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Volume 39, issue 2, 2018

Erratum pp. (iii)-(iii) Downloads
The Editors
Spirit and being: interdisciplinary reflections on drugs across history and politics pp. 207-217 Downloads
Maziyar Ghiabi
Decolonising drugs in Asia: the case of cocaine in colonial India pp. 218-231 Downloads
James Mills
A diplomatic failure: the Mexican role in the demise of the 1940 Reglamento Federal de Toxicomanías pp. 232-247 Downloads
Isaac Campos
Drugs of choice, drugs of change: Egyptian consumption habits since the 1920s pp. 248-260 Downloads
Philip Robins
Drug booms and busts: poverty and prosperity in a Nicaraguan narco- pp. 261-276 Downloads
Dennis Rodgers
Maintaining disorder: the micropolitics of drugs policy in Iran pp. 277-297 Downloads
Maziyar Ghiabi
‘We Will Revive’: addiction, spiritual warfare, and recovery in Latin America’s cocaine production zone pp. 298-313 Downloads
Pablo Seward Delaporte
Fighting crime and maintaining order: shared worldviews of civilian and military elites in Brazil and Mexico pp. 314-330 Downloads
Anaís M. Passos
Turning deserts into flowers: settlement and poppy cultivation in southwest Afghanistan pp. 331-349 Downloads
David Mansfield
Quasilegality: khat, cannabis and Africa’s drug laws pp. 350-365 Downloads
Neil Carrier and Gernot Klantschnig
Why do South-east Asian states choose to suppress opium? A cross-case comparison pp. 366-384 Downloads
James Windle
Decolonising drug studies in an era of predatory accumulation pp. 385-398 Downloads
Philippe Bourgois

Volume 39, issue 1, 2018

Erratum pp. (iii)-(iii) Downloads
The Editors
When responsibility to protect ‘hits home’: the refugee crisis and the EU response pp. 1-17 Downloads
Stefania Panebianco and Iole Fontana
UK development policy and domestic politics 1997–2016 pp. 18-34 Downloads
Gerard Clarke
Crises and unpredictability in developing countries pp. 35-50 Downloads
Nerea San-Martín-Albizuri and Arturo Rodriguez-Castellanos
Philanthrocapitalism: rendering the public domain obsolete? pp. 51-67 Downloads
Carol Thompson
Making good on donors’ desire to Do Development Differently pp. 68-84 Downloads
Dan Honig and Nilima Gulrajani
Criminogenic patterns in the management of Boko Haram’s human displacement situation pp. 85-103 Downloads
Medinat A. Abdulazeez and Temitope B. Oriola
From aid negotiation to aid effectiveness: the case of food and nutrition security in Ethiopia pp. 104-121 Downloads
Pierre-Marie Aubert, Matthieu Brun, Peter Agamile and Sébastien Treyer
Social policy for inclusive development in Africa pp. 122-139 Downloads
Vusi Gumede
A capability analysis of Rwandan development policy: calling into question human development indicators pp. 140-157 Downloads
Malin Hasselskog
Militarisation of governance after conflict: beyond the rebel-to-ruler frame – the case of Rwanda pp. 158-174 Downloads
Andrea Purdeková, Filip Reyntjens and Nina Wilén
Transnational public goods provision: the increasing role of rising powers and the case of South Africa pp. 175-188 Downloads
Stephan Klingebiel
Large-scale land deals in Sierra Leone at the intersection of gender and lineage pp. 189-206 Downloads
Caitlin Ryan

