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The new South Africa and Africa: Almost two decades after liberation
Race, positionality and the Researcher
Conflict Analysis of Liberia, and Analysis of Issues and Implications for Future Swedish Development Co-operation
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF ANTI-VEHICLE MINES IN ANGOLA
The Humanitarian Disarmament Movement: An Assessment and Review
Whither Humanitarian Disarmament?
The Politics of Non-recognition: Re-evaluating the Apolitical Presentation of the UN Humanitarian Mine Action Programs in Somaliland
Global Activism and Humanitarian Disarmament
The burden of collective goodwill: The international involvement in the liberian civil war
A New Narrative for Africa: Voice and Agency
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