Journal of Conflict, Security and Development
Conflict, Security and Development is an academic, peer-reviewed journal launched in 2000 and now based within the Conflict, Security and Development Research Group.
The journal bridges traditional development and security studies and provides analysis of the critical policy challenges facing countries in the Global South.
CSD is published five times a year by Routledge. For further information on subscribing to the journal, click here.
Editor: Dylan Hendrickson, King's College London
Managing Editor: Catherine Scott, King's College London
Editorial correspondence, including manuscripts and disks, should be addressed to Catherine Scott, Managing Editor, Conflict, Security and Development, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, UK. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSD is collaborating with the Centre for Security Governance (a Canadian think tank dedicated to the study of security transitions in fragile, failed and conflict-affected states) in its SSR Resource Centre project which has recently launched a new blog series - Academic Spotlight.
These blog posts feature recent research findings on security governance issues published in academic journals. They provide a venue for debates and discussions between academics and practitioners on new ideas, innovative findings and key empirical evidence in this thematic area.
As part of the partnership between CSD and the Centre for Security Governance, summaries of selected CSD articles, written by the authors, are posted on the blog and linked to the full text (which is free to access for a limited period). Find out more.