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Dr Marco JowellAbout
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Jowell, Marco. Uganda Country Profile. Providing for Peacekeeping, International Peace Institute and George Washington University, 13th February 2014.
Beswick, Danielle and Marco Jowell. Rwanda Country Profile. Providing for Peacekeeping, International Peace Institute and George Washington University, 17th March 2014.
Jowell, Marco. “The Unintended Consequences of Foreign Military Assistance in Africa: An Analysis of PSO Training Centres” African Government Forces, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden, 1-2 December 2014. Working Paper.
Emmanuel Fanta and Marco Jowell. “Regionalising Peace and Security in Eastern Africa: Elusive Dream or Credible Hope.” International Studies Association (ISA), New York, USA, Feb 15-18 2009, Working Paper.