Vol 8, No 2 (2013)

William Bunting writes on litigated conflict over fundamental, constitutional rights. Boris Gershman studies envy and finds that it may serve both conflict-enhancing as well as conflict-mitigating functions. The issue contains two articles on Nepal. Shikha Silwal provides a spatial-temporal analysis of the country's civil war and Smita Ramnarain offers a case study on the political economy of peacebuilding. Finally, Guro Lien discusses the political economy of security sector reform (SSR).

Table of Contents


Litigated conflict over fundamental rights: A static model PDF
William C. Bunting
Envy in the process of development: Implications for Social Relations and Conflict PDF
Boris Gershman
A spatial-temporal analysis of civil war: The case of Nepal PDF
Shikha Silwal
The political economy of peacebuilding: The case of women's cooperatives in Nepal PDF
Smita Ramnarain
Bringing the economy back in: The political economy of security sector reform PDF
Guro Lien
Entire issue PDF