R. Maxwell “Max” Bone


Is a Postgraduate at the University of Cambridge where he reads African Studies. His main area of research focuses on political cleavages and grievances of sub-groups can lead to conflict. He has conducted fieldwork in a variety of countries including Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Morocco, among others. He has written on international politics and conflict in sub-Saharan Africa for a wide variety of publications including The Diplomat, The New Humanitarian, African Arguments, The Mail & Guardian, among others. He holds a bachelor’s degree with Honors in International Politics and African Studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University. He is based in Cambridge, England.