Sunday, November 26, 2017

New Issue: International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 24, no. 5, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Peacekeeping and Data
    • Roger Mac Ginty, Peacekeeping and Data
    • Larissa Fast, Diverging Data: Exploring the Epistemologies of Data Collection and Use among Those Working on and in Conflict
    • Allard Duursma & Róisín Read, Modelling Violence as Disease? Exploring the Possibilities of Epidemiological Analysis for Peacekeeping Data in Darfur
    • Tanja R. Müller & Zuhair Bashar, ‘UNAMID Is Just Like Clouds in Summer, They Never Rain’: Local Perceptions of Conflict and the Effectiveness of UN Peacekeeping Missions
    • Monique J. Beerli, Legitimating Organizational Change through the Power of Quantification: Intra-Organizational Struggles and Data Deviations
    • Suda Perera, To Boldly Know: Knowledge, Peacekeeping and Remote Data Gathering in Conflict-Affected States
    • Allard Duursma, Counting Deaths While Keeping Peace: An Assessment of the JMAC's Field Information and Analysis Capacity in Darfur