James R. Mancham Peace and Diplomacy Research Institute

Publications

Academic Publications

Hardy, D. ‘Challenges of Indian Ocean governance: the context of Seychelles’, pp. 170-189, The Blue Economy: Handbook of the Indian Ocean Region, eds. V.N. Attri and N. Bohler-Muller, Africa Institute of South Africa, 2018.

Hardy, D. Review of Maritime Governance and South Asia: Trade, Security and Sustainable Development in the Indian Ocean, edited by Jivanta Schöttli, World Scientific Publishing, 2018, in Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, Vol 14, Issue 3, 2018.

Hardy, D. ‘Seychelles and China: A small island state in a global sea’, invited paper and presentation, CNA Washington Multinational Conference on China and the Indian Ocean, June 2019.

Hardy, D. ‘Repositioning the Bay of Bengal: Implications of regional change’, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, Vol. 15, Issue 3, 2019, pp.265-280.

Hardy, D. ‘Places of peace: utopia and a world without war’, International Journal on World Peace, Vol. XXXVI, No.4, December 2019.

Hardy, D. ‘Ocean organizations: making sense of a myriad’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.1, No.2, 2019.

Hardy, D. ‘Seychelles: Small island state in a troubled sea’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.2, No.1, 2020.

Hardy, D. Review of Travelling Pasts: The politics of cultural heritage in the Indian Ocean world. Seychelles Research Journal, eds. Schnepel, B. and Sen, T., Vol.2, No.1, 2020.

Hardy, D. ‘Will you eat rice tomorrow? Food security and globalization’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.2, No.2, 2020.

Benoit, D. ‘Addressing human rights violations: the truth, reconciliation and national unity process in Seychelles’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.2, No.2, 2020.

Hardy, D. ‘Seychelles faces a foreign investment dilemma’, The Strategist, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2 December 2020.

Benoit, D. (2020). ‘Addressing alleged human rights violations: The truth, reconciliation and national unity process in Seychelles’. Seychelles Research Journal, 2(2), 145-153.

Hardy, D. ‘Food security, small island states and globalization: the example of Seychelles’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.3, No.1, February 2021.

Hardy, D. ‘Mahatma Gandhi and his intentional communities’, International Journal on World Peace, Vol. XXXVIII, No.1, March 2021.

Hardy, D. ‘AUKUS: Redrawing the geopolitical map’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.3, No.2, August 2021.

Benoit, D. (2021). Ocean-based sustainable development-challenges and opportunities for Seychelles. Journal of Indian Ocean Studies, 29(3), 211-219. https://doi.org/10.32381/JIOS.2021.29.03.3

Benoit D. (2021). The Seychelles: A Historical Perspective. Diplomacy & Beyond Plus.

Hardy D., & Benoit D. (2021). Seychelles: friend of all, enemy of none. Diplomacy & Beyond Plus.

Hardy, D. ‘Will India try again for a military base in Seychelles?’, The Diplomat, July 2022. https://thediplomat.com/2022/07/will-india-try-again-for-a-military-base-in-seychelles/

Hardy, D., with Wang Donxia, Orient and Ocean: The Chinese Community in Seychelles, Blue Gecko Books, 2022.

Benoit, D. 2022. How is Seychelles dealing with its past? Expectations and realities. Seychelles Research Journal, 4(1): 50-61

Hardy, D. ‘The intriguing relationship of Seychelles and India’, Institute of Social and Cultural Studies, Kolkata (in press).

Hardy, D., review for Planning Perspectives: Julia Winckler, Fabricating Lureland, Oldenbourg: De Gruter, 2022 (in press).

Hardy, D. ‘Sovereignty and Seychelles: Borders and boundaries in a small island state’, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.5, No.1, February 2023 (in press).

Hardy, D., review of Kiyala, J.C.K. and Harris G.T., eds. (2022) Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Anthropocene, Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature, Seychelles Research Journal, Vol.5, No.1, February 2023 (in press).

Hardy, D. ‘Seychelles: ‘The engagement of a small island state with major powers in
the Indian Ocean’, chapter in Made for multipolarity: The Indian Ocean’s strategic future, eds. Medcalf, R. and Brewster, D., Oxford University Press (in press)

Benoit D. Gender-based violence in Seychelles: the role of civil society actors in responding to the ‘shadow pandemic’. Routledge: UK (in press)

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