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Asiwaju, A. (1997) ‘Borders and Border Regions: Focus on Africa, A Comparative and Multidisciplinary Bibliography,’ Nairobi: U.N. Centre for Regional Development Africa Office.

Büscher, K., & Vlassenroot, K. (2010). 'Humanitarian presence and urban development: new opportunities and contrasts in Goma, DRC.' Disasters, 34(2), 256-273.
Keywords: Goma,D.R.C,NGO

Binford, L. (2003) ‘Migrant Remittances and (Under)Development in Mexico’, Critique of Anthropology, 23(3), pp. 305–336
Keywords: Mexico,remittances

Evans, M. (2003) 'Ni paix ni guerre: the political economy of low-level conflict in the Casamance.' In Collinson, S. (ed.) Power, livelihoods and conflict: case studies in political economy analysis for humanitarian action. Humanitarian Policy Group Report no. 13:  37-52. London Overseas Development Institute. Download

Johnson, Douglas H. (2009) 'Decolonizing the borders in Sudan: ethnic territories and national development', in Mark Duffield & Vernon Hewitt (eds), Empire, Development and Colonialism: The Past in the Present, James Currey: 176-87

Little, P.D. (2005) ‘Unofficial Trade When States are Weak: The Case of Cross-Border Commerce in the Horn of Africa’  Research Paper No. 2005/13 World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University, Helsinki, Finland.

Little, P.D. (2007)   ‘Unofficial Cross-Border Trade in East Africa’,  Workshop on Staple Food Trade and Market Policy Options for Promoting Development in Eastern and Southern Africa, UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, March 1-2 Download

Marcelino, P.F. (2009) 'Postcolonial identity, transition, and challenges to tradition in Cape Verde', in Articulate - Undergraduate Research Applied to International Development, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Fall), East Lansing (MI), Scout Banana / Michigan State University. Download
Keywords: Cape Verde,West Africa,irregular migration,space wars,social change,liminality,postcolonial,hybridity,integration,exclusion

Miles, W.F.S. (2005) “Development, Not Division: Local versus External Perceptions of the Niger-Nigeria boundary.” Journal of Modern African Studies 43:2 (2005), pp. 297-320.

Raeymaekers, T. (2010) Protection for sale? War and the Transformation of Regulation on the Congo–Ugandan Border, Development and Change, 40(4), pp. 563-587.

Stoddard, E. R (1989) “Developmental Stages of U.S.-Mexico Borerlands Studies: Implication for the Study of African Borders” in A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, eds. Borderlands in Africa. Lagos UP
Keywords: Mexico

Walther O. 2012. Traders, agricultural entrepreneurs and the development of cross-border regions in West Africa. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 25(3-4): 123-141.
Keywords: borders,entrepreneurs,West Africa

Wittmayer, J. M. & Büscher, B. (2010) ‘Conserving Conflict? Transfrontier Conservation, Development Discourses and Local Conflict Between South Africa And Lesotho’, Human Ecology, 38, pp. 763–773
Keywords: Lesotho,South Africa,Conflict

Zeller, Wolfgang (2010): 'Illicit Resource Flows in Sugango – Making War and Profit in the Border Triangle of Sudan, Uganda and Congo-DRC', In Henni Alava (ed), Exploring the Security-Development Nexus. Perspectives from Nepal, Northern Uganda and 'Sugango'. 111-130. Helsinki: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Keywords: Uganda,South Sudan,DRC,security,development