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Book Chapters

Felix da Costa, Diana, Pendle, Naomi and Tubiana, Jerome (2022) '‘What is happening now is not raiding, it's war’: The growing politicisation and militarisation of cattle-raiding among the Western Nuer and Murle during South Sudan's civil wars.' In: Bach, Jean-Nicolas, Abbink, Jon and Ancel, Stephane, (eds.), Routledge Handook of the Horn of Africa. London: Routledge.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2017) 'Sudan.' In: Voronkova, Anastasia, (ed.), Armed Conflict Survey 2017. London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, pp. 209-216.

Peter, Mateja and Felix da Costa, Diana (2017) 'UN support in the formation of new states: South Sudan, Kosovo and Timor-Leste.' In: de Coning, Cedric, Aoi, Chiyuki and Karlsrud, John, (eds.), UN Peacekeeping Doctrine in a New Era. Abingdon; New York: Routledge. (Global Institutions)

Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) 'The elusive concept of protection of civilians: A case-study of the United Nations Mission to the Central African Republic and Chad.' In: de Carvalho, Benjamin and Sending, Ole Jacob, (eds.), The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 163-181. (United Nations and Global Change; 7)

Journal Article

Felix da Costa, Diana (2018) '“The mother of South Sudan”: historical imaginings of Boma and its centrality to the SPLM/A struggle.' Sudan Studies Journal. (Forthcoming)

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) 'Invitation withdrawn: humanitarian action, United Nations peacekeeping, and state sovereignty in Chad.' Disasters, 37 (s2). S171-S187.

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) 'UN local peacebuilding and transition in Haiti: case-study field report.' Security in Practice (4).

Felix da Costa, Diana and Karlsrud, John (2011) 'The elusive concept of the protection of civilians – a case-study of the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad (MINURCAT).' Security in Practice (7).

Monographs and Working Papers

Felix da Costa, Diana (2018) Changing power among Murle chiefs: negotiating political, military and spiritual authority. London: Rift Valley Institute.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2018) "To have peaceful coexistence, people need to have full stomachs": Rapid Conflict Assessment in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement, Uganda. Kampala: Danish Refugee Council, Rapid Conflict Assessment.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2017) Dynamics of youth and violence: findings from Rubkona county Unity state. Juba: Danish Refugee Council; Danish Demining Group.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2017) "You may think he is not a human being”: Refugee and host community relations in and around Nduta and Mtendeli refugee camps, western Tanzania. Danish Refugee Council Tanzania.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) ‘We are one, but we are different’: Murle identity and local peacebuilding in Jonglei, South Sudan. Oslo: NOREF Norwegian Centre for Conflict Resolution.

Felix da Costa, Diana, Vester Haldrup, Søren, Karlsrud, John, Rosén, Frederik and Tarp, Kristoffer Nilaus (2013) Civilian capacity in the aftermath of conflict: A case study of OPEN. Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) Friends in need are friends indeed: triangular co-operation and twinning for capacity development in South Sudan. Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies; NOREF Report.

Collinson, Sarah, Duffield, Mark, Berger, Carol, Felix da Costa, Diana and Sandstrom, Karl (2013) Paradoxes of Presence: risk management and aid culture in challenging environments. London: Overseas Development Institute; Humanitarian Policy Group.

de Coning, Cedric and Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) UNMISS County Support Bases: Peacekeeping–Peacebuilding Nexus at Work? Oslo: NUPI Policy Brief; 4-2013.

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) With a little help from my friends: cultural affinity in regional support for capacity development in South Sudan. Oslo: NUPI Policy Brief; 8-2013.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2013) Working in Challenging Environments: Risk Management and Aid Culture in South Sudan – field report. ODI; Humanitarian Policy Group.

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) Casting the net too deep and too wide? UN local peacebuilding-peacekeeping nexus in South Sudan. Oslo: NUPI Policy Brief; 5-2012.

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) Moving towards local level peacebuilding? Contextualizing early peacebuilding activities to local circumstances: South Sudan case-study field report. NUPI Security in Practice; 5-2012.

Karslrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) Offering the diagnosis, but lacking the medicine: UN local peacebuilding-peacekeeping nexus in Haiti. Oslo: NUPI Policy Brief; 4-2012.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2011) Environmental and socio-economic study of Liquiça District, Timor-Leste. Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional y Desarrollo (AECID).

Theses

Felix da Costa, Diana (2016) 'This word, it is for Murle, not meant for other people': the politics of Murle identity, experiences of violence and of the state in Boma, south Sudan. PhD thesis. SOAS University of London. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25501/SOAS.00026509

Other

Felix da Costa, Diana (2017) 'Letter from Pibor.' Nairobi: Rift Valley Institute.

Karlsrud, John and Felix da Costa, Diana (2012) 'Protection and humanitarian space: a case-study of the UN Mission to the Central African Republic and Chad (MINURCAT).' Humanitarian Practice Network, 44 (July). London: ODI.

Felix da Costa, Diana and Karlsrud, John (2011) 'Navigating Hybrid Political Orders: Balancing Peacebuilding in Chad.' Conflict Trends, 3 . ACCORD. pp. 13-21.

Felix da Costa, Diana and Karlsrud, John (2010) 'A role for Civil Affairs in community conflict resolution? MINURCAT's Intercommunity Dialogue Strategy in eastern Chad.' Humanitarian Practice Network (Sep). London: ODI.

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