State-Building

Aalen, L. (2011), The politics of ethnicity in Ethiopia: Actors, power and mobilisation under ethnic federalism (Leiden: Brill Publishing).

Aalen, L. (2019), “The Revolutionary Democracy of Ethiopia: A Wartime Ideology Both Shaping and Shaped by Peacetime Policy Needs”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Berti, B. (2016), “Rebel Politics and the State: Between conflict and post-conflict, Resistance and Co-existence”, Civil Wars 18 (2).

Berti, B. (2019), “Rebel groups between adaptation and ideological continuity: The impact of sustained political participation”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Buribhabwa, N. Z. and Curtis, D. E. A. (2019), “The Limits of Resistance Ideologies? The CNDD-FDD and the Legacies of Governance in Burundi”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Curtis, D. E. A. (2013), “The Limits to statebuilding for Peace in Africa”, South African Journal of International Affairs, 20 (1).

Curtis, D. E. A. and Sindre, G. M. (2019), “Transforming State Visions: Ideology and Ideas in Armed Groups Turned Political Parties – Introduction to Special Issue“, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Dudouet, v. and Lundström, S. (2016), “Post-war Political Settlements: From Participatory Transition Processes to Inclusive State-building and Governance”, Berghof Report.

Ishiyama, J. (2019), “Identity Change and Rebel Party Political Success”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Manning, C., Zürcher, C., Evenson, K., Hayman, R., Riese, S. and Roehner, N. (2013), Costly Democracy: Peacebuilding and Democratization After War (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press).

Manning, C. (2019), “Electoral Performance by Post-Rebel Parties”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Matanock, A. M. (2014), “Governance Delegation Agreements: Shared Sovereignty as a Substitute for Limited Statehood”, Governance 27(4). [Special Issue Edited by Krasner and Risse].

Mroß, K. (2019), “First Peace, then Democracy? Evaluating Strategies of International Support at Critical Junctures after Civil War“, International Peacekeeping 26(2).

Özçelik, B. (2019), “Explaining the Kurdish Democratic Union Party’s Self-Governance Practices in Northern Syria, 2012–18”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Paczynska, A. (2016), “Liberia Rising? Foreign Direct Investment, Persistent Inequality and Political Tensions.” Peacebuilding, vol. 4, no. 3., 2016.

Paczynska, A. (2016/2017), “Emerging and Traditional Donors and Conflict-Affected States: The New Politics of Reconstruction”, Changing Landscape of Assistance to Conflict-Affected States: Emerging and Traditional Donors and Opportunities for Collaboration Policy Brief no. 1, October 2016, Stimson Center.

Pearce, J. (2015), Political Identity and Conflict in Central Angola 1975-2002 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Pearce, J. (2017), “Global ideologies and local politics: The Cold War as seen from Central Angola”, Journal of Southern African Studies 43 (1).

Pearce, J. (2019), “From Rebellion to Opposition: UNITA’s Social Engagement in Post-War Angola”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Piccolino, G. (2018), “Peacebuilding and statebuilding in post-2011 Côte d’Ivoire. A victor’s peace?”African Affairs 117 (468).

Sindre, G. M. (2019), “Adapting to Peacetime Politics? Rebranding and Ideological Change in Former Rebel Parties”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Söderberg Kovacs, M. (2019), “The Legacy of a Revolution that Never Happened: The Post-War Politics of Former Rebel Party RUFP in Sierra Leone”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Sprenkels, R. (2019), “Ambivalent Moderation: The FMLN’s Ideological Accommodation to Post-War Politics in El Salvador”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

Wilson, A. (2019), “Ambiguities of Radicalism After Insurgents Become Rulers: Conflicting Pressures on Revolutionary State Power in Western Sahara’s Liberation Movement”, Government and Opposition, 54 (3).

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