Publications & Research

Research and Publications

Ford Institute faculty, students and affiliates are actively engaged in research on enduring problems of political violence, economic development and their effects on people and communities.  Our goal is to inform and influence debates among a diverse audience of academics, analysts and policy makers.

Ford Institute Publication Series

  • Voices of Human Security-Opinion Pieces
    • "Intervention in Syria is a Necessary Assault on State Sovereignty" by Joumana King
    • "Military Intervention in Syria is Not a Viable Policy Option" by Natalie Swabb
  • Policy Briefs
    • "The Responsibility to Protect: Humanitarian intervention or state sovereignty?" by Joumana King
  • Policy Research Report   
    • “Uganda’s Hidden Children: Causes, policies, public perceptions, schools and services provided to children with disadvantages and disabilities in the Republic of Uganda" by Pauline Ann Severn Greenlick and Louis A Picard




 Book Publications

Seybolt, Taylor


Humanitarian Military Intervention
The Conditions for Success and Failure

by Taylor Seybolt




Alfredson, Lisa S.


Creating Human Rights

by Lisa S. Alfredson




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