Associate Professor, Colgate University
Jacob Mundy is an Associate Professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies program at Colgate University and is currently a Fulbright Scholar in Tunisia for the 2018–19 academic year. His research works at the intersection of critical security studies and political economy in Northern Africa. He is the author of a book on Libya, which will be published by Polity Press this year: http://politybooks.com/bookdetail/?isbn=9781509518722
Unpacking the power plays over Western Sahara
Aug 02, 2022 04:13 am UTC| Politics
The western Mediterranean region has recently witnessed an intensifying set of diplomatic and economic stand-offs between neighbours Morocco, Algeria, and Spain. In 2021, Algiers completely severed its already fractured...
A decade later, no end in sight for Libya’s political transition
Jan 26, 2022 04:37 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics
Two days before Libyans were to go to the ballots for a new interim president on December 24, the countrys election officials finally admitted what had become obvious: the first-round vote would not take place. Citing...
There's no shortage of players in Libya's conflict. But few champions for peace
May 26, 2020 08:41 am UTC| Politics
The year-long battle for Tripoli has been heating up in recent weeks despite widespread calls for a ceasefire during Ramadan and the coronavirus pandemic. As the violence escalates and the number of foreigners involved in...
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