References – Conflict minerals.

The previous 4 posts are based on conflict minerals and The Congo, and below is a reference list with some links required – if this material is of interest to anybody. 

Blenkinsop, Philip (2016). EU agrees law to curb flow of conflict minerals. Reuters, .

BSR (May 2010). Conflict Minerals and the Democratic Republic of Congo: Responsible Action in Supply Chains, Government Engagement and Capacity Building.

Dranginis, Holly (2016). Point of Origin: Status Report on the Impact of Dodd-Frank 1502 in Congo. The Enough Project.

Enough Project Enough. [online].

Enough Project Progress and Challenges on Conflict Minerals: Facts on Dodd-Frank 1502. [online].

European Commission (2016). EU reaches landmark agreement on conflict minerals regulation. [online].

Kiggins, Ryan David (ed.) (2015). The Political Economy of Rare Earth Elements: Rising Powers and Technological Change. Palgrave Macmillan.

PARKER, Dominic P. and Vadheim, Bryan (2016). Resource Cursed or Policy Cursed? U.S. Regulation of Conflict Minerals and Violence in the Congo*. [online]. Journal of the association of environmental and resource economists, 4 (1),

Reading, Anna (2014). Seeing red:a political economy of digital memory. [online]. Media, culture & society, 36 (6),

Seay, Laura E. (2012). What’s Wrong with DoddFrank 1502?: Conflict Minerals, Civilian Livelihoods, and the Unintended Consequences of Western Advocacy. [online]. Center for global development working paper no.284., or

Usanov, Artur, et al. (2013). Coltan, Congo and Conflict. The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies. (210513).

WOLFE, Lauren (2015). How Dodd-Frank is failing Congo. [online].


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