Volume 38, issue 12, 2017

Corrigendum pp. (iii)-(iii) Downloads
The Editors
Post-development 25 years after pp. 2547-2558 Downloads
Aram Ziai
Post-Development @ 25: on ‘being stuck’ and moving forward, sideways, backward and otherwise pp. 2559-2572 Downloads
Gustavo Esteva and Arturo Escobar
The Sustainable Development Goals and: varieties of Post-Development? pp. 2573-2587 Downloads
Wolfgang Sachs
The Post-Development Dictionary agenda: paths to the pluriverse pp. 2588-2599 Downloads
Federico Demaria and Ashish Kothari
Living Well: ideas for reinventing the future pp. 2600-2616 Downloads
Alberto Acosta
Reflecting the Post-Development gaze: the degrowth debate in Germany pp. 2617-2633 Downloads
Daniel Bendix
Fossil-fuelled development and the legacy of Post-Development theory in twenty-first century Africa pp. 2634-2649 Downloads
Stefan Andreasson
Colonised minds? Post-development theory and the desirability of development in Africa pp. 2650-2663 Downloads
Sally Matthews
Cold critique, faint passion, bleak future: Post-Development’s surrender to global capitalism pp. 2664-2683 Downloads
Ilan Kapoor
Worlds beyond the political? Post-development approaches in practices of transnational solidarity activism pp. 2684-2702 Downloads
Kalpana Wilson
The making and unmaking of development: using Post-Development as a tool in teaching development studies pp. 2703-2718 Downloads
Wendy Harcourt
‘I am not a Post-Developmentalist, but…’ The influence of Post-Development on development studies pp. 2719-2734 Downloads
Aram Ziai

Volume 38, issue 11, 2017

Whatever happened to the idea of imperialism? pp. 2387-2395 Downloads
John Narayan and Leon Sealey-Huggins
The second sight of racialised outsiders in the imperialist core pp. 2396-2410 Downloads
Satnam Virdee
Libya and Europe: imperialism, crisis and migration pp. 2411-2427 Downloads
Lucia Pradella and Sahar Taghdisi Rad
Imperialism, colonialism and sovereignty in the (post)colony: India and Kashmir pp. 2428-2443 Downloads
Goldie Osuri
‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean pp. 2444-2463 Downloads
Leon Sealey-Huggins
Neo-imperialism in solidarity organisations’ public discourses: collective action frames, resources and audiences pp. 2464-2481 Downloads
Eugene Nulman
The wages of whiteness in the absence of wages: racial capitalism, reactionary intercommunalism and the rise of Trumpism pp. 2482-2500 Downloads
John Narayan
Beyond Pan-Africanism: Garveyism, Malcolm X and the end of the colonial nation state pp. 2501-2516 Downloads
Kehinde Andrews
The deep, historical roots of Cuban anti-imperialism pp. 2517-2535 Downloads
Ernesto Domínguez López and Helen Yaffe
The time of the Popular Front pp. 2536-2545 Downloads
Vijay Prashad

Volume 38, issue 10, 2017

Political leadership and ‘non-traditional’ development cooperation pp. 2171-2186 Downloads
Emma Mawdsley, Sung-Mi Kim and Danilo Marcondes
Development engineering meets development studies pp. 2187-2207 Downloads
Peter Robbins, Andrew Watkins, David Wield and Gordon Wilson
Is global inequality getting better or worse? A critique of the World Bank’s convergence narrative pp. 2208-2222 Downloads
Jason Hickel
: 40 years on pp. 2223-2241 Downloads
Christopher May
New media and governance in conflict pp. 2242-2257 Downloads
Gianluca Iazzolino and Nicole Stremlau
The ‘philanthropic’ gene: biocapital and the new green revolution in Africa pp. 2258-2275 Downloads
Jacqueline A. Ignatova
Media development in Syria: the Janus-faced nature of foreign aid assistance pp. 2276-2294 Downloads
Billie Jeanne Brownlee
A look inside an emerging nuclear supplier. Advocacy coalitions and change in Argentine foreign nuclear policy pp. 2295-2311 Downloads
Bernabé H. Malacalza
Why African countries are interested in building agricultural partnerships with China: lessons from Rwanda and Uganda pp. 2312-2329 Downloads
Isaac Lawther
China’s foreign aid system: structure, agencies, and identities pp. 2330-2346 Downloads
Denghua Zhang and Graeme Smith
When revolutionaries grow old: the Museveni babies and the slow death of the liberation pp. 2347-2366 Downloads
Anna Reuss and Kristof Titeca
Migration diplomacy in the Global South: cooperation, coercion and issue linkage in Gaddafi’s Libya pp. 2367-2385 Downloads
Gerasimos Tsourapas

