I’ve reviewed and blurbed several books in the last few months. They’re all excellent – very different from one another while grappling with a set of fundamental questions around order and violence. Check them out:
Review of Shivaji Mukherjee’s Colonial Institutions and Civil War: Indirect Rule and Maoist Insurgency in India in Pacific Affairs.
Review of Megan Stewart’s Governing for Revolution: Social Transformation in Civil War as part of an H-Diplo/ISSF roundtable.
Blurb for Rachel Schwartz’s Undermining the State from Within: The Institutional Legacies of Civil War in Latin America.
Blurb for Jason Stearns’ The War That Doesn’t Say Its Name: The Unending Conflict in the Congo.
Blurb for Niloufer Siddiqui’s Under the Gun: Political Parties and Violence in Pakistan.