The History of African Development, an open-source textbook! Democracy in Africa. June 5, 2023.
Why do different cultures form and persist? The case of Makerere University. Africa at LSE blog. April 17, 2023.
What the 100-year-old Makerere University in Uganda reveals about culture. The Conversation. June 16, 2022.
Why colonial investments persist more in Francophone than Anglophone Africa. Africa at LSE blog. January 25, 2022.
State disengagement as a response to low-level conflict. The Loop, ECPR's Political Science Blog. September 6, 2021.
The study of political elites is gaining ground in HPE. Broadstreet Blog. June 18, 2021.
Colonial-era education can explain regional political inequality in Africa. Africa at LSE blog. April 16, 2021. Cross-posted at Democracy in Africa. April 27, 2021.
The Origins of Colonial Investments in Former British and French Africa Frontiers in African Economic History blog, African Economic History Network (AEHN). April 19, 2021.
Pandemics: Think twice before praising China’s authoritarian response, with Dr. Giovanna Maria Dora Dore. Medium. April 28, 2020. [PDF]
In search of evidence: an investigator's discovery of critical data. Interview by Princeton University, tweeted as Joan Ricart-Huguet explores the roots of political power with his research. January 1, 2018. [PDF]
Old sins cast long shadows: Repressing ballots with batons in Catalonia. The Daily Princetonian. October 12, 2017. [PDF]
Após duas guerras civis em dez anos, Costa do Marfim enfrenta nova crise com velhos personagens, Interview by O Globo (in Portuguese). September 17, 2020. [PDF]
Eleição em Uganda opõe cantor popular a dirigente há 35 anos no poder, Interview by O Globo (in Portuguese). January 14, 2020. [PDF]
Si governa el Trump de la campanya, pot ser la fi de l'imperi econòmic dels Estats Units. Interview by Diari de Girona (in Catalan). November 10, 2016. [PDF]