Volume 38, issue 9, 2017

Sexual violence in armed conflicts: research progress and remaining gaps pp. 1935-1951 Downloads
Carlo Koos
Celebrity-led development organisations: the legitimating function of elite engagement pp. 1952-1972 Downloads
Alexandra Cosima Budabin, Louise Mubanda Rasmussen and Lisa Ann Richey
Precipitating state failure: do civil wars and violent non-state actors create failed states? pp. 1973-1989 Downloads
Huseyn Aliyev
Psy-expertise, therapeutic culture and the politics of the personal in development pp. 1990-2008 Downloads
Elise Klein and China Mills
Rethinking development and peacebuilding in non-secular contexts: a postsecular alternative in Mindanao pp. 2009-2026 Downloads
Lindsey K. Horner
Why ‘Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill’? Rethinking the ‘coherent’ state pp. 2027-2044 Downloads
Emma Paszat
New light on the Samora Machel assassination: ‘I realized that it was no accident’ pp. 2045-2065 Downloads
Daniel L. Douek
‘East’ and ‘West’ in contemporary Turkey: threads of a new universalism pp. 2066-2081 Downloads
Katerina Dalacoura
Enter the dragon: the ecological disorganisation of Chinese capital in Africa pp. 2082-2096 Downloads
Mwenda Kailemia
The ambiguity of US foreign policy towards Africa pp. 2097-2112 Downloads
Gorm Rye Olsen
European Union anti-piracy initiatives in the Horn of Africa: linking land-based counter-piracy with maritime security and regional development pp. 2113-2128 Downloads
Neil Winn and Alexandra Lewis
The effectiveness of rural versus urban nonprofit organisations in the Democratic Republic of Congo pp. 2129-2142 Downloads
Elena Urquia-Grande, Antti Rautiainen and Raquel Pérez-Estébanez
Power relations? What power relations? The de-politicising conceptualisation of development of the UNDP pp. 2143-2158 Downloads
Juan Telleria
‘State of exception’ or ‘state in exile’? The fallacy of appropriating Agamben on Palestinian refugee camps pp. 2159-2170 Downloads
Dag Tuastad

Volume 38, issue 8, 2017

The Syrian chemical weapons disarmament process in context: narratives of coercion, consent, and everything in between pp. 1691-1709 Downloads
Karim Makdisi and Coralie Pison Hindawi
Will blockchain emerge as a tool to break the poverty chain in the Global South? pp. 1710-1732 Downloads
Nir Kshetri
Deciphering UN development policies: from the modernisation paradigm to the human development approach? pp. 1733-1752 Downloads
Panayotis M. Protopsaltis
The birth and development of the language of global development in light of trends in global population, international politics, economics and globalisation pp. 1753-1766 Downloads
Marcin Wojciech Solarz
Regions that matter: the Arab–South American interregional space pp. 1767-1781 Downloads
Silvia Ferabolli
Sovereignty, bare life and the Arab uprisings pp. 1782-1799 Downloads
Simon Mabon
Post-Islamism and fields of contention after the Arab Spring: feminism, Salafism and the revolutionary youth pp. 1800-1815 Downloads
Markus Holdo
National ownership and donor involvement: an aid paradox illustrated by the case of Rwanda pp. 1816-1830 Downloads
Malin Hasselskog, Peter J. Mugume, Eric Ndushabandi and Isabell Schierenbeck
The global governance of informal economies: the International Labour Organization in East Africa pp. 1831-1846 Downloads
Nick Bernards
Civil society knowledge networks: how international development institutions reshape the geography of knowledge pp. 1847-1872 Downloads
E. Fouksman
PATH: pioneering innovation for global health at the public–private interface pp. 1873-1893 Downloads
Michael Stevenson
The internal and external constraints on foreign policy in India: exploring culture and ethnic sensitivities pp. 1894-1908 Downloads
Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt
Global South rhetoric in India’s policy projection pp. 1909-1920 Downloads
Shantanu Chakrabarti
India and the responsibility to protect pp. 1921-1934 Downloads
Bjørn Møller

