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Working paper

17th May 2024
Understanding the effectiveness of peacekeeping operations is critical. This paper unpacks the key question: why are some operations successful while ...

Research report

16th May 2024
In their latest report, Conciliation Resources argue that locally based understanding of the roots and manifestations of violence, and of the foundati...

Research report

30th April 2024
This XCEPT research paper from Chatham House explores how the sector has become entangled in local and transnational conflict, and how policymakers ne...

Research report

25th April 2024
New research by David Mansfield and Alcis explores the extent to which the Taliban has concentrated power in the hands of Pashtun fighters and how the...

Research report

23rd April 2024
New research by Bodhi Global Analysis examines the gendered dimensions of the climate-conflict nexus in two cross-border conflict systems: the Mandera...

Research report

19th April 2024
A new report by Rift Valley Institute explores the impact of the devastating war in Sudan on the country’s neighbours.


Governing at the margins: A patchwork of policies and practi...

31st August 2023
Six years after the forced displacement of over a million Rohingya people from Myanmar, the day-to-day support required by Rohingya refugees and humanitarian actors in Bangladesh remains a challenge for the country’s government.

Briefing paper

26th March 2024
This policy brief by Bodhi Global Analysis presents key findings and policy implications of research on the gendered dimensions of the climate-conflic...


21st March 2024
In Lebanon, the plotlines and entanglements portrayed on the small screen echo the truth of corrupt systems that work against the everyday Lebanese po...

Briefing paper

5th January 2024
This new policy briefing summarises research led by communities on the Uganda–Kenya border.


2nd January 2024
In post-conflict settings like Mosul, Iraq, heritage restoration is a nuanced and ever-evolving process, where shared cultural foundations amidst conf...


11th December 2023
Do natural shocks increase insurgent-perpetrated violence against civilians?

Research report

31st October 2023
Checkpoints have implications for different forms of trade that exist in Jubaland state and between Jubaland and Kenya. This report explores the polit...


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