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Conflict Economies

BRIEFING PAPER

18th May 2020

The impact on the khat trade in particular is a good illustration of the economy’s regional and international connections, and the effects of anti-COV...

BRIEFING PAPER

7th May 2020

An exploration of mobility, hardship, and livelihoods among refugee families living in the camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

BRIEFING PAPER

29th April 2020

Coronavirus has caused import volumes into South Sudan to plummet by 50% – having profound effects on stressed food systems.

BRIEFING PAPER

21st April 2020

A story of preserving access to a valued variety of sorghum—ruath—by travelling into military occupied areas of Abyei.

BLOG

6th August 2019

Review of research carried out in Baargal on the eastern side of Cape Guardafui; Bareeda, on the north coast, and Xaabo.

BRIEFING PAPER

2nd April 2020

This account shows how Dinka women deployed the social and material capital of seeds under their control to manage the wider transitions experienced d...

BRIEFING PAPER

23rd March 2020

This paper focuses on the impact that gold mining has had on labour relations in Blue Nile state.

BRIEFING PAPER

1st March 2020

Hussein Abdel Bagi’s appointment as the third Vice-President of South Sudan is an important building block for the Transitional Government of National...

BRIEFING PAPER

20th February 2020

This paper explains the significance of bread and sorghum in the political changes Sudan seen in 2019.

RESEARCH REPORT

31st October 2019

This study describes the networks involved in the trade of high value goods and commodities across the Sulu archipelago.

RESEARCH REPORT

21st October 2019

This report outlines how the changing economy has affected social relations in the Northern Bahr el-Ghazal borderlands.

BRIEFING PAPER

1st October 2019

In September 2019, Sudan’s recently appointed Minister of Finance, Ibrahim Elbadawi, announced a nine-month economic reform programme. The government...

BRIEFING PAPER

1st September 2019

The impacts of South Sudan’s cross-border agreement with Khartoum.

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