Publications by Séverine Autesserre
“The Trouble With the Congo: A Precis” and “Seven Commentaries, Three Debates and One Book: The Author's Response.” Book Symposium on “The Trouble With the Congo.” African Security Review 20, no. 2 (June 2011).
“Construire la Paix: Conceptions Collectives de son Etablissement, de son Maintien et de sa Consolidation.” Critique Internationale (2011). Translated by N. Ragaru.
The Trouble With the Congo: Local Violence and the Failure of International Peacebuilding (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010).
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"Hobbes and the Congo—Frames, Local Violence, and International Intervention in the Congo." International Organization (April 2009).
“Peacetime Violence—Post-Conflict Violence and Peace-Building Strategies.” Program on States and Security (November 15, 2010).
"The Trouble with Congo—How Local Disputes Fuel Regional Violence." Foreign Affairs (May/June 2008).
“Penser les Conflits Locaux: L’Echec de l’Intervention Internationale au Congo” (“Understanding Local Conflicts: The Failure of the International Intervention in the Congo”). L’Afrique des Grands Lacs: Annuaire 2007-2008 (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2008).
“D.R. Congo: Explaining Peace Building Failures, 2003–2006.” Review of African Political Economy (September 2007).
“Local Violence, National Peace? Post-war ‘Settlement’ in the Eastern D.R. Congo.” African Studies Review (December 2006).
“Kongo’da siddet ve ölüm kültürü” (“Violence and the Culture of Death in the Congo”), Birikim (Turkey, 2003). Translated by K. Caliskan.
“The United States’ ‘humanitarian diplomacy’ in South Sudan.” Journal of Humanitarian Affairs (January 2002).
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