- Steven King
These references supplement the Knowledge Base Essay, Development and Conflict Theory.
Additional Explanations of the Underlying Concepts:
Online (Web) Sources
von Meijenfeldt, Roel. Comprehensive Development Framework and Conflict-affected Countries.
Available at: Primary Link
This paper seeks to identify the major challenges or issues in applying Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF) principles in conflict-affected countries. This paper is an initial contextual desk study based on World Bank in-house interviews. The paper asserts that the four CDF principles (ownership, comprehensive analysis, accountability for development results and partnership) are indeed applicable for assistance to countries in or at risk of violent conflict. -From Abstract
Overton, John. Development in Chaos?. Institute of Development Studies (IDS).
Available at: http://www.devnet.org.nz/conf/Papers/Overton.pdf
"This paper will examines the idea of development in the context of conflict and disorder and looks at the relationship between development, peace and the state. It also reflects on how such conceptions of development might contrast with conventional definitions of development as an ordered, rational and programmed strategy." -From Article
Offline (Print) Sources
"Journal of Peacebuilding and Development." , 1900.
The Journal of Peacebuilding and Development (JPD) is a new tri-annual, refereed journal for practitioners, activists, policymakers and academics that wish to share critical thinking and constructive action on issues at the intersections of conflict, development, and peace.
Tschirgi, Necla. "Making a Case for a Regional Approach to Peacebuilding." Journal of Peacebuilding & Development 1:1, 2002.
The author argues that a regional conflict lens will lead to more effective peacebuilding.
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). Reconciliation: Theory and Practice for Development Cooperation. Stockholm: Sida, 2003.