Statehood & Conflict
Dynamics of state formation are intrinsically linked to the history of conflicts. swisspeace conducts research on the day-to-day practices of states in conflict and post-conflict contexts. The goal is to understand how new forms of statehood emerge as the result of negotiation processes between local, national and international actors.
Latest Activities and Publications
Martina Santschi and Daniel Maxwell, 2014
From post-conflict recovery and state building to a renewed humanitarian emergency: A brief reflection on South Sudan
In: Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium, August 2014. Link.
Mandate for SDC, 2014
Governance in Myanmar
Mandated by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), swisspeace supports developing a new project on governance in Myanmar
25 June 2014
Conference on the 2015 General Elections in Burundi
At this conference organized by the Statehood & Conflict program at swisspeace, Prof. Julien Nimubona shared his view on the current situation in Burundi and the prospects for next year's General Elections to take place in peaceful way. Program.
Didier Péclard, 2014
Bringing Politics Back. Comments on M. Dahinden’s "Democracy Promotion at a Local Level"
In: International Development Policy 5.2/2014. Link.
27-28 May 2014
Anti-Corruption Agencies in Post-conflict Contexts: An Analytical Framework
Paper presented by Sergio Gemperle at the third ISP Network Conference in Geneva.