peacebuilding

Japan’s Peacebuilding Prowess: The Case of Marawi City

It’s time for a new brand of diplomacy for Japan’s new era. Rebuilding Marawi in the Philippines is a good place to start, writes Dahlia Simangan and ANU Alumni Mark Manantan.

Normal Peace: A New Strategic Narrative of Intervention

Nicolas Lemay-Hébert and Gezim Visoka, ‘Normal Peace: A New Strategic Narrative of Intervention’, Politics and Governance, 5(3) 2017: 146-56.

Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development - Book launched by Professor Michael Wesley

Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development - Book launched by Professor Michael Wesley, Dean of the College of Asia & the Pacific

Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, Postcolonial Studies, 19(4) 2016: 409-26.

The Pitfalls of Local Involvement: Justice and Reconciliation in Cambodia, Kosovo and Timor-Leste

‘The Pitfalls of Local involvement: Justice and Reconciliation in Cambodia, Kosovo and Timor-Leste’, Peacebuilding, 4 January 2017, online.

'You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand': Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘ “You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand”: Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, in Hitoshi Nasu and Kim Rubenstein

'After liberal peace': public keynote lecture as part of the workshop on ‘hybridity: history, power and scale’

Work on peace and its development during the 2000s, drawing on peace and state building examples from around the world, now looks rather dated.

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