Volume 38, issue 7, 2017

From failed states to fragile cities: redefining spaces of humanitarian practice pp. 1437-1453 Downloads
Joao Pontes Nogueira
Geography and the outcomes of civil resistance and civil war pp. 1454-1472 Downloads
Charles Butcher
Fairtrade labour certification: the contested incorporation of plantations and workers pp. 1473-1492 Downloads
Laura T. Raynolds
One in 20: the G20, middle powers and global governance reform pp. 1493-1510 Downloads
Christian Downie
An auto-critique of TWAIL’s historical fallacy: sketching an alternative manifesto pp. 1511-1530 Downloads
S. G. Sreejith
Securitisation of research: fieldwork under new restrictions in Darfur and Mali pp. 1531-1550 Downloads
Mateja Peter and Francesco Strazzari
Unravelling clientelism in the Zambian electoral campaigns pp. 1551-1565 Downloads
John Bwalya
The ‘green militarisation’ of development aid: the European Commission and the Virunga National Park, DR Congo pp. 1566-1582 Downloads
Esther Marijnen
Post-neoliberalism in Latin America: a conceptual review pp. 1583-1602 Downloads
Arne Ruckert, Laura Macdonald and Kristina R. Proulx
governance in Bolivia: chimera or attainable utopia? pp. 1603-1618 Downloads
Eija Maria Ranta
Patriarchal unions = weaker unions? Industrial relations in the Asian garment industry pp. 1619-1638 Downloads
Alice Evans
The deep marketisation of development in Bangladesh pp. 1639-1654 Downloads
Christoph Neusiedl
Culturalism and the rise of the Islamic State: faith, sectarianism and violence pp. 1655-1673 Downloads
Tim Jacoby
White innocence in the Black Mediterranean: hospitality and the erasure of history pp. 1674-1689 Downloads
Ida Danewid

Volume 38, issue 6, 2017

Corrigendum pp. (1437)-(1437) Downloads
The Editors
Towards UN counter-terrorism operations? pp. 1215-1231 Downloads
John Karlsrud
Crossing borders in North America after 9/11: ‘regular’ travellers’ narratives of securitisations and contestations pp. 1232-1248 Downloads
Marianne H. Marchand
Political economy, poverty, and polycentrism in the Global Environment Facility’s Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) for Climate Change Adaptation pp. 1249-1271 Downloads
Benjamin K. Sovacool, May Tan-Mullins, David Ockwell and Peter Newell
Mediating representations of poverty and development: a help or a hindrance? pp. 1272-1290 Downloads
Natasha Keenaghan and Kathy Reilly
Measuring state fragility: a review of the theoretical groundings of existing approaches pp. 1291-1309 Downloads
Ines A. Ferreira
Does local ownership bring about effectiveness? The case of a transnational advocacy network pp. 1310-1326 Downloads
Bodille Arensman, Margit van Wessel and Dorothea Hilhorst
From extractivism towards: mining policy as an indicator of a new development paradigm prioritising the environment pp. 1327-1349 Downloads
Robin Broad and Julia Fischer-Mackey
Rethinking Chile’s ‘Chicago Boys’: neoliberal technocrats or revolutionary vanguard? pp. 1350-1365 Downloads
Timothy David Clark
Hedonists and husbands: piracy narratives, gender demands, and local political economic realities in Somalia pp. 1366-1380 Downloads
Brittany Gilmer
Negotiating justice: legal pluralism and gender-based violence in Liberia pp. 1381-1398 Downloads
Shai André Divon and Morten Bøås
Virtuous power Turkey in sub-Saharan Africa: the ‘Neo-Ottoman’ challenge to the European Union pp. 1399-1414 Downloads
Mark Langan
Optimised or compromised? United Kingdom support to reforming security sector governance in post-war Nepal pp. 1415-1436 Downloads
Safal Ghimire

Volume 38, issue 5, 2017

New mechanisms of participation in extractive governance: between technologies of governance and resistance work pp. 1043-1057 Downloads
Esben Leifsen, Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Maria A. Guzmán-Gallegos and Almut Schilling-Vacaflor
Who controls the territory and the resources? Free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) as a contested human rights practice in Bolivia pp. 1058-1074 Downloads
Almut Schilling-Vacaflor
Weaving hope in ancestral black territories in Colombia: the reach and limitations of free, prior, and informed consultation and consent pp. 1075-1091 Downloads
Marilyn Machado, David López Matta, María Mercedes Campo, Arturo Escobar and Viviane Weitzner
Claiming prior consultation, monitoring environmental impact: counterwork by the use of formal instruments of participatory governance in Ecuador’s emerging mining sector pp. 1092-1109 Downloads
Esben Leifsen, Luis Sánchez-Vázquez and Maleny Gabriela Reyes
Between oil contamination and consultation: constrained spaces of influence in Northern Peruvian Amazonia pp. 1110-1127 Downloads
María A. Guzmán-Gallegos
A vote to derail extraction: popular consultation and resource sovereignty in Tolima, Colombia pp. 1128-1145 Downloads
John-Andrew McNeish
The struggles surrounding ecological and economic zoning in Peru pp. 1146-1163 Downloads
Maria-Therese Gustafsson
The politics of planning: assessing the impacts of mining on Sami lands pp. 1164-1180 Downloads
Rebecca Lawrence and Rasmus Kløcker Larsen
Shaping projects, shaping impacts: community-controlled impact assessments and negotiated agreements pp. 1181-1197 Downloads
Ciaran O’Faircheallaigh
‘Nosotros Somos Estado’: contested legalities in decision-making about extractives affecting ancestral territories in Colombia pp. 1198-1214 Downloads
Viviane Weitzner

