Robert Kluijver

Doctor associated with the Centre for International Research (CERI) of Sciences Po/CNRS. Culturally sensitive analyst of international relations with more than twenty years of experience in conflict or post-conflict development settings, including seven in Afghanistan, seven in various countries of the Middle East and seven in the Horn of Africa. Worked for many different institutions including UN (DPA), EU (EEAS & CSDP), The World Bank, NGOs (MSF, INSO), and donor organisations (Soros, Hivos, Mondriaan). Lecturer at Sciences Po. Polyglot. Academic and field research in the domains of civil society, administration & politics, cultural heritage and contemporary art. Quickly deployed and autonomous.

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Recherches en cours

- Le développement de l'Etat en Afrique (en particulier dans la Corne)
- Les études Somaliennes
- L'intervention internationale dans la théorie des RI
- Les mouvements contre-hégémoniques, y compris jihadistes

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  • Langues

    - Anglais, Français, Néerlandais : langue maternelle
    - Espagnol, Russe, Farsi : niveau avancé
    - Arabe, Somalien, Swahili, Urdu : niveau débutant ou intermédiaire

Publications principales

« Le Somaliland, la démocratie africaine aux 30 ans d’isolement », The Conversation (French edition), 17 January, 2022.

Culture Sector Mapping in the Horn of Africa, 2020-2021, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, 2021.

"Why did Somaliland just suspend cooperation with the UN?", African Arguments, 9 November 2020.

"Al-Shabab Governance", Zomia, 10 July 2019.

"The Artist Giving Stateless Syrians a Voice", The Art Newspaper, London, December 2015.

"Arte y Poder Blando en el Golfo", Afkar/Ideas, Issue #47, October 2015.

Afghan Perceptions on Democracy and Elections, Free and Fair Elections Forum of Afghanistan, Kabul, 2014, 142 p.

Contemporary Art in the Gulf: Contexts and Perspectives, The Farook Printing Press, Dubai, 2013, 146 p.

I am Anything, I am Everything: Ayman Yossri Daydban and the Jeddah Art Scene, Athr Gallery/Al Mohtaraf publishing, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 2012, 63 p.

Borders: Contemporary Middle Eastern Art and Discourse, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, 2010, 140 p.

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