Carling J, Erdal MB and Horst C (2012) How does Conflict in Migrants’ Country of Origin Affect Remittance-Sending? Financial Priorities and Transnational Obligations Among Somalis and Pakistanis in Norway. International Migration Review 46(2): 283–309.

de Carvalho B and Lie JHS (2011) Chronicle of a Frustration Foretold? The Implementation of a Broad Protection Agenda in the United Nations. Journal of International Peacekeeping 15: 341-362.

de Carvalho B and Schia NN (2011) Sexual and gender-based violence in Liberia and the case for a comprehensive approach to the rule of law. Journal of International Relations and Development 14 (1).

Fadnes E and Horst C (2009) Responses to Internal Displacement in Colombia: Guided by What Principles? Refuge 26(1): 111–120.

Hakimi A and Suhrke A (2013) A Poisonous Chalice: The Struggle for Human Rights and Accountability in Afghanistan. Nordic Journal of Human Rights 31 (2): 201-223.

Horst C (2006) Buufis amongst Somalis in Dadaab: The Transnational and Historical Logics Behind Resettlement Dreams. Journal of Refugee Studies 19(2): 143–157.

Horst C (2006) Refugee livelihoods: Continuity and Transformations. Refugee Survey Quarterly 25(2): 6–22.

Horst C (2008) A Monopoly on Assistance? International Aid to Refugee Camps and the Role of the Diaspora. Afrika Spectrum 43(1):121–131.

Horst C (2008) The Transnational Political Engagements of Refugees: Remittance Sending Practices amongst Somalis in Norway. Conflict, Security and Development 8(3): 31–339.

Horst C (2009) Expanding Sites: The Question of ‘Depth’ Explored Multi-Sited Ethnography. Theory, Praxis and Locality. Contemporary Social Research :119–134.

Horst C (2013) The Depoliticisation of Diasporas from the Horn of Africa: From Refugees to Transnational Aid Workers. African Studies 72 (2).

Karlsrud J and Da Costa DF (2013) Invitation withdrawn: humanitarian action, United Nations peacekeeping, and state sovereignty in Chad. Disasters 37 (3).

Karlsrud J and Rosén F (2013) In the Eye of the Beholder? UN and the Use of Drones to Protect Civilians. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development 2 (2).

Lemaitre J (2012) By reason alone: Catholicism, constitutions, and sex in the Americas. International journal of constitutional law 10(2): 493-511.

Lidén K (2009) Building Peace between Global and Local Politics: On the Cosmopolitical Ethics of Liberal Peacebuilding. International Peacekeeping 16(5): 616–634.

Lidén K (2013) In Love with a Lie? On the Social and Political Preconditions for Global Peacebuilding Governance. Peacebuilding 1 (1):73-90.

Lie JHS (2012) The knowledge battlefield of protection. African Security 5(3-4): 142-159.

Lie JHS (2013) Challenging anthropology: anthropological reflections on the ethnographic turn in international relations. Millennium 41(2):20.

Lie JHS and Borchgrevink A (2012) Layer upon layer: understanding the Gambella conflict formation. International Journal of Ethiopian Studies VI(1&2): 135-159.

Miklian J, Lidén K and Kolås Å (2011) The Perils of ‘Going Local’: Liberal Peace-building Agendas in Nepal. Conflict, Security & Development 11(3): 285–308.

Neumann IB and Sending OJ (2007) The International’ as Governmentality. Millennium: Journal of International Studies 35(3) (September): 677-701. London, Millennium Publishing Group.

Reid-Henry S (2011) Spaces of Security and Development: Towards a new mapping of the security-development nexus. Security Dialogue.

Reid-Henry S (2011) The Territorial Trap: Fifteen Years On. Geopolitics, Introduction to special issue 15(4): 752-756.

Reid-Henry S (2013) Humanitarianism as liberal diagnostic: humanitarian reason and the political rationalities of the liberal will-to-care. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Reid-Henry S & Kearns G (2009) Vital Geographies: Life, Luck and the Human Condition.Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99(3): 554-574.

Rolandsen ØH (2011) A Quick Fix? A Retrospective Analysis of the Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Review of African Political Economy 38(130): 551–64.

Rolandsen ØH and Breidlid IM (2012) A Critical Analysis of Cultural Explanations for the Violence in Jonglei State, South Sudan. Conflict Trends 1: 49–56.

Sandvik KB (2010) A Legal History: the Emergence of the African Resettlement Candidate in International Refugee Management. International Journal of Refugee Law 22(1):20–47.

Sandvik KB (2010) Unpacking World Refugee Day: Humanitarian Governance and Human Rights Practice? Journal of Human Rights Practice 2(2): 287-298.

Sandvik KB (2012) Negotiating the Humanitarian Past: History, Memory, and Unstable Cityscapes in Kampala, Uganda. Refugee Survey Quarterly 31(1):108-122.