Volume 38, issue 4, 2017

State effects and the effects of state building: institution building and the formation of state-centred societies pp. 771-786 Downloads
Stein Sundstøl Eriksen
Engendering social and environmental safeguards in REDD+: lessons from feminist and development research pp. 787-804 Downloads
Beth A. Bee and Bimbika Sijapati Basnett
Are the LDCs really the world’s least developed countries? pp. 805-821 Downloads
Marcin Wojciech Solarz and Małgorzata Wojtaszczyk
Course corrections and failed rationales: how comparative advantage and debt are used to legitimise austerity in Africa and Latin America pp. 822-843 Downloads
Cory Blad, Samuel Oloruntoba and Jon Shefner
‘New’ nations: resource-based development imaginaries in Ghana and Ecuador pp. 844-861 Downloads
John Childs and Julie Hearn
Planet of the Australians: Indigenous athletes and Australian Football’s sports diplomacy pp. 862-881 Downloads
Simon Philpott
Negotiating interference: US democracy promotion, Bolivia and the tale of a failed agreement pp. 882-899 Downloads
Jonas Wolff
Framing a fiscal/cultural micro-encounter: value added tax meets calypso in Dominica pp. 900-917 Downloads
David Hirschmann
Rents, knowledge and neo-structuralism: transforming the productive matrix in Ecuador pp. 918-938 Downloads
Thomas F. Purcell, Nora Fernandez and Estefania Martinez
Strategic bureaucracies: transnational funding and mundane practices of Ghanaian local governments pp. 939-955 Downloads
Matthew Sabbi
‘Sexurity’ and its effects in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo pp. 956-979 Downloads
Charlotte Mertens and Maree Pardy
Iran and Turkey: not quite enemies but less than friends pp. 980-995 Downloads
Shahram Akbarzadeh and James Barry
Why developing countries are just spectators in the ‘Gold War’: the case of Lebanon at the Olympic Games pp. 996-1011 Downloads
Danyel Reiche
The past in the present: time and narrative of Balkan wars in media industry and international politics pp. 1012-1042 Downloads
Enika Abazi and Albert Doja

Volume 38, issue 3, 2017

Inhuman development? Technics as enframing or poiesis? pp. 525-543 Downloads
Trevor Parfitt
Space, discourse and environmental peacebuilding pp. 544-562 Downloads
Tobias Ide
Pathological counterinsurgency: the failure of imposing legitimacy in El Salvador, Afghanistan, and Iraq pp. 563-579 Downloads
Samuel R. Greene
Governance and disorder: neoliberalism and violent change in Jamaica pp. 580-603 Downloads
Michelle A. Munroe and Damion K. Blake
NGO partnerships in Haiti: clashes of discourse and reality pp. 604-620 Downloads
Julia Maria Schöneberg
Unpacking the world cultural toolkit in socialist Venezuela: national sovereignty, human rights and anti-NGO legislation pp. 621-635 Downloads
Timothy M. Gill
Good governance as a foundation for sustainable human development in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 636-654 Downloads
Theodore J. Davis
Maturing Sino–Africa relations pp. 655-677 Downloads
Hany Besada and Ben O’Bright
Africa and the export of China’s clean energy revolution pp. 678-697 Downloads
Wei Shen and Marcus Power
Large-scale land acquisitions, state authority and indigenous local communities: insights from Ethiopia pp. 698-716 Downloads
Tsegaye Moreda
Human rights and Nubian mobilisation in Egypt: towards recognition of indigeneity pp. 717-733 Downloads
Maja Janmyr
Why do Indonesian politicians promote laws? An analytic framework for Muslim-majority democracies pp. 734-752 Downloads
Elizabeth Pisani and Michael Buehler
Following the donor-designed path to Mozambique’s US$2.2 billion secret debt deal pp. 753-770 Downloads
Joseph Hanlon

