PUBLICATIONS

Books


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Peer-reviewed journal articles

Hagmann, T. and B. Korf (2012), Agamben in the Ogaden: violence and sovereignty in the Ethiopian-Somali frontier, Political Geography 31(4): 205-214.

Hagmann, T. and J. Abbink (2011), Twenty Years of Revolutionary Democratic Ethiopia, 1991 to 2011, Journal of Eastern African Studies 5(4): 579-595.

Emmenegger, R., Keno, S. and T. Hagmann (2011), Decentralization to the Household: expansion and limits of state power in rural Oromiya, Journal of Eastern African Studies 5(4): 733-754.

Hagmann, T. and C. Ifejika Speranza (2010), Introduction. New avenues for pastoral development in sub-Saharan Africa, European Journal of Development Research 22(5): 593-504.

Hagmann, T. and D. Péclard (2010), Negotiating Statehood: dynamics of power and domination in Africa, Development and Change 41(4): 539-562.

Korf, B., Engeler, M. and T. Hagmann (2010), The Geography of Warscape, Third World Quarterly 31(3): 385-399.

Goetschel, L. and T. Hagmann (2009), Civilian Peacebuilding: peace by bureaucratic means?, Conflict, Security and Development 9(1): 55-73.

Hagmann, T. and M. V. Hoehne (2009), Failures of the State Failure Debate: evidence from the Somali territories, Journal of International Development 21(1): 42-57.

Mulugeta, A. and T. Hagmann (2008), Governing Violence in the Pastoralist Space: Karrayu and state notions of cattle raiding in the Ethiopian Awash Valley, Afrika Focus 21(2): 71-87.

Hagmann, T. and A. Mulugeta (2008), Pastoral Conflicts and State-building in the Ethiopian Lowlands, Afrika Spectrum 43(1): 19-37.

Hagmann, T. and M. H. Khalif (2006), State and Politics in Ethiopia's Somali Region since 1991, Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies 6: 25-49. [expanded translation of Hagmann and Khalif 2005]

Hagmann, T. (2005), Beyond Clannishness and Colonialism: understanding political disorder in Ethiopia’s Somali Region, 1991-2004, Journal of Modern African Studies 43(4): 509-536.

Hagmann, T. and M. H. Khalif (2005), La région Somali d'Éthiopie: entre intégration, indépendance et irrédentisme, Politique Africaine 99: 43-62.

Hagmann, T. (2005), Confronting the Concept of Environmentally Induced Conflict, Peace, Conflict and Development 6, 22 pp.


Peer-reviewed book chapters

Tronvoll, K. and T. Hagmann (2012), Introduction: Traditional Authorities and Multi-Party Elections in Ethiopia, In: K. Tronvoll and T. Hagmann (eds), Contested Power in Ethiopia: Traditional Authorities and Multi-Party Elections. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 1-29.

T. Hagmann (2012), Fishing for Votes in the Somali Region: Clan Elders, Bureaucrats and Party Politics in the 2005 Elections, In: K. Tronvoll and T. Hagmann (eds), Contested Power in Ethiopia: Traditional Authorities and Multi-Party Elections. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 61-88.

Hagmann, T. and D. Péclard (2011), Negotiating Statehood: dynamics of power and domination in Africa, In: T. Hagmann and D. Péclard (eds), Negotiating Statehood: Dynamics of Power and Domination in Africa. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 1-23. [reprint of Hagmann and Péclard 2010]

Hagmann, T. and A. Mulugeta (2010), Pastoral Conflicts and State-building in the Ethiopian Lowlands, In: H. Hurni and U. Wiesmann (eds), Global Change and Sustainable Development: A Synthesis of Regional Experiences from Research Partnerships. Bern: Geographica Bernensia, 163-173. [shortened reprint of Hagmann and Mulugeta 2008]

Mason, S., Hagmann, T., Bichsel, C., Ludi, E. and Y. Arsano (2009), Linkages Between Sub-national and International Water Conflicts: the Eastern Nile Basin, In: H. G. Brauch et al. (eds), Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts. Berlin: Springer, 325-334.

Hagmann, T. (2007), Bringing the Sultan Back in: elders as peacemakers in Ethiopia's Somali Region, In: L. Buur and H. M. Kyed (eds), State Recognition and Democratisation in Sub-Saharan Africa. New York: Palgrave, 31-51.


Journal special issues




Essays, editorials and working papers

Goetschel, L. and T. Hagmann (2011), Rethinking Peace, Peace Research and Peacebuilding, In: L. Goetschel (ed), The Politics of Peace: From Ideology to Pragmatism? L. Goetschel. Münster: LIT, 45-60. [earlier version of Goetschel and Hagmann 2009]

Hagmann, T. (2009), Fighting in the Desert? Conflict and resource management in East African drylands, In: D. Péclard (ed), Environmental Peacebuilding: Managing Natural Resource Conflicts in a Changing World. Bern: Swisspeace, 22-31.