Sandvik KB (2012) The Politics and Possibilities of Victim Making in International Law / As Políticas e Possibilidades da “Construcão de Vítimas” no Direito Internacional. Revista da Faculdade de Direito do Sul de Minas 27(2).

Sandvik KB (2013) Internally Displaced Women as Knowledge Producers and Users in Humanitarian Action: The View from Colombia. Disasters 37(1).

Sandvik KB and Lohne K (2013) The promise and perils of ‘disaster drones’. Humanitarian Exchange Magazine 58.

Sandvik, KB (2011) Blurring Boundaries: Refugee Resettlement in Kampala - between the Formal, the Informal, and the Illegal. The Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 34(1): 11-32.

Schia NN (2013) Being Part of the Parade – “Going Native” in the United Nations Security Council. Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 36(1):138-156. Chicago,Wiley-Blackwell.

Schia NN (2013) Being Part of the Parade – “Going Native” in the United Nations Security Council. In:Political and Legal Anthropology Review (PoLAR) 36 (1): 138-156. Chicago,Wiley-Blackwell.

Schia NN and de Carvalho B (2011) Protection from Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Liberia: A Role for Traditional Justice? ACCORD - Conflict Trends 1:38-42.

Suhrke A (2013) Afghanistan Seen Trough Different Lenses. International Studies Review 15(2):1-4.

Suhrke A (2014) ‘Human Security 15 Years after Lyøsen: The Case against Drone Killings‘, Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 2 (2), pp. 185-198.

Suhrke A (2015) ‘From Principle to Practice: US Military Strategy and Protection of Civilians in Afghanistan‘, International Peacekeeping, 22 (1), pp. 1-19.

Tønnessen L (2008) Gendered Citizenship in Sudan: Competing Debates on Family Laws among Northern and Southern Elites in Khartoum. Journal of North African Studies 13(4): 455-469.

Tønnessen L (2009) Democratizing Islam and Islamizing democracy: An inquiry into Hasan al-Turabi’s conception of Shura in light of Western democratic theory. Nordic Journal of Human Rights 27(3): 313-329.

Tønnessen L (2010) Is Islam a threshold for escape or an insurmountable barrier? Women bargaining with patriarchy in post-Islamist Sudan. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 30(3): 583-594.

Tønnessen L (2011) Beyond numbers? Women’s 25% parliamentary quota in post-conflict Sudan. Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development 17: 43-62.

Tønnessen L (2011) Feminist interlegalities and gender justice in Sudan: The debate on CEDAW and Islam. Religion and Human Rights: An International Journal 6(1): 25-39.

Tønnessen L (2013) Why Female Parliamentarians do not Pass Women-Friendly Laws: Women’s Quota in Authoritarian Sudan. Women’s Studies International Forum 41(2) (November-December 2013):122-131

Tønnessen L (forthcoming) When Rape Becomes Politics: Negotiating Islamic Law Reform in Sudan. In: Women’s Studies International Forum.

Wimpelmann T (2013) Between governance and counterinsurgency: informal justice and contending sovereignties in Afghanistan. Central Asian Survey - Special Issue: Critical Perspectives on Statebuilding and Transition in Afghanistan.

Wimpelmann T (2013) Nexuses of knowledge and power in Afghanistan: The rise and fall of the informal justice assemblage. Goodhand J & Sedra M (eds.) Central Asian Survey, Special issue on statebuilding and transition in Afghanistan.

Wimpelmann T (2013) The informal justice paradigm and the appropriation of ‘local reality’. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Special Issue on Legal Appropriation: taking of and by law 2.

Young KG and Lemaitre J (2013) The Comparative Fortunes of the Right to Health: Two Tales of Justiciability in Colombia and South Africa. Harvard Human Rights Journal 26: 179-216.


Horst C (2006) Transnational Nomads. How Somalis Cope with Life in the Refugee Camps of Dadaab, Kenya. Oxford/New York: Berghahn.

Neumann IB and Sending OJ (2010) Governing the Global Polity. The University of Michigan Press.

Reid-Henry S (2013) Humanitarianism as liberal diagnostic: humanitarian reason and the political rationalities of the liberal will-to-care. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Rolandsen ØH (2005) Guerrilla Government: Political Changes in the Southern Sudan during the 1990s. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute.

Rolandsen ØH (2009) Land, Security and Peace Building in the Southern Sudan. Oslo: Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).

Rolandsen ØH (2013) Sudan: Beyond Repair? The Role of Foreign Involvement in the Shaping and Implementation of the Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement. In: Eriksson M and Kostic R (eds) Mediation and Liberal Peacebuilding: Peace from the Ashes of War? Routledge.

Suhrke A (2011) When more is less. The international project in Afghanistan. New York/London: Columbia/Hurst.

