Reports, Research and Publications
inverts the standard trope that the vast majority of African conflicts are internal and not inter-state. It captures how Africa has seen very high levels of external support in ‘civil wars’, as well as many low-intensity violent confrontations between states. Key insights appear in occasional paper, policy memo, and academic journal article.
Special issue of African Security Review, (Volume 26, Issue 2, April/May 2017) with six scholarly papers based on research that supported the Report and written by Mulugeta Gebrehiwot (two), Sarah Detzner, Alex de Waal, Dawit Yohannes Wondemagegnehu and Daniel Gebreegziabher Kebede, and Tatiana Carayannis and Mignonne Fowlis.
Special issue of International Peacekeeping (Volume 4, Issue 4, July 2017), with five scholarly papers, written by Mulugeta Gebrehiwot, Solomon Dersso, Bridget Conley, Allard Duursma and Ann Fitz-Gerald
Expert authors were commissioned to draft papers on cross-cutting themes and in-depth case studies. Below are a list of the research papers, with links to summaries, where available. Summaries of most the papers are available as pdf downloads. The full papers will be published separately in journals and other collections.