Judith Verweijen
Judith Verweijen
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Why we must question the militarisation of conservation
R Duffy, F Massé, E Smidt, E Marijnen, B Büscher, J Verweijen, ...
Biological conservation 232, 66-73, 2019
The volatility of a half-cooked bouillabaisse: Rebel–military integration and conflict dynamics in the eastern DRC
ME Baaz, J Verweijen
African Affairs 112 (449), 563-582, 2013
Selling green militarization: the discursive (re) production of militarized conservation in the Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo
E Marijnen, J Verweijen
Geoforum 75, 274-285, 2016
Military Business and the Business of the Military in the Kivus
J Verweijen
Review of African Political Economy 40 (135), 67-82, 2013
The national army and armed groups in the eastern Congo: Untangling the Gordian knot of insecurity
J Stearns, J Verweijen, M Eriksson Baaz
Usalama Project, 2013
The counterinsurgency/conservation nexus: guerrilla livelihoods and the dynamics of conflict and violence in the Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo
J Verweijen, E Marijnen
The Journal of Peasant Studies 45 (2), 300-320, 2018
Explaining fragmented and fluid mobilization in gold mining concessions in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo
S Geenen, J Verweijen
The Extractive Industries and Society 4 (4), 758-765, 2017
The Ambiguity of Militarization: The complex interaction between the Congolese armed forces and civilians in the Kivu provinces, eastern DR Congo
J Verweijen
Utrecht University, 2015
Understanding armed group proliferation in the eastern Congo
J Verweijen, C Iguma
Usalama Project Briefing Paper, 2015
Stable instability: political settlements and armed groups in the Congo
J Verweijen
Usalama project, 2016
From autochthony to violence? Discursive and coercive social practices of the Mai-Mai in Fizi, eastern DR Congo
J Verweijen
African Studies Review 58 (2), 157-180, 2015
Rebel rule: A governmentality perspective
K Hoffmann, J Verweijen
African Affairs 118 (471), 352-374, 2019
Arbiters with guns: the ambiguity of military involvement in civilian disputes in the DR Congo
M Eriksson Baaz, J Verweijen
Third World Quarterly 35 (5), 803-820, 2014
Confronting the colonial: The (re) production of ‘African’exceptionalism in critical security and military studies
M Eriksson Baaz, J Verweijen
Security Dialogue 49 (1-2), 57-69, 2018
Luddites in the Congo? Analyzing violent responses to the expansion of industrial mining amidst militarization
J Verweijen
City 21 (3-4), 466-482, 2017
Armed mobilisation and the nexus of territory, identity, and authority: the contested territorial aspirations of the Banyamulenge in eastern DR Congo
J Verweijen, K Vlassenroot
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 33 (2), 191-212, 2015
Between Integration and Disintegration: the erratic trajectory of the Congolese army
M Eriksson Baaz, J Verweijen
Social Science Research Council: DR Congo Affinity Group, 2013
Mai-Mai Yakutumba: resistance and racketeering in Fizi, South Kivu
J Stearns, J Verweijen
Rift Valley Institute, 2013
The disconcerting popularity of popular in/justice in the Fizi/Uvira region, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo
J Verweijen
international journal on minority and group rights 22 (3), 335-359, 2015
Banyamulenge: Insurgency and exclusion in the mountains of South Kivu
J Stearns, J Verweijen
Rift Valley Institute, 2013
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