“I think it’s a continuity of the system, since the heads are the heads of the old system that was rejected by the population. Moreover, it’s empty political programmes, so here we talk about things that are unachievable with our economy, it’s like selling dreams to little kids.”1 These are the words of a young […]
Reflecting on the Role of Regional and International Interventions in Resolving the Post-coup Crisis in Sudan
Assessing the role played by external actors in resolving the post-coup crisis in Sudan.
Attempting to contextualise Zimbabwe’s complex history of political conflict while providing an analysis of reconciliation and nation-building attempts since 1980.
Investigating whether Ethiopia’s political system divides rather than unites people by creating mutual suspicion and instituted ethnic dynamics.
Examining the role of women’s organisations in conflict resolution in a country marked by prolonged, systemic political crises.
Discussing community-based natural resource management mechanisms from the perspectives of environmental governance and democratic values.
Examining two recent case studies – Kashmir and Cameroon – where communications shutdowns have led to violent conflict.