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  • Olaf Bachmann, ‘The African Standby Force: External Support to an “African Solution to African Problems”’, IDS Research Report 67 (IDS, Sussex, 2011).
  • J.N.C. Hill, ‘Islamism and Democracy in the Modern Maghreb’, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 6, 2011, pp. 1089–1105.
  • J.N.C. Hill, ‘Corruption in the Courts: The Achilles Heel of Nigeria’s Regulatory Framework?’, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 7, 2010, pp. 1161–1179.
  • J.N.C. Hill, Identity in Algerian Politics: The Legacy of Colonial Rule (Lynne Rienner, 2009).
  • J.N.C. Hill, Sufism in Northern Nigeria: A Force for Counter Radicalisation? (Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College, 2009).
  • J.N.C. Hill, ‘Thoughts of Home: Civil – Military Relations and the Conduct of Nigeria’s Peace Keeping Forces’, Journal of Military Ethics, Vol. 8, No. 4, 2009, pp. 289–306.
  • Holmes, Georgina (forthcoming 2014) 'Gendering the Rwanda Defence Force: a critical assessment of the efforts made since 1994', Journal of State Building and Intervention 
  • Georgina Holmes, Rwandan Women and War: Gender, Media and the Representation of Genocide (I.B. Tauris, October 2013).
  • Holmes, Georgina (2012) 'Living on Gold Should be a Blessing; Instead it is a Curse: Mass Rape and Genocide By Attrition in the DRC', The RUSI Journal, 157:6, 62-66. 
  • Georgina Holmes, ‘Did Newsnight Miss the Story? A Survey of How the BBC’s “Flagship Political Current Affairs Program” Reported Genocide and War in Rwanda between April and July 1994’, Genocide Studies and Prevention, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2011, pp. 174–192.
  • Georgina Holmes, ‘The Postcolonial Politics of Militarizing Rwandan Women: An Analysis of the Extremist Magazine Kangura and the Gendering of a Genocidal Nation-State’, Minerva Journal of Women and War, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2008, pp. 44–63.
  • Mitton, Kieran, ‘Where is the War? Explaining Peace in Sierra Leone’, International Peacekeeping, Vol. 30, Issue 3, 2013. 
  • Mitton, Kieran (forthcoming 2014) Understanding Atrocity in the Sierra Leonean Civil War (Hurst/OUP) 
  • Mitton, Kieran, ‘Irrational Actors and the Process of Brutalisation: Understanding Atrocity in the Sierra Leonean Conflict (1991–2002)’, Civil Wars, Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2012. 
  • Mitton, Kieran, ‘Rearmament, Remobilisation and Disintegration in Sierra Leone’, Conflict Security and Development Research Group, King's College London, 2010.   
  • Mitton, Kieran, 'Engaging disengagement: The political reintegration of Sierra Leone's Revolutionary United Front' in Reintegrating Armed Groups after Conflict: Politics, Violence and Transition, Mats Berdal & David Ucko, eds. (Abingdon: Routledge, May 2009). 
  • Mitton, Kieran, 'Reconstructing Trust in Sierra Leone.' The Round Table, Volume 98, Issue 403, August 2009.   
  • Mitton, Kieran, ‘Engaging Disengagement: The Political Reintegration of Sierra Leone’s Revolutionary United Front.’ Conflict, Security and Development, Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2008.   
  • Krause, Jana  ‘A Deadly Cycle: Ethno-Religious Conflict in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria’. Geneva: Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development/Small Arms Survey (2011).
  • Mariam Persson, ‘Demobilized or Remobilized? Liberia’s Remaining Rebel Structures in Post-war Security Settings’, in Mats Utas (ed.), African Conflicts and Informal Power: Big Men and Networks (Zed Books, forthcoming).
  • Mariam Persson and Ana Kantor, ‘Liberian Vigilantes: Informal Security Providers on the Margins of Security Sector Reform’, in Magnus Ekegren and Greg Simons (eds.), The Politics of Security Sector Reform – Challenges and Opportunities for the European Union’s Global Role (Ashgate, 2011).
  • Mariam Persson, Chris Coulter and Mats Utas, ‘Young Female Fighters in African Wars: Conflict and its Consequences’, NAI Policy Dialogue, No. 3, 2008.
  • Mariam Persson, Chris Coulter and Mats Utas, ‘Young Women in African Wars’, NAI Policy Notes: Conflict, No. 1, 2007.
  • J.E. Spence, ‘Review Article: Just Another Country?’, Conflict, Security & Development, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2011, pp. 105–113.
  • J.E. Spence, ‘Change and Continuity in Global Politics and Military Strategy’, in Len le Roux (ed.), South African Army Vision 2020: Security Challenges Shaping the Future South African Army (Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria, 2007).
  • J.E. Spence (ed.), After Mandela: The 1999 South African Elections (RIIA, 1999)
  • J.E. Spence and David Welsh, Ending Apartheid (Longman, 2011)
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