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The Sectarianism, Proxies and De-sectarianisation (SEPAD) project based at Lancaster University’s Richardson Institute is a collaborative project aimed at understanding the conditions that give rise to sectarian violence and proxy conflicts.

Announcements

Geopolitics: What’s ‘New’ about ‘the New Middle East’? Christopher Phillips - 16th Jun 2021

This essay is part of a SEPAD report reflecting on the Middle East i...

Is Power-Sharing Dead? Some Suggestions for the Way Forward John Nagle - 14th Jun 2021

This essay is part of a SEPAD report reflecting on the Middle East i...

Managing the legacy of ISIS in Iraq and Syria Jacob Eriksson - 10th Jun 2021

This essay is part of a SEPAD report reflecting on the Middle East i...

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