Human Security Research is a monthly compilation of significant new human security-related research published by academics, university research institutes, think-tanks, international agencies, and NGOs.
Articles in this issue:
NATURAL RESOURCES: Natural Resources, Weak States and Civil War: Can Rents Stabilize Coup Prone Regimes?
ETHNICITY AND GOVERNANCE: Institutional Conflict Settlement in Divided Societies: The Role of Subgroup Identities in Self-Government
SEXUAL BEHAVIOR: Violent Conflicts and Risky Sexual Behavior in Uganda
SIERRA LEONE: A Village-Up View of Sierra Leone’s Civil War and Reconstruction: Multilayered and Networked Governance
IRAQ: Resolving Kirkuk: Lessons Learned from Settlements of Earlier Ethno-Territorial Conflicts
CORRUPTION: Risks of Corruption to State Legitimacy and Stability in Fragile Situations
THE SUDANS: Darfurians in South Sudan: Negotiating Belonging in Two Sudans
SECURITY SECTOR REFORM: Towards a Non-State Security Sector Reform Strategy
MALI: Mali: Five Months of Crisis: Armed Rebellion and Military Coup
REFUGEES: Urban Refugee Protection in Cairo: The Role of Communication, Information and Technology
PHILIPPINES: The Philippines: Local Politics in the Sulu Archipelago and the Peace Process