Authors Dipali Mukhopadhyay and Kimberly Howe have received the American Political Science Association (APSA) 2024 Human Rights Section Best Book runner-up award for their book, Good Rebel Governance. The APSA…

According to the United Nations’ annual Global Report on Food Crises, 281.6 million people faced acute hunger in 2023. The UN has also raised the alarm about imminent food and…

In a paper published in Economics & Politics, Allison Carnegie and co-authors, including Kimberly Howe, examine the impact of foreign aid on governance by non-state actors, specifically rebels. The study…

Giving birth during adolescence is linked to a variety of negative health, social, and economic outcomes for both mothers and their children. Conflict, displacement, and humanitarian crises — which disproportionately…

In Somalia, approximately 3.2 million people are experiencing crisis levels of food insecurity, and approximately 800,000 people are experiencing more severe emergency levels of food insecurity. Overall, child wasting has…

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