Tag Archive: Elections

Ending the Political Transition? Analysing the Nepal elections from an inclusion perspective

Following a decade long Maoist insurgency (1996-2005) and the peace process that followed it, Nepal elected political representatives at all three levels of government: the local election held in three phases, followed by election for seven provincial assemblies, and the lower house of federal parliament between May and December 2017. The last election for local […]

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PSRP Seminar: Electoral Dynamics in the DRC: Socio-Economic and Security Dimensions

The Egmont – Royal Institute for International Relations, and the Rift Valley Institute are hosting a PSRP seminar on Electoral Dynamics in the DRC

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Recrutement des miliciens en période pré-électorale : le cas des ‘Raïa Mutomboki’ à Bunyakiri

Recrutement des miliciens en période pré-électorale : le cas des ‘Raïa Mutomboki’ à Bunyakiri English summary: In the course of 2015, recruitment for certain factions of the Raia Mutomboki armed group intensified in the area of Bunyakiri, located in Kalehe territory in the province of South Kivu (Democratic Republic of the Congo). In this blog, […]

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Un chef coutumier abattu : des spéculations à la crise sociopolitique en groupement de Kalonge, territoire de Kalehe

English summary: On 10 May 2013, Teso Ntarubibi, the village chief of Chifunzi, located in Kalonge groupement (in Kalehe territory, South Kivu province) was assassinated. The murder plunged Kalonge into a severe crisis and promoted the mobilization of armed groups, yet those who killed the mwami remain unidentified. In this blog, Emery Mudinga analyses four hypotheses concerning […]

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Burundi in Crisis: a Post-election Round-Table

PSRP member Astrid Jamar is speaking as part of the ‘Burundi in Crisis: a Post-election Round-Table’ event at the Oxford Central Africa Forum. Other researchers and analysts on the panel are: Dr. Devon Curtis (Cambridge), Dr. Andrea Purdeková (Oxford), Tomas Van Acker (Ghent), Benjamin Chemouni (LSE), and in video conference, Dr. Gérard Birantamije (University of Burundi) and […]

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