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  • Angola after dos Santos: Change and continuity 

    Bye, Vegard; Inglês, Paulo; Orre, Aslak (CMI Working Paper WP 2021:8, Working paper, 2021-11-01)
    This publication aims to identify and discuss several political, social, and economic dynamics during the first four years of the Lourenço presidency and assess the arguments suggesting continuity, and those for ...
  • The use of satellites in humanitarian contexts 

    Guida, Emilio (Research report, 2021-11-01)
    States and private actors are increasingly investing in satellite (SAT) technology. This paper presents an analysis of the reasons underlying the diffusion and strategic value of SAT technology, particularly with regard ...
  • Norwegian Anthropology and Development: New Roles for a Troubled Future? 

    Bendixsen, Synnøve K.N.; Hviding, Edvard (Chapter, 2021-11-01)
    This book traces the history, growth and wide-ranging public engagements of social anthropology in Norway. An outcome of the Norwegian Anthropology Day at the Royal Anthropological Institute, the book explores diverse ...
  • Humanitarian Diplomacy: Interview with Jan Egeland 

    Turunen, Salla (Others, 2020-11-01)
    Humanitarian diplomacy surrounds the field of humanitarian action and aims to meet humanitarian objectives by diplomatic means. The term itself is most often used by humanitarian practitioners, and as a practitioner-driven ...
  • Temporal governance, protection elsewhere and the ‘good’ refugee: a study of the shrinking scope of asylum within the UK 

    Schultz, Jessica; Kaytaz, Esra (CMI Report 2021:06, Research report, 2021-11-01)
    In recent years European countries have introduced increasingly temporary terms of asylum for people with a recognized need for protection. This study traces the temporary turn in the UK, where asylum policies have ...

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