- Burundi, I, and the year of 2015, by Gudrun Sif Fridriksdottir
- The Ties that Bind: Ex-Military Command Structures as a Foundation for Peace or Source for Insecurity? by Anders Themnér
- Closed fists of Ebola, by Diana Szántó
- A Burkina Faso where “nothing should be as before”: presidential and legislative elections in perspective By Sten Hagberg
- Bujumbura Burning, Part II: Misrepresentations of the Burundian Crisis and their Consequences, by Jesper Bjarnesen
- “We Are With You” – Musicians and the 2016 general elections in Uganda, by Nanna Schneidermann
- “Rogue, Rogue, Rogue…” – Marketscapes, Criminality and Society in Liberia’s Postwar Borderlands, by Richard Akum
- Zanzibar in trouble?
Monthly Archives: July 2012
“We will be victorious” is a famous statement made by the former Ivorian Youth Minister Charles Ble Goude before the elections in Ivory Coast in 2011. This statement soon became iconic when the group Les Galliets adopted it as an … Continue reading
Review of Christine Ryan: Children of War: Child Soldiers as Victims and Participants in the Sudan Civil War
Christine Ryan; Children of War: Child Soldiers as Victims and Participants in the Sudan Civil War. I.B. Tauris 2012, ISBN 978-1-78076-017-9 There is quite a lot written about child soldiers in rebel wars in particular on the African continent. As … Continue reading
Richard Mallett has reviewed our book African Conflicts and Informal Power (Zed books 2012).
“As a final observation, African Conflicts and Informal Power is perhaps above all else a testament to the strength and value of well executed…, in-depth qualitative research in expanding and refining our understanding of the drivers, nature and consequences of war. Whether the approach be ethnography or political sociology, this volume demonstrates why robust qualitative inquiry is so indispensable when it comes to deciphering conflict and discovering what is really there.”
Post-Kaddafi repercussions in the Sahel: the Mali emergency, questions of radicalization and emerging West African discourses of “clashing civilizations”
In western media there has over the last days been an uproar against Ansar Dine who are seen destroying world heritage sites in Timbuktu. Destroying buildings give more attention than killing people in Northern Mali and it is far from … Continue reading