How does Privilege Violence explain the world we live in: a conversation with Rachel Kleinfeld

In 2019 we read A Savage Order: How the World's Deadliest Countries Can Forge a Path to Security, a book that changed our view on violence and conflict and was hugely influential not just for us, but most of those working on civil wars worldwide. In her book, Dr Kleinfeld shows that the state weakness theory does not account for most state violence against its citizens. The main question in the book is how certain democracies, which are middle-income countries, currently not in a conflict situation, present high levels of internal violence. Some of ⋙

Interviews, violence, police, corruption, Kenya, South Africa, Brasil, USA

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Contrecarrer l’Extrémisme Violent au Sahel: le Rôle de l’UE en Discussion

Café débat le 14 Janvier 2021, 16h00 - 18h00 (UTC +1 Rome, Bruxelles, Niamey) 15h00-17h00 (UTC Bamako, Dakar) ⋙

Contrecarrer l’Extrémisme Violent au Maghreb: le Rôle de l’UE en Discussion

Café débat le 13 Janvier 2021, 14h00 - 16h00 (UTC +1 Rome, Brussels, Tunis, Rabat), en ligne sur ⋙

Conference on Turkey’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change

9 December 2020 – 9.00-11.15 (CET) – Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies – Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa (online on ⋙

ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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