Current affiliation: Peace Research Institute OsloSubject: Development StudiesPrimary location: Norway
Published in:Conflict Security and DevelopmentPublication date:2011-03-01
Federations promise to provide autonomous,
representative governance that is flexible
enough to overcome potential internal
conflict resulting from...
Published in:Conflict Security and DevelopmentPublication date:2011-07-01
Responding to recent critiques, foreign aid
organisations are increasingly ‘going local’ in
their operations in order to integrate local
Published in:International Area Studies ReviewPublication date:2016-03-01
Ahmedabad is often called an Indian ‘success story’ in terms of economic urbanization, but it is also highly segregated along religious and caste l...
Published in:SSRN Electronic JournalPublication date:2015-01-01
What factors explain attacks on humanitarian aid workers? Most research has either tended to describe trends rather than analyse the reasons underl...
Published in:SSRN Electronic JournalPublication date:2014-01-01
The new 'Business For Peace' (B4P) paradigm urges multinational corporations (MNCs) to enter conflict zones and fragile post-conflict environments ...
Published in:Strategic AnalysisPublication date:2008-05-16
Published in:Strategic AnalysisPublication date:2007-12-12
Published in:SAIS ReviewPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Foreign Policy AnalysisPublication date:2008-10-01
Published in:Politics Religion & IdeologyPublication date:2012-12-01
War, business, and democracy can intersect in complex ways. In India, mining companies operate throughout a war zone between the government and a M...
Published in:Dialectical AnthropologyPublication date:2009-10-27
Military counterinsurgencies can intensify wars by exacerbating the very violence and attacks upon civilian populations that they are meant to temp...
Published in:Strategic AnalysisPublication date:2014-07-04
The stunted and stumbling progress of the ‘liberal peace’ philosophy since 1990 tells a complex story. In this article, I give a history of the lib...
Published in:Review of International StudiesPublication date:2016-03-03
After the ‘CNN effect’ concept was coined two decades ago, it quickly became a popular shorthand to understand media-conflict interactions. Althoug...
Published in:International Area Studies ReviewPublication date:2012-06-01
Published in:Journal of Peace ResearchPublication date:2007-09-01
Published in:Journal of Peace ResearchPublication date:2008-09-01
Published in:Journal of Peace ResearchPublication date:2009-03-01
Published in:SSRN Electronic JournalPublication date:2016-01-01