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Can internal forms of war also be seen as economics by other means? Can a study of an Afghan village community on the margins of the global economy improve our understanding of the political economy of warlordism which sustains protracted conflict?
What can donors do to strengthen the capacity of a society to manage tensions and disputes without resorting to violence? What governance interventions might improve a state’s capacity to contain conflict? How can we better understand the role corruption and natural resource spoiling plays in managing and generating conflict?
What makes a healthy city? How can urban health promotion projects involve women and the poor? Researchers from the UK’s South Bank University report on an evaluation of ‘Healthy City Projects’ (HCPs) in five countries.