Vol 5, No 2 (2010)

In this issue, Christine Batruch writes on Lundin Petroleum's experience in East Africa; Wayne Nafziger re-examines Nigeria's long history of violence; Anouk Rigterink surveys the literature on natural resource-related conflict; Achim Wennmann studies wealth sharing and peace; Gilles Carbonnier writes on market incentives and regulation in extractive industries in fragile states; and Geoff Harris considers how to improve military expenditure decisionmaking in sub-Saharan Africa.

Table of Contents


Lundin Petroleum AB's experience in East Africa: The role of the private sector in conflictprone countries PDF
Christine Batruch
The political economy of Nigeria's relentless conflict PDF
E. Wayne Nafziger
Natural resources and civil conflict: An overview of controversies, consensus, and channels PDF
Anouk S. Rigterink
Wealth sharing and peace processes PDF
Achim Wennmann
Extractive industries in fragile states and the role of market incentives and regulation PDF
Gilles Carbonnier
Improving military expenditure decisionmaking in sub-Saharan Africa PDF
Geoff Harris
Entire issue PDF