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Fragile states

  1. Why building national resilience means reimagining risk

  2. Taliban attitudes and policies towards education

  3. The new US fragility strategy can be transformational – but requires careful implementation

  4. Three myths about armed groups and the smuggling economy

  5. Inviting non-state armed groups to the table: inclusive strategies towards a more fit for purpose international humanitarian law

  6. Women political leaders and peacebuilding

  7. Dilemmas and experiences of international support for inclusive peacebuilding

  8. Inclusive constitution making in fragile and conflict-affected states

  9. Fragility: time for a rethink

  10. In pursuit of resilience: assessing threats and trade-offs for risk-informed development in Myanmar and Niger

  11. Justice for all and Afghanistan’s future

  12. Human rights are at a crossroads – but accountability and activism can inspire change

  13. War crashes higher education systems – countries like Somalia need a system-wide reboot

  14. Reconstructing our understanding of the link between services and state legitimacy

  15. New pandemic, same old problems: introducing the Centre for the Study of Armed Groups

  16. Climate change, conflict and fragility: an evidence review and recommendations for research and action

  17. Rebel rule of law: Taliban courts in the west and north-west of Afghanistan

  18. Politically informed approaches to gender in fragile and conflict-affected settings: insights from an expert meeting

  19. Donor interventions in Afghanistan: a Lessons for Peace literature review

  20. Donor support to peace processes: a Lessons for Peace literature review