Here is a link to my current CV.

Recent Writing:

Martin, P. "Security Sector Reform and Civil-Military Relations in Postwar Côte d'Ivoire." Forthcoming in African Affairs. Link here.

De Kadt, D., Lieberman, E., and Martin, P. "South Africa's Healthy Democracy: Why Zuma's Resignation is a Good Sign." Foreign Affairs (February 20, 2018). Link here.

Martin, P., Piccolino, G. and Speight, J. "Le conséquence d'une gouvernance rebelle: enquête au nord de la Côte d'Ivoire." Bulletin FrancoPaix, Vol. 3, no. 1 (January 2018), pp. 1-7. Link here.

Lieberman, E., Martin, P. and McMurry, N. “Politicians’ perspectives on voice and accountability: Evidence from a survey of South African local councillors.” Research Report, Making All Voices Count (December 2017). Link here.   

Martin, Philip A. “Why Zimbabwe’s Military Abandoned Mugabe.” Foreign Affairs (November 17, 2017). Link here.

Martin, Philip A., Piccolino, Giulia and Speight, Jeremy. "Rebel Networks' Deep Roots Cause Concerns for Côte d'Ivoire Transition." The Global Observatory, International Peace Institute (October 12, 2017). Link here.

Martin, Philip A. “Why Zimbabwe’s Military Sticks with Mugabe.” Foreign Affairs (September 12, 2016). Link here.

De Kadt, D., Lieberman, E., Martin, P. and McMurry, N. “Here are four reasons that South Africa’s ANC lost ground in this month’s elections.” The Washington Post, Monkey Cage (August 12, 2016). Link here.