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This paper analyses the links between socioeconomic concerns and one of the most significant conflicts in the world, the Boko Haram-led insurgency in Northeastern Nigeria. In doing so it centers group dynamics for analysis of how women and youth constituencies intersect with vulnerability to...
Aiming to win “hearts and minds,” the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) is widely thought to have been less violent toward civilians than the original “Boko Haram.” This article employs the underutilized notion of “competitive control” to explore the strategy underpinning this approach....
Scholars have shed much light on the positive correlation between foreign military interventions and blowback in the form of transnational violence, such as terrorist and guerrilla attacks. While the strategies of transnational terrorism have been widely addressed in the literature, the...
This article examines the application of the African Union’s norm and sanctions regime on the prohibition of unconstitutional changes of government from 2001 to 2022. It identifies three forms of unconstitutional changes of government: coup d’états and other violent changes of democratically...
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