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Dr Jon Lunn is a Guest Teacher in the Department of International Development at LSE. A historian by training, Jon secured a PhD from Oxford University for a study of the colonial railway system in the Rhodesias in 1987, publishing it as a monograph in 1997 as Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, 1890-1947. His research since then has been mainly in the context of policy or advocacy work for a wide range of organisations, most recently for the UK House of Commons Research Service, where he provides briefings on international affairs and international development issues for Members of Parliament and their staff.
Kashmir: the effects of revoking Article 370 (August 2019)
UK aid: frequently asked questions (May 2019)
The Anglophone Cameroon crisis: April 2019 update
Prospects for the second US-North Korea summit (February 2019)
Somalia: January 2019 update
Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, 1890-1947 (Palgrave Macmillan, 1997)
African History; African politics; international development; Asian politics; UK foreign policy
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