PRIO Global Fellow
Lischer, Sarah (2011) Civil War, Genocide and Political Order in Rwanda: Security Implications of Refugee Return , Conflict, Security & Development 11(3): 261–284.
Naftalin, Mark (2011) A New Rwanda? , The World Today 67(7): 22–24.
Naftalin, Mark (2011) Beyond Southern Sudan , The World Today 67(1): 16–17.
Baev, Pavel K. (2007) Defining Civil War by Examining Post-Soviet Conflicts , Terrorism and Political Violence 19(2): 247–268.
Baev, Pavel K. (2006) Russian Perceptions of State Failure and Russia's Involvement with Fragile States , Canadian Foreign Policy 13(2): 167–180.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Lischer, Sarah (2013) Refugee Militancy in Exile and Upon Return in Afghanistan and Rwanda, in Jeffrey T. Checkel, ed., Transnational Dynamics of Civil War. Cambridge University Press (89–119).
Harpviken, Kristian Berg(2010) The Return of the Refugee Warrior: Migration and Armed Resistance in Herat Beyond the Wild Tribes: Understanding Modern Afghanistan and Its Diaspora. : (121–137).
Kjellman, Kjell Erling; & Harpviken, Kristian Berg(2010) Civil Society and the State Civil Society and Peacebuilding: a Critical Assessment. : Lynne Rienner Publishers(29–42).
Baev, Pavel K. (2008) Sad Wisdom of Hindsight: Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan (1979-1989), in Afghanistan: State and Society, Great Power Politics and the Way Ahead. (37–46).
Naftalin, Mark (2011) Report on the South Sudan Referendum , Sudan Studies Association Bulletin 29(1): 20–22.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg (2010)Troubled Regions and Failing States: Introduction , Comparative Social Research 271–23.
Baev, Pavel K. (2006) Russian Quasi-federalism and Geogia's Non-existent Territorial Integrity , CACI Analyst 8(9): 3–5.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Naftalin, Mark (2012) Conflating Spaces: Syrian Rebels and Refugees in South Turkey , ISN Security Watch , 18 September.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Naftalin, Mark (2012) Militarisering av flyktningene [Militarization amongst refugees] , Dagsavisen , 29 August.
Naftalin, Mark (2011) Liberia under a Nobel Laureate, The Africa Report, 8 December.
Naftalin, Mark (2011) Liberia etter Nobelprisen [Liberia after the Nobel Prize], Dagbladet, 9 December.
Lischer, Sarah (2011) Why Western Aid Won't Save Somalia, Huffington Post, 9 August.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg (2009) Exit Afghanistan?, Dagsavisen, 2 April.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg (2009) Obama og Afghanistans trøblete nabolag [Obama and Afghanistan's Troublesome Neighborhood], Forsvarets Forum, January/February.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg 2010 Refugee Return and Violence in Afghanistan, presented at ISA Annual Convention 2010, , 17 February.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Lischer, Sarah 2009 Refugee Return and Violence: An Analytical Framework, presented at Mobilizing Across Borders: Transnational Mechanisms of Civil War, , 16 October.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Lischer, Sarah 2009 Refugee Return and Violence: An Analytical Framework, presented at 50th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, , 17 February.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg 2008 Regional Perspectives on Afghanistan’s Wars, presented at State Failure and Regional Insecurity, , 12 December.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg 2008What is Special about Refugee Warriors?, presented at Global Migation and Transnational Politics: Towards a New Policy Agenda18 April.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg 2008 Afghanistan: Torn between Regional Security Complexes, presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention, , 26 March.
Baev, Pavel K. 2007 The Targets of Terrorism and the Aims of Counter-Terrorism in Moscow, Chechnya and the North Caucasus, presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, , 28 February–3 March.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) What's in Store for Color Revolutions? Managing a New Rise of Discontent in a Time of Crisis, PONARS Eurasia Memo , 101. : .
Baev, Pavel K. (2006) Has Russia Achieved a Victory in its War against Terror?, PONARS Memo 415, : .
Lischer, Sarah(2009) Review of The Iraqi Refugees: The New Crisis in the Middle East 508–509.
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