Current affiliation: Peace Research Institute OsloSubject speciality: 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:Not available
What factors explain attacks on humanitarian aid workers? Most research has either tended to describe trends rather than analyse the reasons underl...
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