Volume 38, issue 2, 2017

Drones and the uninsurable security subjects pp. 253-269 Downloads
André Barrinha and Sarah da Mota
Decolonising online development studies? Emancipatory aspirations and critical reflections – a case study pp. 270-290 Downloads
Samuel Spiegel, Hazel Gray, Barbara Bompani, Kevin Bardosh and James Smith
International peace building and the emerging inclusivity norm pp. 291-310 Downloads
Timothy Donais and Erin McCandless
The economics of the Internet of Things in the Global South pp. 311-339 Downloads
Nir Kshetri
The social–economic impact of shale gas extraction: a global perspective pp. 340-355 Downloads
Adrian Paylor
Hemispheric reconfigurations in Northern Amazonia: the ‘Three Guianas’ amid regional change and Brazilian hegemony pp. 356-378 Downloads
Matthew Louis Bishop, Peter Clegg and Rosemarijn Hoefte
Understanding contested women’s rights in development: the Latin American campaign for the humanisation of birth and the challenge of midwifery in Mexico pp. 379-396 Downloads
Hanna Laako
Agriculture in and beyond the Haitian catastrophe pp. 397-413 Downloads
Marylynn Steckley and Tony Weis
From Third World internationalism to ‘the internationals’: the transformation of solidarity with Palestine pp. 414-435 Downloads
Linda Tabar
The Freedom Charter: the contested South African land issue pp. 436-449 Downloads
Sibonginkosi Mazibuko
The study of child soldiering: issues and consequences for DDR implementation pp. 450-466 Downloads
Roos Haer
A failure of governmentality: why Transparency International underestimated corruption in Ben Ali’s Tunisia pp. 467-482 Downloads
Hannes Baumann
Resilience and disaster risk reduction: reclassifying diversity and national identity in post-earthquake Nepal pp. 483-504 Downloads
Iain Watson
Peripheral modernity and anti-colonial nationalism in Java: economies of race and gender in the constitution of the Indonesian national teleology pp. 505-523 Downloads
Alina Sajed

Volume 38, issue 1, 2017

Decolonising International Relations? pp. 1-15 Downloads
Zeynep Gulsah Capan
Unheard voices: a critical discourse analysis of the Millennium Development Goals’ evolution into the Sustainable Development Goals pp. 16-41 Downloads
Jane Briant Carant
What/who is still missing in International Relations scholarship? Situating Africa as an agent in IR theorising pp. 42-60 Downloads
Isaac Odoom and Nathan Andrews
A dialogic approach to understanding regime conflicts: the case of the development agenda pp. 61-83 Downloads
Valbona Muzaka
China’s impact on the landscape of African International Relations: implications for dependency theory pp. 84-96 Downloads
Robert Mason
Who owns the right to food? Interlegality and competing interests in agricultural modernisation in Papua, Indonesia pp. 97-116 Downloads
Irene I. Hadiprayitno
People with disabilities working in the disability sector in Timor Leste: a study of ‘lived experience’ using PhotoVoice pp. 117-133 Downloads
Jane Shamrock, Natalie Smith, Marion Gray, Melainie Cameron and Florin Oprescu
Mediating multiple accountabilities: variation in formal and perceived accountability among international and domestic actors in the health sector in Peru pp. 134-148 Downloads
Anne L. Buffardi
This time it’s different: lithium extraction, cultural politics and development in Bolivia pp. 149-168 Downloads
Anna C. Revette
Building ties across the Green Line: the Palestinian 15 March youth movement in Israel and occupied Palestinian territory in 2011 pp. 169-184 Downloads
Guy Burton
Policing neoliberalism in Egypt: the continuing rise of the ‘securocratic’ state pp. 185-202 Downloads
Maha Abdelrahman
Civil society in Mozambique: NGOs, religion, politics and witchcraft pp. 203-218 Downloads
Tanja Kleibl and Ronaldo Munck
Situating soldiers’ demands: mutinies and protests in Burkina Faso pp. 219-234 Downloads
Maggie Dwyer
Beyond the nation: global democratisation in Uganda and the politics of dispensation pp. 235-251 Downloads
Sabina S. Singh
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