in a manner that minimises online backlash'. Corneliu Bjola comments in Independent on tweet exchange between Israeli embassy in US and Iran
29 May, 2018
'India to Intensify Scrutiny of Citizens' Social Media, Emails'. Nikita Sud cited in Bloomberg article
26 May, 2018
'Modi gets good grades from economists for 4 years of reforms'. Nikita Sud comments on Modi's performance in Asia Nikkei
15 May, 2018
Karnataka alliance politics: Congress makes alliance offer to JDS. Nikita Sud comments on elections in southern Indian state of Karnataka
03 May, 2018
'Cambridge Analytica’s closure is a pyrrhic victory for data privacy'. Ivan Manokha writes for The Conversation
22 Apr, 2018
'If the "Sufi saint" supports a particular electoral candidate he's got thousands of votes in his pocket already'. Adeel Malik interviewed on BBC Radio 4's ‘Sunday’ programme about elections in Pakistan and the role of 'pirs', holy men claiming descent from Sufi saints.
20 Apr, 2018
'In India the female body is a territorial and political battleground'. Nikita Sud writes for The Wire on the Kathua rape and murder case
16 Apr, 2018
'Are rape cases being politicised in India?'. Nikita Sud takes part in Al Jazeera panel discussion

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