On this page we post papers authored by our interns. It usually concerns a résumé of a master's dissertation, reworked with editorial advice from IPIS. IPIS wants to offer students or recent graduates the possibility to further develop their research and writing skills in an environment that allows for a more investigative journalistic approach.
The views expressed in these papers do not necessarily reflect the views of IPIS.
|A Taxonomy of Non-State Armed Actors in the Central African Republic|
Jasper Bauters, January 2012
|Conflict Motives in Kenya's North Rift Region|
Jan Van den Broeck, September 2011
|From Kanga to Kitenge: exploring patterns of cultural change in the Kigoma region|
Annelies Smets, May 2011
|MONUC/MONUSCO and Civilian Protection in the Kivus|
Julie Reynaert, February 2011
|Donor Engagement in Fragile States: A Case Study of Donors in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the OECD Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States|
Devin M. Cahill, December 2007
|The legal aspects of the Kimberley Process|
Frans Schram, January 2007
|Vredesoperaties in Rwanda en Congo: Lessen voor het ontwerp van militair-humanitaire interventies (147)|
Alexander Mattelaer, 2006