The below is the list of my key research works, which includes peer-reviewed articles, edited volumes with my contributions, and policy documents for different institutions

  • Justin, P.H. (2021). Power and Conviction Analysis in South Sudan: Unpublished consultancy report for the Netherlands-based Mensen met een Missie.
  • Justin, P, H. & Verkoren, W. (2021). Hybrid governance in South Sudan: the negotiated state in practice, Peacebuilding, DOI: 10.1080/21647259.2021.1917186
  • Justin, P. H. (2020). State-building and land conflict in South Sudan, Wageningen University and Research.
  • Justin, P.H,. (2019). Treading a fine line: Aid agencies and local government in South Sudan. Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility (CSRF), Juba, South Sudan.
  • Justin, P. H., & De Vries, L. (2019). Governing unclear lines: Local boundaries as a (re) source of conflict in South Sudan. Journal of Borderlands Studies34(1), 31-46.
  • Kuol, L.B.D., and Logan, S. (2018). The Struggle for South Sudan: Challenges of Security and State formation.
  • Justin, P. H., & van Dijk, H. (2017). Land reform and conflict in South Sudan: evidence from Yei River County. Africa Spectrum52(2), 3-28.
  • Justin, P. H., & Van Leeuwen, M. (2016). The politics of displacement-related land conflict in Yei River County, South Sudan. The Journal of Modern African Studies54(3), 419.
  • Leeuwen, M. V., Kobusingye, D., Justin, P. H., Tchatchoua Djomo, R., & van Dijk, J. W. M. (2016). Post-conflict land governance reform in the African Great Lakes region. Part I-The challenges of post-conflict land reform. ASC Infosheet 30.
  • Leeuwen, M. van, D. Kobusingye, P. H. Justin, R. Tchatchoua Djomo, and J. W. M. van Dijk. (2016). Post-conflict land governance reform in the African Great Lakes region. Part II-Reshuffling land ownership for development. ASC Infosheet 31.
  • Leeuwen, M. V., Kobusingye, D., Justin, P. H., Tchatchoua Djomo, R., & van Dijk, J. W. M. (2016). Post-conflict land governance reform in the African Great Lakes region. Part III-Securing tenure of smallholder peasants. ASC Infosheet 32.
  • Schomerus, M., and Aalen, L., (eds). (2016). Considering the state: Perspectives on South Sudan’s Subdivision and the Federalism Debate. ODI – London and CMI – Bergen.
  • Schomerus, M., Justin, P. H., Kenyi, J.J., McCullough, A., & Pendle, N., (2016). An analysis of the political Economy of sectors in South Sudan. ODI, London, 2016.
  • Justin, P. H. & Kenyi, J. J. (2015) Federalism, Marginalization and Local Geopolitics in Central Equatoria State. Conflict and Cooperation in the Equatorias. Juba, South Sudan: USAID Case Studies Series, 150-172.
  • Justin, P. H. (2015). ‘Local government: the challenges of ethnicity, internal borders and local conflicts in South Sudan’. Paper presented at Conference on Federalism. Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Juba.
  • De Vries, L., & Justin, P. H. (2014). The failure of governance: Understanding South Sudan’s conflict dynamics beyond the political and humanitarian crisis. Politique Africaine, (3), 159-175.
  • Leeuwen, M. V., Justin, P.H., & Kobusingye, D, N., (2013).  Governance off the Ground.  A documentary produced as part of the research programme ‘Grounding Land Governance’.
  • Justin, P.H., & Ali, D.G., (2011). Oil-induced changes on land use patterns in Melut County in South Sudan: Sudan Oil Industry after the referendum.The European Coalition on Oil in Sudan and the Sudan Council of Churches. March 2011.
  • Justin, P.H (2000). Agroforestry as an Environmental Approach in Developing Countries, with special reference to Sudan. Dissertation submitted to IHE Delft in partial fulfilment for the requirement of a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science and Technology – unpublished.
  • Justin, P.H. (1995). Ten Years’ Plan for the management of Benldong Forest. A dissertation submitted to the University of Juba in partial fulfilment for the requirement of Bachelor of Science with honours in Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, Forest. Unpublished.


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