Memory and Conflict Resolution
Rwanda – South Africa – Franco-Algerian and Franco-German cases
Politics of Memory
– Far away and so close: Former colonial powers and the management of political crises in their former colonies, special issue of the European Journal of International Studies, in press.
– Time and reconciliation. Dealing with festering wounds, International Journal of Humanitarian Action, to be published in the first issue of the Journal, 2015.
– The Causal Pattern of Collective Memory in a Community Conflict: ‘Constant Causes’ in the Belgium Case, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 20 (4), 2014, pp. 393-414.
– Is Reconciliation negotiable ?, International Negotiation, n° 18, 2013, pp. 471-493.
– Post-conflict Reconciliation ? A humanitarian myth ?, in P. Gibbons and H.-J. Heintze (eds.), The Humanitarian Challenge, Rotterdam, Springer, (in press), 15 p.
– The unforgiving. Reflections on the resistance to forgiveness after atrocity, in Alexander Hirsch (ed.), Theorizing post-conflict reconciliation : Agonism, restitution and repair, New York, Routledge, 2013, pp. 115-130 (with Thomas Brudholm).