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Conflict, Security & Development Research Group

Conflict, Security and Development Research Group (CSDRG) Projects

Through its focus on the linkages between conflict, security and development, the research activities of CSDRG touch upon a wide range of issues with far-reaching societal causes and implications. Areas of current and recent research include, inter alia, the political economy of civil wars; atrocities and violence during war; humanitarian aid and armed conflict; contemporary warfare in Africa; the United Nations and civil violence; children and armed conflict; rethinking ‘state collapse’ and the international administration of war-torn territories. Although the geographical focus covered by members of CSDRG is wide, Africa stands out as an area of special research interest and expertise. Developments in Iraq and Afghanistan have also been given special attention by members of the group.

Current projects

For details of each of the below projects please follow this link: Current Conflict, Security & Development Group Projects

      • Atrocities and Violence During War
      • Burundi Defence Review: Lessons Identified
      • International Organisations & Peacebuilding
      • The Use of Force in Peace Operations
      • The Political Reintegration of Armed Groups in the Aftermath of War
      • Track II Mediation Unit

Completed Projects

 For details of the below projects, please follow this link: Past Conflict, Security & Development Group Projects

  • Power after Peace: The Political Economy of Post-Conflict International Statebuilding
  • The Role of Aid Policies During Conflict and in War-to-Peace Transition
  • Women, Peace and Security
  • Conflict, Security and Development: Identifying Gaps in Policy & Research
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