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  • Journal

    Adams, G.

    Honing the proper edge: CERP and the two-sided potential of military-led development in Afghanistan

    2015 - The Economics of Peace and Security Journal

    In-text: (Adams 53-60)

    Your Bibliography: Adams, Greg. "Honing The Proper Edge: CERP And The Two-Sided Potential Of Military-Led Development In Afghanistan." The Economics of Peace and Security Journal 10.2 (2015): 53-60. Web.

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    Böhnke, J. R. and Zürcher, C.

    Aid, minds and hearts: The impact of aid in conflict zones

    2013 - Conflict Management and Peace Science

    In-text: (Böhnke and Zürcher 411-432)

    Your Bibliography: Böhnke, Jan Rasmus, and Christoph Zürcher. "Aid, Minds And Hearts: The Impact Of Aid In Conflict Zones." Conflict Management and Peace Science 30.5 (2013): 411-432. Web.

  • Journal

    Narang, N. and Stanton, J. A.

    A Strategic Logic of Attacking Aid Workers: Evidence from Violence in Afghanistan

    2017 - International Studies Quarterly

    In-text: (Narang and Stanton 38-51)

    Your Bibliography: Narang, Neil, and Jessica A. Stanton. "A Strategic Logic Of Attacking Aid Workers: Evidence From Violence In Afghanistan." International Studies Quarterly 61.1 (2017): 38-51. Web.

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    Narang, N.

    Assisting Uncertainty: How Humanitarian Aid can Inadvertently Prolong Civil War

    2014 - Int Stud Q

    In-text: (Narang 184-195)

    Your Bibliography: Narang, Neil. "Assisting Uncertainty: How Humanitarian Aid Can Inadvertently Prolong Civil War." Int Stud Q 59.1 (2014): 184-195. Web.

  • Journal

    Narang, N.

    Humanitarian Assistance and the Duration of Peace after Civil War

    2014 - The Journal of Politics

    In-text: (Narang 446-460)

    Your Bibliography: Narang, Neil. "Humanitarian Assistance And The Duration Of Peace After Civil War." The Journal of Politics 76.2 (2014): 446-460. Web.

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    Nielsen, R. A., Findley, M. G., Davis, Z. S., Candland, T. and Nielson, D. L.

    Foreign Aid Shocks as a Cause of Violent Armed Conflict

    2011 - American Journal of Political Science

    In-text: (Nielsen et al. 219-232)

    Your Bibliography: Nielsen, Richard A. et al. "Foreign Aid Shocks As A Cause Of Violent Armed Conflict." American Journal of Political Science 55.2 (2011): 219-232. Web.

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    Nunn, N. and Qian, N.

    US Food Aid and Civil Conflict

    2014 - American Economic Review

    In-text: (Nunn and Qian 1630-1666)

    Your Bibliography: Nunn, Nathan, and Nancy Qian. "US Food Aid And Civil Conflict." American Economic Review 104.6 (2014): 1630-1666. Web.

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    Wood, R. M. and Sullivan, C.

    Doing Harm by Doing Good? The Negative Externalities of Humanitarian Aid Provision during Civil Conflict

    2015 - AidData

    In-text: (Wood and Sullivan)

    Your Bibliography: Wood, Reed M., and Christopher Sullivan. "Doing Harm By Doing Good? The Negative Externalities Of Humanitarian Aid Provision During Civil Conflict." AidData July.Working Paper 11 (2015): n. pag. Print.

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    Wood, R. M. and Molfino, E.

    Aiding Victims, Abetting Violence: The Influence of Humanitarian Aid on Violence Patterns During Civil Conflict

    2016 - Journal of Global Security Studies

    In-text: (Wood and Molfino 186-203)

    Your Bibliography: Wood, Reed M., and Emily Molfino. "Aiding Victims, Abetting Violence: The Influence Of Humanitarian Aid On Violence Patterns During Civil Conflict." Journal of Global Security Studies 1.3 (2016): 186-203. Web.

  • Journal

    Zürcher, C.

    What Do We (Not) Know About Development Aid and Violence? A Systematic Review

    2017 - World Development

    In-text: (Zürcher 506-522)

    Your Bibliography: Zürcher, Christoph. "What Do We (Not) Know About Development Aid And Violence? A Systematic Review." World Development 98 (2017): 506-522. Web.

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