King’s Water PhD student Brendan Bromwich served as a guest contributor for the “New Security Beat” blog, writing on his research around land and water in Darfur conflict.
Read his piece, “Violence over Land in Darfur Demands we Look Again at Links between Natural Resources and Conflict”, here. The post, based on a recent article in The International Journal of Water Resources Development, argues that
- The challenge now is to revisit Darfur on its own terms;
- We have two credible but competing narratives; and
- Major transitions are taking place in land use, livelihoods, social structures, and economies across the Sahel.
Read more at the New Security Beat.