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Florian Weigand
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Afghanistan’s Taliban–legitimate jihadists or coercive extremists?
F Weigand
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 11 (3), 359-381, 2017
852017
Intervention at risk: the vicious cycle of distance and danger in Mali and Afghanistan
R Andersson, F Weigand
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 9 (4), 519-541, 2015
822015
Investigating the Role of Legitimacy in the Political Order of Conflict-torn Spaces
F Weigand
Security in Transition (SiT), Working Paper, 2015
422015
Institutionalized intervention: The ‘bunker politics’ of international aid in Afghanistan
F Weigand, R Andersson
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 13 (4), 503-523, 2019
312019
Channeling contraband - how states shape international smuggling routes
M Gallien, F Weigand
Security Studies, 2021
262021
Rebel rule of law: Taliban courts in the west and north-west of Afghanistan
A Jackson, F Weigand
ODI Briefing Note, 2020
262020
The Taliban’s war for legitimacy in Afghanistan
A Jackson, F Weigand
Current History 118 (807), 143-148, 2019
242019
Beyond Greed: Why Armed Groups Tax
T Bandula-Irwin, M Gallien, A Jackson, V van den Boogaard, F Weigand
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 2022
172022
Conflict and transnational crime: borders, bullets and business in Southeast Asia
F Weigand
Edward Edgar, 2020
162020
Waiting for Dignity: Legitimacy and Authority in Afghanistan
F Weigand
Columbia University Press, 2022
15*2022
Rethinking armed group control: Towards a new conceptual framework
I Bahiss, A Jackson, L Mayhew, F Weigand
ODI Centre for the Study of Armed Groups, 2022
132022
The Afghan Local Police – Closing the Security Gap?
S Vincent, F Weigand, H Hakimi
Stability: International Journal of Security and Development 4 (1), 1-26, 2015
132015
How can Security Sector Reforms Contribute to State-Building? The Case of the Afghan Police Reform
F Weigand
International Development Working Paper Series 13 (135), 2013
10*2013
Why Did the Taliban Win (Again) in Afghanistan?
F Weigand
LSE Public Policy Review 2 (3), 5: 1-10, 2022
92022
 Understanding agency in civilian-armed group interactions
A Jackson, F Weigand, T Tindall
ODI / Centre on Armed Groups, 2022
62022
Crime and communities: Life under criminal group control 
A Jackson, F Weigand, T Tindall
ODI / Centre on Armed Groups, 2023
32023
The Routledge Handbook of Smuggling
M Gallien, F Weigand
Routledge, 2021
32021
Kabul: Bridging the Gap Between the State and the People
F Weigand
Cities at War: Global Insecurity and Urban Resistance, 53-77, 2020
32020
How the Taliban are losing the peace in Afghanistan
A Jackson, F Weigand
Current History 122 (843), 143-148, 2023
22023
Re-thinking armed group control
I Bahiss, A Jackson, L Mayhew, F Weigand
ODI Center for the Study of Armed Groups. Working Paper. London, 2022
22022
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