Rethinking the Conflict-Poverty Nexus: From Securitising Intervention to Resilience

Chandler, D. 2015. Rethinking the Conflict-Poverty Nexus: From Securitising Intervention to Resilience. Stability: International Journal of Security & Development. 4 (1), pp. 1-14.

TitleRethinking the Conflict-Poverty Nexus: From Securitising Intervention to Resilience
AuthorsChandler, D.
Abstract

We are witnessing nothing less than a revolution in international policy-thinking, with a shift from imagining that international policy-makers can solve development/ security problems through the export or transfer of policy practices or their imposition through conditionality, to understanding that problems should be grasped as emergent consequences of complex social processes which need to be worked with rather than against. This paper, prepared for the 2014 CEPA conference, focuses therefore less on the politicisation and securitisation of questions of conflict and poverty and more on the depoliticisation of questions of conflict and poverty, especially through frameworks of resilience.

JournalStability: International Journal of Security & Development
Journal citation4 (1), pp. 1-14
ISSN2165-2627
Year2015
PublisherUbiquity Press
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.5334/sta.fb
Publication dates
Published17 Mar 2015
LicenseCC BY 4.0

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