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  • Inclusive Peace and Security 

    Luckham, Robin (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-04)
    This IDS Bulletin Archive Collection reviews four decades of analysis and research on peace, security, and development, drawing on articles published in previous issues of the Bulletin throughout this timeframe. IDS first ...
  • Notes on Contributors: Inclusive Peace and Security’ 

    Luckham, Robin (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-04)
    This is the notes on contributors for IDS Bulletin 49.1A, 'Inclusive Peace and Security’.
  • From Disarmament and Development to Inclusive Peace and Security: Four Decades of IDS Research 

    Luckham, Robin (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-04)
    This introductory article surveys four decades of work on peace, security, and development, centring on articles published in previous issues of the IDS Bulletin. These articles focused initially on disarmament and its ...
  • Peace and Development 

    Brandt, Willy (Institute of Development Studies, 1985-10)
    This article reviews the deterioration in the international situation since the Report of the International Commission on Development Issues was published five years ago. It contends that most of the Commission's proposals ...
  • Editorial: Disarmament and Development – the International Context 

    Luckham, Robin (Institute of Development Studies, 1985-10)
    The interconnections between international economic recession, the new Cold War and militarisation in the South provide the context for the articles in the IDS Bulletin 'Disarmament and World Development: Is There a Way ...
  • Globalism Versus Villagism: Food Security and Environment at National and International Levels 

    Davies, Susanna; Leach, Melissa (Institute of Development Studies, 1991-07)
    Links between food security and the environment occur at national and international levels, as well as locally. But perceptions of the relationship at global and village levels diverge widely. Considering a number of issues ...
  • War and Famine in Africa 

    de Waal, Alex (Institute of Development Studies, 1993-10)
    War is the major cause of famine in Africa. Wars cause famine in three major ways: (1) the direct destruction of battle, and the consumption of resources, including food, by armies; (2) famine is a weapon of war, particularly ...
  • Insecurity, Conflict and the New Global Disorder 

    Willett, Susan (Institute of Development Studies, 2001-05)
    The current neoliberal preoccupation with the benefits of globalisation, which have been hailed as the great panacea for all the world's economic problems, has done little for the 1.3 billion people whose economic circumstances ...
  • Peace Through Agrarian Justice 

    Richards, Paul; Bah, Khadija (Institute of Development Studies, 2005-06)
    The extent to which recent African civil wars have also been agrarian crises has been underestimated. Urban “loose molecules” and the lure of mineral resources have been put forward as reasons for protracted conflicts. ...
  • ‘Security from Below’ in Contexts of Chronic Violence 

    Abello Colak, Alexandra; Pearce, Jenny (Institute of Development Studies, 2009-03)
    At the same time that the field of security moves away from traditional state-centred perspectives towards a human-centred understanding of security, contemporary states seem to be incapable of protecting people from ...
  • Gendering the New Security Paradigm in Sri Lanka 

    de Mel, Neloufer (Institute of Development Studies, 2009-05)
    This article points to the significant military turn that has taken place in Sri Lanka following the armed conflict between the Sri Lanka government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). It is particularly ...
  • Researching the Gendered Silences of Violence in El Salvador 

    Hume, Mo (Institute of Development Studies, 2009-05)
    All research on violence is informed by silences. In practical terms, an immediate reading of silence may be that it presents an obstacle for the researcher who is dependent on people who are willing to speak out. Another ...
  • Quantitative Methods in Contexts of Everyday Violence 

    Justino, Patricia; Leavy, Jennifer; Valli, Elsa (Institute of Development Studies, 2009-05)
    The analysis of violence from an individual or household perspective is arguably one of the most challenging research areas in social science. Outbreaks of violence affect the core of human relations and social norms. ...
  • Crime and Social Cohesion in the Time of Crisis: Early Evidence of Wider Impacts of Food, Fuel and Financial Shocks 

    Hossain, Naomi (Institute of Development Studies, 2009-09)
    Economic crises have a series of impacts on society and security, depending on their severity, and on people’s capacities to cope with and adapt to stresses on livelihoods and community relations. This article highlights ...
  • Social Contracts, Networks and Security in Tropical Africa Conflict States: An Overview 

    K. Leonard, David (Institute of Development Studies, 2013-01)
    In this IDS Bulletin we present fieldwork from articles covering the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Mozambique and Somalia to show that assumptions derived from the classical social contract ...
  • Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom? 

    Maestre, Mar; Poole, Nigel (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-01-31)
    There is currently much talk of the private sector role in nutrition, and whether the state can ‘shape’ the market to deliver better nutritional outcomes. This issue of the IDS Bulletin presents research findings in this ...
  • Introduction: Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom? 

    Maestre, Mar; Poole, Nigel (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-01-31)
    There is currently much talk of the private sector role in nutrition, and whether the state can better ‘shape’ the market to deliver nutritional outcomes. This article introduces an issue of the IDS Bulletin which ...
  • Notes on Contributors: Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom? 

    Maestre, Mar (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-01-31)
    This is the notes on contributors for IDS Bulletin 49.1, '‘Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom?’
  • Glossary: Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom? 

    Maestre, Mar (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-01-31)
    This is the glossary of IDS Bulletin 49.1, 'Value Chains for Nutrition in South Asia: Who Delivers, How, and to Whom?’.
  • Focus on Gender, Context, and Evidence: CARE’s Lessons Learned 

    Janoch, Emily; Kaganzi, Elly; Schaetzel, Thomas (Institute of Development Studies, 2018-01-31)
    This article explores the most effective ways to influence nutrition through value chains, based on CARE’s long history in food and nutrition security. With implementation experience in 90 countries and evidence from 11 ...

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