International Crisis Group (2009), Ethiopia: ethnic federalism and its discontents, Africa Report N°153, Nairobi/Brussels, 4 September.

Hagmann, T. and M. V. Hoehne (2007), Failed State or Failed Debate? Multiple Somali political orders within and beyond the nation-state, Politorbis 43: 20-26. [earlier version of Hagmann and Hoehne 2009]

Hagmann, T. (2007), The Political Roots of the Current Crisis in Region 5, web forum Crisis in the Horn of Africa. New York: Social Science Research Council.

Hagmann, T. (2006), Ethiopian Political Culture Strikes Back: a rejoinder to J. Abbink, African Affairs 105(421): 605-612.

Hagmann, T. (2005), Challenges of Decentralisation in Ethiopia’s Somali Region, Review of African Political Economy 32(104-105): 449-455.

Hagmann, T. (2002), Analyse des dynamiques conflictuelles résultant de l’accueil des requérants d’asile dans les communes suisses. Constats et causes, Cahier de l’Idheap n° 194, Lausanne: Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP), 150 pp. [MA thesis].

Hagmann, T. and S. Frossard (2000), La réforme de la politique d’asile suisse à travers les mesures d’urgence, Cahier de l’Idheap n° 191, Lausanne: Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP), 78 pp.


Book reviews

Hagmann, T. (2013), William Reno: Warfare in Independent Africa, Civil Wars 15(2): 255-257.

Hagmann, T. (2012), Brenda Chalfin: Neoliberal Frontiers, Public Administration Review 72(1): 153-155.

Hagmann, T. (2010), Kjetil Tronvoll: War and the Politics of Identity in Ethiopia, African Affairs 109(437): 677-679.

Hagmann, T. (2009), Patrick Chabal: The Politics of Suffering and Smiling, International Affairs 85(6): 1283-1284.

Hagmann, T. (2008), Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan: Anthropology and Development, Development and Change 39(2): 333-334.

Hagmann, T. (2007), Christopher Cramer: Civil War is Not a Stupid Thing, Journal of Development Studies 43(6): 1147-1148.

Hagmann, T. (2006), Bruce Kapferer (ed): State, Sovereignty, War, Journal of Peace Research 43(5): 637-638.

Hagmann, T. (2005), From State Collapse to Duty Free Shop: Somalia’s path to modernity, African Affairs 104(416): 525-535.

Hagmann, T. (2004), Günther Baechler et al. (eds): Transformation of Resource Conflicts, African Affairs 103(410): 146-148.

Hagmann, T. (2003), David Carment and Albrecht Schnabel (eds): Conflict Prevention + Andreas Wenger and Daniel Möckli: Conflict Prevention, Millennium: Journal of International Studies 32(3): 716-718.

Hagmann, T. (2003), Siegfried Pausewang et al. (eds): Ethiopia since the Derg, Journal of Modern African Studies 41(4): 668-669.

Hagmann, T. (2003), Ho-Won Jeong (ed): Approaches to Peacebuilding, Millennium: Journal of International Studies 32(1): 179-181.


Selected journalism

Hagmann, T. (2012), Supporting Stability, Abetting Repression, International Herald Tribune 12 July, p. 6.

Hagmann, T. (2010), Äthiopien hungert nach Demokratie, Neue Zürcher Zeitung Nr. 114, 20. Mai, p. 9.

Hagmann, T. (2009), Schweizer Engagement für 'Atalanta' ist heuchlerisch, NZZ am Sonntag Nr. 13, 29. März, p. 21.

Hagmann, T. (2008), Somalia: Twenty Years of Nightmares, Horn of Africa Bulletin 20(7), pp. 4-5.

Hagmann, T. (2007), Traditional Authorities as Partners in Peace-building, KOFF Newsletter Nr. 55 (March), pp. 4-5. deutsch français

Hagmann, T. and R. Leupin (2006), Popsterne am äthiopischen Nachthimmel, Tages-Anzeiger 24. Februar, p. 53.

Terlinden, U. and T. Hagmann (2005), Faking a Government for Somalia, Sub-Saharan Informer 29 July, p. 9.

Hagmann, T. and U. Terlinden (2005), Somalias fiktive Friedensprozesse, Neue Zürcher Zeitung Nr. 114, 20. Mai, p. 9.

Hagmann, T. (2003), Tücken des äthiopischen Föderalismus, Neue Zürcher Zeitung Nr. 158, 11. Juli, p. 5.

Ammann, K. and T. Hagmann (2003), Urnengang als Bewährungsprobe, der überblick 39(1), pp. 78-80.

Hagmann, T. (2002), Der Sudan vor einer weiteren Friedensprobe, Neue Zürcher Zeitung Nr. 104, 7. Mai, p. 7.

Hagmann, T. (2001), Warten auf Recht und Ordnung in Somalia, Neue Zürcher Zeitung Nr. 164, 18. Juli, p. 7.

Hagmann, T. (1998), La transitologie, a contrario 6, pp. 14-15.