|Journal of Conflict, Security and Development|
|Sunday, 08 March 2009 08:08|
Conflict, Security and Development (CSD) is an academic, peer-reviewed journal launched in 2000 by CSDG. The journal bridges traditional development and security studies and provides analysis of the critical policy challenges facing countries in the Global South.
Dylan Hendrickson, King's College London
Catherine Carney, King's College London
CSD is published four times a year by Routledge. For further information on subscribing to the journal, click here
The following articles were written by CSDG staff and associates and are made available here by Taylor and Francis for a wider audience:
By Chris Smith
By Dylan Hendrickson
By Nicole Ball
Windows of Opportunity for Conflict Prevention: Responding to Regional Conflict in West Africa
By 'Funmi Olonisakin
Democratizing Security Sector Governance in West Africa: Trends and Challenges
By Alan Bryden, Boubacar N'Diaye and 'Funmi Olonisakin
By Robert Picciotto
By Adedeji Ebo
By Michael Clarke
Youths in the interface of development and security.
By Olawale Ismail and Abiodun Alao
The role of security sector reform in sustainable development: donor policy trends and challenges.
By Adedeji Ebo
Gender, security and development.
By Marsha Henry
Challenging the discourse on fragile states.
By Eka Ikpe
The governance of global security and development: convergence, divergence and coherence.
By Randolph Kent
Intervening in conflict: the policy issues.
By John Mackinlay
Environmental security and development.
By Alexis Rwabizambuga
Articles can also be accessed via the general issues list: click here