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Convincing state-builders? Disaggregating internal legitimacy in abkhazia

Kristin Marie Bakke | 01 September 2014 | Political Science | Journal article

Abstract: de facto states, functional on the ground but unrecognized by most states, have long been black boxes for systematic empirical research. This study investigates de facto states’ internal legitimacy—people’s confidence in the entity itself, ...

The empire strikes back: 30 years on

Claire Alexander | 01 July 2014 | Journal article

Contribution to ethnic and racial studies inaugural review edition on 'the empire strikes back' exploring issues of race, inequality and youth.

Extremism and political instability in north and west africa

Osman Hassan | 30 April 2014 | Internat. Studies & Relations | Evidence

Written evidence from dr oz hassan & dr elizabeth iskander monier, department of politics and international studies, university of warwick to the house of commons foreign affairs committee http://www. Publications. Parliament. Uk/pa/cm201314/cmselec ...

Interviewed live on france24 evening news

Gabrielle Lynch | 29 April 2014 | Dissemination / Communication

Interviewed by france24 for the evening news of 5 march 2013 on the topic of kenya's 2013 elections.

Interview cited in international business times article

Gabrielle Lynch | 29 April 2014 | Dissemination / Communication

Interview with jacey fortin cited in 4 march 2013 international business times article entitled "kenya election: lines were long, violence was low, and now ballot counting begins".

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