Overview

Governance refers to all of the processes of governing, whether undertaken by a government, market or network, whether over a family, tribe, formal or informal organization or territory and whether through the laws, norms, power or language of an organized society. Security refers to precautions taken to guard against crime, attack, sabotage, espionage, and other active or potential threats to human well-being conducted by state or society authorities.

Resource Library

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Building Regional Border Security Cooperation: Lessons from the Maghreb
James Cohen, Leanne McKay, and Joyce A. Kasee
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The Maghreb countries of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia face threats to their borders from transnational illicit networks, such as terrorist groups and criminal organizations. To address these threats…
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T-Test for Terrorism: Did the Introduction of Proportional Representation Reduce the Terrorist Threat? A Time-Series Case Study of Algeria and Northern Ireland
Matt Qvortrup
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Can electoral reform lead to a reduction in the number of terrorist incidents? Economists have shown that the introduction of constitutional institutions such as courts in the early eighteenth…
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Morocco and Algeria’s Changing Roles in Managing Migration
Tsion Tadesse Abebe
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Algeria and Morocco are taking a central role in managing migration from Africa to Europe by legalising the stay of sub-Saharan African migrants.

These legalisation schemes will…
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Assessment of United Nations Development Programme and Human Capital Development in Rivers State, Nigeria from (2009 to 2012)
Paul Dasimeokuma
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This study assessed the United Nations Development Programme's human capital development activities in Rivers State. It also examined the impact of the UNDP 7th Country Programme on human…
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Salafi Revolution in West Africa
Abdoulaye Sounaye
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This paper discusses the ways in which a revolu­tion inspired by Islam emerged in the few decades in West Africa, mainly through the intervention of Salafi actors, institutions, and reform practices…
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Salafi Revolution in West Africa
Abdoulaye Sounaye
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This paper discusses the ways in which a revolu­ tion inspired by Islam emerged in the few decades in West Africa, mainly through the intervention of Sala actors, institutions, and reform practices…

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Governance and Security Experts

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Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers
Local knowledge and conflict transformation
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Abdoulaye Sounaye
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Hans De Marie Heungoup
I am a Political Scientist, with a concentration in Political Sociology and Security Studies. Over the last seven years I extensively published on Cameroon, Central Africa, Boko Haram and the Lake Chad Basin.
Ernest N Ogbozor
A scholar and practitioner of conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and development
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Emily Winterbotham
Senior Research Fellow at RUSI focusing on conflict, violent extremism, P/CVE and peace building.