Tim Glawion / Lotje de Vries

Ruptures Revoked: Why the Central African Republic’s Unprecedented Crisis has not Altered Deep-Seated Patterns of Governance

Journal of Modern African Studies | 2018

  • Small Wars and Insurgencies | 11/2022

    Rebel Governance or Governance in Rebel Territory? Extraction and Services in Ndélé, Central African Republic

    Rebel governance assumes a symbiotic relationship between coercion and public goods provision. However, in the rebel-held town of Ndélé, Central African Republic, we find that governance happens in rebel-held territory, but rarely by rebels.

    Dr. Tim Glawion

    Research Fellow

    Anne-Clémence Le Noan

    Peacebuilding | 05/2022

    Cross-Case Patterns of Security Production in Hybrid Political Orders: their Shapes, Ordering Practices, and Paradoxical Outcomes

    Studying 12 cases across the Central African Republic, Haiti, Somaliland, and South Sudan, I investigate (1) where hybrid interactions take place, (2) how they happen and (3) what this means for people’s security.

    Dr. Tim Glawion

    Research Fellow

    Qualitative Research | 12/2021

    Studying Insecurity from Relative Safety — Dealing with Methodological Blind Spots

    Dr. Lotje De Vries

    Wageningen University

    Dr. Tim Glawion

    Research Fellow


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