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  • Leading Theories of State Formation | Blog post #3 by Prof. Michael Pugh, Research Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Bradford - Blogs: Justice & Peace

    This debate tries to gain more insights into contemporary questions around state formation, including: What are considered the leading theories of state formation and state failure? To what extent...

  • Climate change interventions as a source of conflict, competing claims and new mobilities

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    Organized by Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

    Themes: Stability and development

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  • PhD Defence Nora Stel

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    Themes: Governance and politics

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  • Big Cities: Sources of and Approaches to Urban Insecurities in Fragile Contexts

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    Organized by Secretariat of the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule...

    Themes: Justice and security

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  • This policy report is the end product of a six-month research project that focuses on bottom-up female-led initiatives in the realms of local governance, social services, and security in Northern Syria, referred to... Read more

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