The project undertook innovative research on content, timing, sequencing and ownership of security transitions from the perspective of conflict stakeholders who have made the shift from state challengers to peace- and state building agents.
Reports-Published dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 05:00
The nature of the relationship between militias, rogue capital, and the state in the Horn of Africa is largely unknown.
Building a Legitimate and Accountable State in South Sudan: Political Dimensions Beyond the Comprehensive Peace Accord
Policymakers and researchers believe that inclusive political settlements are vital to avoiding a relapse into violence in conflict-affected and fragile contexts.