Niger Delta: Economies of Violence Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley

Niger Delta: Economies of Violence

Working Papers

Working Paper 1

Economies of Violence: Petroleum, Politics and Community Conflict in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Michael Watts, Ike Okonta, and Dimieari Von Kemedi; 2004

Working Paper 2

Human Rights, Violence, and the Oil Complex: Michael Watts; 2004

Working Paper 3

The Sinister Political Life of Community: Economies of Violence and Governable Spaces in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Michael Watts; 2004

Working Paper 4

Oil and Militancy in the Niger Delta: Terrorist Threat or Another Colombia?: Oronto Douglas, Ike Okonta, Dimieari Von Kemedi, and Michael Watts; 2004

Working Paper 5

Oil on Troubled Waters: Dimieari Von Kemedi; 2005

Working Paper 6

Death-Agony of a Malformed Political Order: Ike Okonta; 2005

Working Paper 7

Oli Revisited? Oil and State Violence in Odioma, Brass LGA, Bayelsa State: Elias Courson; 2006

Working Paper 8

Oil and the Urban Question: Fuelling Violence and Politics in Warri: Marcus Leton; 2006

Working Paper 9

The Politics of a Company Town: A Case Study of Eket and Ibeno, Akwa Ibom State: Marcus Leton; 2006

Working Paper 10

Fuelling the Violence: Non-State Armed Actors (Militia, Cults, and Gangs) in the Niger Delta: Dimieari Von Kemedi; 2006

Working Paper 11

Behind the Mask: Explaining the Emergence of the MEND Militia in Nigeria’s Oil-Bearing Niger Delta: Ike Okonta; 2006

Working Paper 12

Social Inclusion of the Disadvantaged Groups : The Challenge for Civil- and Community-Based Organizations in the Niger Delta: Yomi Oruwari; 2006

Working Paper 13

Post-Conflict Peace Building and Democracy in an Oil Region: The Role of Women's Groups in the Niger Delta Region, Nigeria: Yomi Oruwari; 2006

Working Paper 14

Youth in Urban Violence in Nigeria: A Case Study of Urban Gangs from Port Harcourt: Yomi Oruwari; 2006

Working Paper 15

The Burden of Oil: Social Deprivation and Political Militancy in Gbaramatu Clan, Warri South West LGA, Delta State, Nigeria: Elias E. Courson; 2007

Working Paper 16

Petro-Insurgency or Criminal Syndicate?
Conflict, Violence and Political Disorder in the Niger Delta:
Michael Watts, 2008

Working Paper 17

Imperial Oil: The Anatomy of a Nigerian Oil Insurgency: Michael Watts, 2008

Working Paper 18

Sweet and Sour: Michael Watts, 2008

Working Paper 19

Green Governance: The Case of Akassa Community Forests Management and Development Plan: Sofiri Joab-Peterside, 2007

Working Paper 20

Oil Transparency in the Niger Delta: Improving Public Sector Oil Derived Resource Flows and Utilization in Abia State, Nigeria: Sofiri Joab-Peterside, 2007

Working Paper 21

On the Militarization of Nigeria's Niger Delta: The Genesis of Ethnic Militia in Rivers State, Nigeria: Sofiri Joab-Peterside, 2007

Working Paper 22

Blood Oil: The Anatomy of a Petro-Insurgency in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Michael Watts, 2008

Working Paper 23

Tipping Point: Into the Darkness: Michael Watts, 2009

Working Paper 24

Environmental Impact Assessment and Sustainable Development in the Niger Delta: The Gbarain Oil Field Experience. Tari Dadiowei, 2009

Working Paper 25

Crude Politics: Life and Death on the Nigerian Oil Fields Michael Watts, 2009

Working Paper 26

Rethinking Conflict in the Niger Delta: Understanding Conflict Dynamics, Justice and Security Sofiri Joab-Peterside, Doug Porter, Michael Watts, 2012

Working Paper 27

OIL TALK Michael Watts, 2012

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