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  • [Event] 13th Käte Hamburger Dialogue in Berlin \ Endless Peacebuilding? The Missions in Afghanistan and Mali

    • On 29 April 2019, Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research (KHK/GCR21), German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) and BICC (Bonn International Center for Conversion) cordially invited to the event “Endless Peacebuilding? The Missions in Afghanistan and Mali” in Berlin.
    • Monday, 29 April 2019: The core idea of this event was to reflect ongoing peace operations in Afghanistan and Mali, which are both of high interest for European and German policy. Several thousand soldiers and policemen are seconded to stabilizations missions in both countries. Both missions are at a crossroads: Increasing tensions between local demands and substantive interests of the intervening countries and the policy of the governments in Afghanistan and Mali question the missions’ contr...
  • [Event] AU Roster of practitioners' field mission to MINUSMA, Mali

    • From 30.09. – 6.10. a delegation of two AU Roster practitioners were deployed to a mission in Mali.
    • Sunday, 6 October 2019: From 30.09. – 6.10. a delegation of two AU Roster practitioners were deployed to a mission in Mali.
  • [Publication] External actors in stateless Somalia: A war economy and its promoters

    • External actors in stateless Somalia: A war economy and its promoters
    • The overall aim of this paper is to provide an understanding of the role external actors play in Somalia’s war economy. To achieve this, the study will take a close look at the impact of international economic agents; that is, individuals, groups of people, corporations and institutions based outside of a conflict zone but supporting conflict parties through economic interaction. The emphasis will be on corporations which trade with conflict parties, as well as on foreign armed forc...
  • [Publication] External actors in stateless Somalia: A war economy and its promoters

    • External actors in stateless Somalia: A war economy and its promoters
    • The overall aim of this paper is to provide an understanding of the role external actors play in Somalia’s war economy. To achieve this, the study will take a close look at the impact of international economic agents; that is, individuals, groups of people, corporations and institutions based outside of a conflict zone but supporting conflict parties through economic interaction. The emphasis will be on corporations which trade with conflict parties, as well as on foreign armed forc...
  • [Publication] Diasporas and peace: A comparative assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe

    • Diasporas and peace: A comparative assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe
    • BICC brief 42 "Diasporas and Peace: A Comparative Assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe" is a DIASPEACE working paper.DIASPEACE (Diasporas for Peace: Patterns, Trends and Potential of Long-distance Diaspora Involvement in Conflict Settings) is a three-year research project looking into how diaspora groups can foster peace and development in their countries of origin.DIASPEACE consists of five main research components:Defining joint analytical tools and r...
  • [Publication] Diasporas and peace: A comparative assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe

    • Diasporas and peace: A comparative assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe
    • BICC brief 42 "Diasporas and Peace: A Comparative Assessment of Somali and Ethiopian communities in Europe" is a DIASPEACE working paper.DIASPEACE (Diasporas for Peace: Patterns, Trends and Potential of Long-distance Diaspora Involvement in Conflict Settings) is a three-year research project looking into how diaspora groups can foster peace and development in their countries of origin.DIASPEACE consists of five main research components:Defining joint analytical tools and r...
  • [Publication] Calculated Informality in Governing (Non)return: An Evolutionary Governance Perspective

    Geopolitics
    • Calculated Informality in Governing (Non)return: An Evolutionary Governance Perspective
    • Afghans’ protracted displacement is a geopolitical legacy from the Cold War. Although Pakistan’s return policymaking has foreseen the complete voluntary return of Afghans since the end of the Cold War, then as now, about three million Afghans reside in Pakistan. This article advances the notion of calculated informality to dissolve this seeming contradiction. Pakistan’s policymakers have excelled in calculated informality by successfully navigating the domestic and geop...
  • [Publication] Calculated Informality in Governing (Non)return: An Evolutionary Governance Perspective

    Geopolitics
    • Calculated Informality in Governing (Non)return: An Evolutionary Governance Perspective
    • Afghans’ protracted displacement is a geopolitical legacy from the Cold War. Although Pakistan’s return policymaking has foreseen the complete voluntary return of Afghans since the end of the Cold War, then as now, about three million Afghans reside in Pakistan. This article advances the notion of calculated informality to dissolve this seeming contradiction. Pakistan’s policymakers have excelled in calculated informality by successfully navigating the domestic and geop...
  • [Staff] Dr Boubacar Haidara

    • Senior Researcher
    • Publication: Intercommunity conflicts in central Mali: genesis, and proposals for ending the crisis, Please find the book chapter here
    • Publication: The Political Use of Islam in Mali, Please find the article here
    • Publication: International and local researchers facing security challenges: in what forms can research still be done in northern Mali
    • Publication: The impact of school closures on students in Mali
    • Before joining BICC, Boubacar Haidara taught at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ségou (Mali) (2018-2022). He has also carried out a number of research missions for several institutions: World Bank Group, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Clingendael Institute, etc. Boubacar holds a PhD in political science & political geography, University Bordeaux Montaigne and laboratory ‘’Les Afriques dans le Monde’’ (LAM), Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux, ...
  • [Staff] Dr Boubacar Haidara

    • Senior Researcher
    • Publication: Intercommunity conflicts in central Mali: genesis, and proposals for ending the crisis, Please find the book chapter here
    • Publication: The Political Use of Islam in Mali, Please find the article here
    • Publication: International and local researchers facing security challenges: in what forms can research still be done in northern Mali
    • Publication: The impact of school closures on students in Mali
    • Before joining BICC, Boubacar Haidara taught at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ségou (Mali) (2018-2022). He has also carried out a number of research missions for several institutions: World Bank Group, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Clingendael Institute, etc. Boubacar holds a PhD in political science & political geography, University Bordeaux Montaigne and laboratory ‘’Les Afriques dans le Monde’’ (LAM), Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux, ...