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Au Mozambique, une insurrection mystérieuse et meurtrière

Date published - 22/02/2019

Author - Eric Morier-Genoud, Senior Lecturer in African history, Queen's University Belfast

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Tracing the history of Mozambique's mysterious and deadly insurgency

Date published - 18/02/2019

Author - Eric Morier-Genoud, Senior Lecturer in African history, Queen's University Belfast

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Smuggling in the Irish borderlands – and why it could get worse after Brexit

Date published - 11/02/2019

Author - Cathal McCall, Professor of Politics and International Studies, Queen's University Belfast

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Afghanistan: the tensions inside the Taliban over recent US peace talks

Date published - 04/02/2019

Author - Michael Semple, Visiting Research Professor, The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace Security and Justice, Queen's University Belfast

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Tracing the history of Mozambique’s mysterious and deadly insurgency

Lack of information and clashing explanations have led to confusion as to what’s happening in Northern Mozambique and what should be done to reverse the situation says Dr Eric Morier-Genoud.

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Date published - 20/02/2019

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What is the backstop?

The ‘backstop’, the ‘Irish backstop’, the ‘Northern Ireland backstop’, the ‘temporary backstop’, the ‘all-weather backstop’… that ‘bloody backstop’. Everybody has heard of the backstop says Professor David Phinnemore.

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Date published - 18/02/2019

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Afghanistan: the tensions inside the Taliban over recent US peace talks

Afghanistan is still probably a long way away from a peace deal, but the shift in Taliban calculus is a helpful foundation for the next stage of peacemaking says Prof Michael Semple.

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Date published - 18/02/2019

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