Publications

  • Justin, P. H., & van Dijk, H. (2017). Land Reform and Conflict in South Sudan: Evidence from Yei River County. Africa Spectrum, 52(2), 3-28.
  • Justin, P. H., & De Vries, L. (2017). Governing Unclear Lines: Local Boundaries as a (Re) source of Conflict in South Sudan. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 1-16.
  • Justin, P. H., & van Leeuwen, M. (2016). The politics of displacement-related land conflict in Yei River County, South Sudan. The Journal of Modern African Studies54(03), 419-442.
  • Schomerus, M., Lareike. Aalen, L., (eds). (2016). Considering the state: Perspectives on South Sudan’s Subdivision and the Federaliam Debate. ODI – London and CMI – Bergen.
  • Justin, P. H. (2015). ‘Local government: the challenges of ethnicity, internal borders and local conflicts in South Sudan’. Paper presented at: Conference on Federalism, Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Juba.
  • Justin, P.H. & Kenyi, J.J. (2015). Federalism, Marginalization and Local Geopolitics in Central Equatoria State: conflict and cooperation in the Equatorias. USAID Case Studies Series 150 – 172.
  • De Vries, L. & Justin, P.H. (2014):  Un mode de gouvernement mis en échec: dynamiques de conflit au Soudan du Sud, au-delà de la crise politique et humanitaire.” Politique africaine 3 (2014): 159-175. (A failure of governance: Understanding South Sudan’s conflict dynamics beyond the political and humanitarian crisis).
  • Van Leeuwen, M., Justin,P.H., & Kobusingye, D, N., (2013).  Governance off the Ground.  Documentary produced as part of the research programme ‘Grounding land Governance’; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkG_g3h_5Og
  • Justin, P.H., & Ali, D.G., (2011).  Oil induced changes in land use patterns in the Melut area: Sudan Oil Industry after the referendum.  The European Coalition on Oil in Sudan and the Sudan Council of Churches.  March 2011.
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