Bibliography by EUNPACK members

Mateja Peter

  • (2015) ‘Between doctrine and practice: The United Nations peacekeeping dilemma’. Global Governance, 21(3).

Morten Bøås

  • The Politics of Conflict Economies: Miners, Merchants and Warriors in the African Borderland, London, Routledge, 2015.
  • Bøås, Morten and Liv-Elin Torheim (2013) ʻThe trouble in Mali – corruption, collusion, resistanceʼ, Third World Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 7, pp. 1279-1292.
  • Morten Bøås and Kevin C. Dunn (2013) The Politics of Origin in Africa: Autochthony, Citizenship and Conflict, London: Zed Books (i-viii + 149 pages).
  • Morten Bøås and Karianne Stig (2010) ‘Security sector reform in Liberia: an uneven partnership without local ownership’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 285-303
  • Morten Bøås and Anne Hatløy (2008) ‘Getting in, getting out: militia membership and prospects for re-integration in post-war Liberia’, Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 33-55.

Oliver Richmond

  • Peace Formation and Political Order in Conflict Affected Societies (Oxford University Press, 2016)
  • Failed Statebuilding and Peace Formation (Yale University Press, 2014)
  • “The Fallacy of Constructing Hybrid Political Orders: A reappraisal of the hybrid turn in peacebuilding”, (with Roger Mac Ginty), International Peacekeeping, 2016.
  • “The ‘Field’ in the ‘Age of Intervention’: Power, legitimacy, and authority versus the local” (with Stefanie Kappler & Annika Björkdahl), Millennium, Vol. 44, No.2,  2015.
  • “Palestinian unity and everyday state formation: Subaltern ‘ungovernmentality’ versus elite interests”, (with S Pogodda), Third World Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 5, pp.890–907, 2015.

Pernille Rieker

  • Rieker, P. 2013: “The EU foreign and security policy. High expectations, low capabilities” in Guzzini, S. and Bynander, F. (eds.) Rethinking Foreign Policy Analysis: Walter Carlsnaes, Agents, Structures, and International Relations. pp. 150-162. London: Routledge.
  • Rieker, P. (ed.) Forthcoming: External governance as security community building – The limits and potential of the European Neighbourhood Policy. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rieker, P. Forthcoming: The EU’s performance as a regional security policy provider in its southern neigbourhood’, chapter 6 in Ingo Peters (ed) The European Union’s Foreign Policy ‘Actorness and Power’. London: Routledge.
  • Rieker, P. 2015: The EEA and Norway Grants. A source of Soft Power? Journal of European integration 37 (4): 417-432.
  • Rieker, P. 2014: “Active participation despite limited influence. Explaining Norway’s participation in EU’s security policy”, chapter 9 in Robin Allers, Carlo Masala and Rolf Tamnes (eds.) Common or divided security - German and Norwegian approaches to 21st century security challenges. NY: Peter Lang

Roger Mac Ginty

  • R. Mac Ginty ed. (2014) Sage Major Work on Peacebuilding, Four volumes. London: Sage.
  • R. Mac Ginty ed. (2013) Handbook on Peacebuilding, Routledge.
  • R. Mac Ginty (2011) International Peacebuilding and Local Resistance: Hybrid forms of peace, Palgrave.
  • R. Mac Ginty (2015) ‘Where is the local?’, Third World Quarterly, Online first.
  • R. Mac Ginty (2014) ‘Everyday Peace: Bottom-up and local agency in conflict-affected societies’, Security Dialogue 45(6): 548-64.

Sandra Pogodda

  • Post-Liberal Peace Transitions (Edinburgh University Press, 2016, co-edited with Oliver Richmond)
  • Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, co-edited with Oliver Richmond)
  • ‘Palestinian Unity and Everyday State Formation: Subaltern ungovernmentality versus elite interests’ (with Oliver Richmond), Third World Quarterly 36: 5 (2015): 890-907.
  • ‘The Great Disconnect: Global governance and localised conflict in the cases of India and the EU’ (with Oliver Richmond, Roger MacGinty), Global Society 29:4 (2015): 551-573.
  • ‘India’s Peacebuilding Between Rights and Needs: the transformation of local conflict spheres’(with Daniela Huber), International Peacekeeping 21: 4 (2014): 443 - 463.

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