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Research report

11th October 2023
Community-led research from the Uganda / Kenya border helps explain why pastoralists in Turkana and Karamoja continue to carry guns. It argues for a n...

Podcast

1st September 2023
How does the global push for aid localisation apply to the research sector? In this podcast, The Asia Foundation, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle ...

Blog

28th June 2023
Dr. Shidiki Abubakar Ali is part of the research team working on the XCEPT project, Promoting Peaceful Pastoralism. As part of this project, he has be...

Briefing paper

15th June 2023
This paper focuses on the potential for a regionalization of the conflict between the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), inc...

Event

13th June 2023
On 13 and 14 June 2023, XCEPT hosted a workshop in Nairobi that brought together policymakers, researchers and practitioners to consider research and ...

Briefing paper

10th May 2023
This paper explores the origins and the political and military objectives of the two main internal actors in Sudan’s ongoing conflict – the Sudanese A...

Blog

19th April 2023
The supply chain of a seemingly innocuous cash crop – sesame – has intersected with transnational conflict dynamics, exacerbating tensions between Eth...

Research report

19th April 2023
This report examines how cross-border tensions and interlinked crises in Ethiopia and Sudan jeopardize security and development in those countries and...

Blog

29th March 2023
This article assesses the reason for the high levels of irregular migration from Nigeria, arguing that the cause is socio-economic, reinforced by the ...

Blog

29th March 2023
Progress on Sudan’s democratic transition has gained momentum and a solution may be in sight. International pressure is essential to reach an agreemen...

Research report

29th March 2023
This report explores how marginalised borderland communities in Sudan and Ethiopia are using regional inter-state tensions to negotiate support.

Research report

23rd February 2023
In Sudan, the revolutionary upsurge of 2018/2019 signalled the implosion of the country’s postcolonial political order. This paper – part of a series ...

Podcast

23rd January 2023
In this podcast The Asia Foundation, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center, the Rift Valley Institute, and their local research partners dis...

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