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28 February 2019

Palestine and Rule of Power: Local Dissent vs. International Governance

A new volume published by Palgrave Macmillan addresses issues of resistance, steadfastness and mobilisation against settler colonialism and repression in Palestine. Alaa Tartir, affiliated with the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) and Department of Anthropology and Sociology of Development, tells us more about Palestine and Rule of Power: Local Dissent vs....
31 January 2019

Sustaining Peace in Cities

Considering the increasing risk of urban conflict and insecurity, a recent Routledge volume edited by Achim Wennmann and Oliver Jütersonke, from the CCDP, provides new perspectives on sustaining peace...

30 October 2018

Congo: A State Ecosystem

The “postcolonial African state” is still generally seen through the lens of state failure and fragility within International Relations. In her PhD thesis, Stéphanie Perazzone presents alternative narratives....

16 October 2018

Urban security, reconfigured?

Urban security evolves differently across different geographic, political, and cultural contexts. It is informed by different logics and can produce different effects both within and across boundaries....

21 August 2018

The United Nations’ Role in Arms Control and Disarmament

In “Arms Control and Disarmament”, his contribution to the second edition of the Oxford Handbook of the United Nations (Oxford University Press), Keith Krause, Professor of International Relations and...