Tag Archive: Statebuilding

In Between the Local and the Liberal: ‘Inclusive Political Settlement’ in the EU’s Global Strategy

In this post, Dr Jan Pospisil critically reviews the European Union’s 2016 ‘Global Strategy’. He notes that ‘conflict settlement’ has become the term under which peace- and statebuilding attempts are now framed. The grand narrative of the drafters appears to be to project the European Union as ‘peace power’. In June 2016, the European Union […]

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PSRP Panel: Peacebuilding in the Political Unsettlement: impossible or inevitable?

PSRP panel at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, Maryland

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PSRP Panel: Political Settlements and Prospects for Institutional Transformation

PSRP has co-convened a stream of panels with DLP Birmingham at the Development Studies Association 2016 Conference ‘Politics in Development’

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PSRP Researcher Speaking: The UN Review Processes and Current Trends in Peacebuilding

Jan Pospisil is speaking about UN review processes and Current Trends in Peacebuilding at the NGO Committee on Peace in Vienna.

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PSRP Event: Stabilization, Extraversion and Political Settlements in Somalia

Rift Valley Forum is launching a report by Tobias Hagmann ‘Stabilization, Extraversion and Political Settlements in Somalia.’

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PSRP at the Centre for Security Research Conference

PSRP member Dr Jan Pospisil will be presenting a paper at the Centre for Security Research launch conference: ‘The Future of Security Research: Multidisciplinary Perspectives’ in Edinburgh on the 22nd of October. The paper is entitled ‘The Resilient State: A critical reflection on statebuilding research and policy’ and is co-authored with Florian P. Kuehn, University of […]

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