Economics of Conflict
This report from the Carnegie Middle East Center calls for greater collaboration between the private sector, the government, and civil society organizations, in order to avert an economic crisis and promote growth, stability, and the consolidation of democracy in Egypt.
In this paper, Samuel Bazzi and Chris Blattman use data evidence to show the effect of rising commodity prices on conflict.
In this paper from Stabiltiy, Gary K. Busch breaks down the logistics of the recent crisis in the Sahel.
Still Digging: Extractive Industries, Resource Curses, and Transnational Governance in the Anthropocene
In this paper from the Transatlantic Academy, Stacy VanDeever discusses resource competition in the Anthropocene.
This report from the ACSS outlines the necessary reforms to deal with the social, economic and political challenges resulting from narco-trafficking in Guinea-Bissau.
Development stakeholders need to invest more in understanding local realities, politics and power. This report from IDS proposes a 'new deal' based on concepts of entrustment and brokerage to help them do so.
This report from the Rights and Resources Initiative provides perspective on the financial risk of land tenure.
In its latest report the International Crisis Group, examines the situation in CAR following a coup by the Seleka rebel coalition in March 2013 that ended François Bozizé’s decade-old rule and plunged the nation into crisis.
This report from the Enough Project documents new evidence that the Lord’s Resistance Army has turned to elephant poaching as a means to fuel its atrocities.
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