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Joshua Craze
Researcher
Human Security Baseline Assessment for Sudan and South Sudan
Joshua Craze
Chicago, USA

Areas of Expertise


Political Violence
Joshua Craze
Researcher
Human Security Baseline Assessment for Sudan and South Sudan
Joshua Craze
Chicago, USA

Bio

Joshua Craze is a Harper Fellow at the University of Chicago. He has worked on Sudan and South Sudan as an anthropologist and researcher since 2010. With Small Arms Survey, his publications include: (with Jérôme Tubiana) A State of Disunity: Conflict Dynamics in Unity State, 2013-15 (HSBA Working Paper 42, Geneva: Small Arms Survey, December 2016); Legitimacy, Exclusion, and Power: Taban Deng Gai and the future of the South Sudan peace process (HSBA Issue Brief 25, Geneva: Small Arms Survey, 15 December 2016), and Contested Borders: Continuing Tensions over the Sudan-South Sudan Border (HSBA Working Paper 34, Geneva: Small Arms Survey, November 2014). Since the conflict in South Sudan began in December 2013, he has also written regular Facts & Figures updates on the war. In South Sudan, he has also worked as a researcher with Human Rights Watch. His work on South Sudan has also been published by the British Guardian, Chimurenga, and Creative Time Reports, amongst other venues. He regularly briefs the media, NGOs, and governments, on the situation in South Sudan.
Languages spoken
English

Areas of Expertise

 
Armed Actors
Armed Conflict
 

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Regions

Countries