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Publications

Trust and Social Relations in African Politics

Author(s): Dominic Burbidge
Published in: Oxford Encyclopedia of African Politics, 2019

The Perspective of “Coup Forces,” Saleh and Houthi Elements

Author(s): Shiban, B. and Nevola, L.
Published in: Global, regional and local perspectives of the Yemen crisis, 2020

Corruption and Democracy

Author(s): Burbidge, D.
Published in: Routledge Handbook of Democratization in Africa, 2019

Regional Politics in the Time of Devolution – Central: Localised Self-sufficiency

Author(s): Burbidge, D.
Published in: Oxford Handbook of Kenyan Politics, 2019

Genuine Development: Reflections on Agency and Passivity

Author(s): Burbidge, D.
Published in: Human Dignity and the Practice of Human Development, 2019

Political Violence in Zimbabwe.

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh
Published in: 2019

An Experiment in Devolution: The Deconstruction-Reconstruction of the Kenyan State

Author(s): Dominic Burbidge
Published in: 2019

The Role of “Coup Forces,” Saleh, and the Houthis’

Author(s): Nevola Luca and Baraa Shiban
Published in: 2020

Black People, White Hearts”: Origin, Race, and Colour in Contemporary Yemen

Author(s): Nevola, L.
Published in: 2020

From Periphery to the Core: A Social Network Analysis of the Houthi Local Governance System

Author(s): Nevola, L.
Published in: 2019

Yemen’s Salafi Network(s): Mortgaging the Country’s Future

Author(s): Petouris, A
Published in: 2019

Review: Mirrored Loss: A Yemeni Woman's Life Story, by Gabriele vom Bruck (forthcoming)

Author(s): Nevola, L.
Published in: Journal of the British-Yemeni Society, 2020

Ḥūthīs in the making: Nostalgia, Populism and the Politicization of Hashemite Descent (forthcoming)

Author(s): Nevola, L.
Published in: Arabian Humanities, 2020

Honour: Reflections on an Ethos of Insecurity

Author(s): Nevola, L.
Published in: Words and Worlds: Essays on Concepts and their Possibilities in War-torn Yemen., 2020

Inclusion, Volatility and Political Violence Across African Regimes (forthcoming)

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh, Hyun-Jin Choi, Giuseppe Maggio and Daniel Wigmore-Shepherd
Published in: World Politics, 2020

Ethnic Arithmetic or Political Calculus? Representation and Accommodation in African Cabinets (forthcoming)

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh and Daniel Wigmore-Shepherd
Published in: Ethnic Politics, 2020

Salva Kiir won South Sudan’s civil war part 1: Elites, institutions and the makings of South Sudan’s civil war’

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh Danial Watson
Published in: Submitted to African Affairs, 2018, ISSN 0000-0000

Elite Coalitions and Power Balance Across African Regimes: Introducing the African Cabinet and Political Elite Data Project (ACPED)

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh Daniel Wigmore Shepard
Published in: Ethnopolitics, 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

Rebooting the system. Regime cycles, elites, and succession in African states

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh Andrea Carboni
Published in: submitted for publication in the Journal of Modern African Studies., 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

African regime and institutional variation explained

Author(s): Clionadh Raleigh and Kars de Bruijne
Published in: Submitted to International Studies Review, 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

Formalized Big man politics in Sierra Leone

Author(s): Kars de Bruijne
Published in: Submitted to African Affairs, 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

Houthis in the Making: Nostalgia, Populism, and the Politicization of Hashemite Descent’

Author(s): Luca Nevola
Published in: Arabian Humanities, 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

Non-party Ministers and Consensual Politics in Tunisia’

Author(s): Andrea Carboni
Published in: Submitted to Journal of North African Studies, 2020, ISSN 0000-0000

The Political Carousel: Elite Power-sharing, Political Instability and the Allocation of Senior Government Posts in Africa

Author(s): Daniel Wigmore Shepard
Published in: 2020