Suhrke A (2012) Eksperimentet Afghanistan: Det internasjonale engasjementet etter Taliban-regimets fall. Oslo: Spartacus.

Suhrke A and Berdal M (2012) The peace in between. Post-war violence and peacebuilding. London/ N.Y.: Routledge.

Book Chapters

Breidlid, I. M. and J. H. S. Lie (2013). “A Cacophony of Ideas and Practices: UNMIS and the Protection of Civilians in Jonglei State, South Sudan.” in Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending (eds.), The Protection of Civilians in UN peacekeeping. Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden, Nomos: 143-162.

de Carvalho, Benjamin and J. H. S. Lie (2015). “A great power performance: Norway, status and the policy of involvement.” In Benjamin de Carvalho and Iver B. Neumann (eds.), Small States and Status Seeking London, Routledge: 56-72.

Lie, J. H. S. and Benjamin de Carvalho (2013). “Conceptual unclarity and competition: the Protection of Civilians and the Responsibility to Protect.” in Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending (eds.), The Protection of Civilians in UN peacekeeping. Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden, Nomos: 47-62.

Lie, JHS (2016). “Donor driven state formation in Uganda.” In Jörg Wiegratz, Giuliano Martinelli and Elisa Greco (eds.), The making of neoliberal Uganda: The political economy of state and capital after 1986 (London: Zed Books).

Lie, JHS, and Benjamin de Carvalho (2015) “Protection of civilians: Conceptual UNclarity” in Mateja Peter (ed.), United Nations Peace Operations: Aligning Principles and Practice. M. Peter. Oslo, NUPI.

Sending OJ and Stensland A (2013) "Unpacking the “Culture of Protection”: A Political Economy Analysis of UN Protection of Civilians. In: de Carvalho B and Sending OJ (eds) The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden, Nomos, pp. 63-68.

Strand A (2010) Sustained Peacebuilding: The role of NGOs and Researchers. In: Constantinou CM and Der Derian J (eds) Sustainable Diplomacies. New York: Palgrave Macmillian.

Strand A (2013) Perspectives of Local Violence: Revenge, Mediation and Conflict Resolution. In: Schetter C (ed) Local Politics in Afghanistan - A Century of Intervention in the Social Order. London/New York: Hurst and Columbia University Press, pp. 231-244.

Suhrke A and Chaudhary TW (2009) Conflict and Development. In: Haslam PA, Schafer J and Beaudet P (eds) Introduction to International Development. Approaches, Actors and Issues. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.384-405.

Suhrke A and Chaudhary TW (2011) From conflict to peace-building. In: Burnell P, Randall V and Rakner L (eds) Politics in the developing world. (3rd. ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 241-256.

Tønnessen L (2013) Between Sharia and CEDAW in Sudan: Islamist women negotiating gender equity. In: Sieder R and McNeish J (eds) Gender Justice and Legal Pluralities: Latin American and African Perspectives. New York: Routledge-Cavendish.

Wimpelmann T (2012) Beyond the Excombatant: The Political Economies of Violence in Postwar Liberia. In: Berdal M and Suhrke A (eds) The Peace in Between: Post-War Violence and Peacebuilding. Routledge.


de Carvalho, Benjamin, Minda Holm, and Niels Nagelhus Schia (2016) “The Protection of Civilians and UN Security Council Mandates” Policy Brief. Oslo: NUPI.

Hammond L, Awad M, Dagane AI, Hansen P, Horst C, Menkhaus K and Obare L (2011) Cash and Compassion: The Role of the Somali Diaspora in Relief, Development and Peacebuilding. Report of a Study Commissioned By UNDP Somalia.

Horst C (ed.) (2010) Participation of Diasporas in Peacebuilding and Development. A Handbook for Practitioners and Policymakers. PRIO Report 2.

Horst C (ed) (2012) Vulnerability and Protection: reducing risks and promoting security for forced migrants. World Disaster Report 2012. Geneva: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (p. 46–79).

Lidén, Kristoffer & Simon Reid-Henry (2016) What’s in It for Them? Why the Veto Powers All Support Protection of Civilians (And Why They Often Fail to Agree on It), PRIO Policy Brief, 10. Oslo: PRIO.

Lie, JHS (2015) “The humanitarian–development nexus in Northern Uganda”. Policy Brief. NUPI: Oslo.

Reid-Henry S (2011) When Humanitarianism Goes Urban. Paper delivered to the Norwegian Red Cross, December 2011.

Sandvik KB (2013) The Risks of Technological Innovation. World’s Disaster Report 2013 - Technology and the Future of Humanitarian Action. IFRC.

Sending, Ole Jacob (2016) “Protecting Organizations, Protecting Civilians” Policy Brief. Oslo: NUPI

Tønnessen L (2012) From impunity to prosecution? Sexual violence in Sudan beyond Darfur. NOREF Report.