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Conflict Management and Peace Science

1973 - 2018

From Peace Science Society (International)
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Volume 35, issue 6, 2018

Colombia: Democracy, violence, and the peacebuilding challenge pp. 581-586 Downloads
Thomas E Flores and Juan Vargas
Democracy and civil war: The case of Colombia pp. 587-600 Downloads
Abbey Steele and Livia I Schubiger
Civil conflict and voting behavior: Evidence from Colombia pp. 601-621 Downloads
Jorge Gallego
Determinants of Colombian attitudes toward the peace process pp. 622-636 Downloads
Nicolás Liendo and Jessica Maves Braithwaite
Considering concessions: A survey experiment on the Colombian peace process pp. 637-655 Downloads
Aila M Matanock and Natalia Garbiras-Díaz
Determinants of ex-combatants’ attitudes toward transitional justice in Colombia pp. 656-673 Downloads
Sarah Zukerman Daly

Volume 35, issue 5, 2018

Domestic diversion and strategic behavior by minority groups pp. 427-450 Downloads
Carla Martinez Machain and Leo Rosenberg
Reassessing the democratic advantage in interstate wars using k-adic datasets pp. 451-473 Downloads
Jacob Ausderan
The role and welfare rationale of secondary sanctions: A theory and a case study of the US sanctions targeting Iran pp. 474-502 Downloads
Baran Han
Mass protests and the resource curse: The politics of demobilization in rentier autocracies pp. 503-522 Downloads
Desha M Girod, Megan A Stewart and Meir R Walters
Win, lose, or draw in the fog of civil war pp. 523-543 Downloads
J Michael Greig, T David Mason and Jesse Hamner
Trigger-happy? Military regimes and the timing of conflict pp. 544-558 Downloads
Randolph M Siverson and Richard AI Johnson
The International Border Agreements Dataset pp. 559-576 Downloads
Andrew P Owsiak, Allison K Cuttner and Brent Buck

Volume 35, issue 4, 2018

Globalization and contentious politics: A comparative analysis of nonviolent and violent campaigns pp. 315-335 Downloads
Süveyda Karakaya
The apparatus for violence: Repression, violent protest, and civil war in a cross-national framework pp. 336-354 Downloads
Sam R Bell and Amanda Murdie
To instill fear or love: Terrorist groups and the strategy of building reputation pp. 355-377 Downloads
Seden Akcinaroglu and Efe Tokdemir
Economic sanctions and the dynamics of terrorist campaigns pp. 378-401 Downloads
Elena V McLean, Kaisa H Hinkkainen, Luis De la Calle and Navin A Bapat
Anger, legacies of violence, and group conflict: An experiment in post-riot Acre, Israel pp. 402-423 Downloads
Thomas Zeitzoff

Volume 35, issue 3, 2018

Gendered participation, well-being, and representations in political violence: An introduction pp. 211-214 Downloads
Kelly M Kadera and Sarah Shair-Rosenfield
The social origins of female combatants pp. 215-232 Downloads
Jakana L Thomas and Reed M Wood
The effect of sexual violence on negotiated outcomes in civil conflicts pp. 233-247 Downloads
Tiffany S Chu and Jessica Maves Braithwaite
Painting too “Rosie†a picture: The impact of external threat on women’s economic welfare pp. 248-262 Downloads
Jaroslav Tir and Maureen Bailey
The internationalization of security sector gender reforms in post-conflict countries pp. 263-279 Downloads
Laura Huber and Sabrina Karim
Enforcement of sexual violence law in post-civil conflict societies pp. 280-295 Downloads
Jillienne Haglund and David L Richards
Jihadi brides and female volunteers: Reading the Islamic State’s war to see gender and agency in conflict dynamics pp. 296-311 Downloads
Laura Sjoberg

Volume 35, issue 2, 2018

What explains ethnic organizational violence? Evidence from Eastern Europe and Russia pp. 111-131 Downloads
Victor Asal and Brian J. Phillips
Community counts: The social reintegration of ex-combatants in Colombia pp. 132-153 Downloads
Oliver Kaplan and Enzo Nussio
Historical narratives and post-conflict reconciliation: An experiment in Azerbaijan pp. 154-174 Downloads
Scott Radnitz
Grasping the scientific evidence: The contractualist peace supersedes the democratic peace pp. 175-192 Downloads
Michael Mousseau
Democratic peace versus contractualism pp. 193-203 Downloads
James Lee Ray and Allan Dafoe
Thanks to 2017 reviewers pp. 204-207 Downloads

Volume 35, issue 1, 2018

Are complex game models empirically relevant? pp. 3-17 Downloads
Catherine C. Langlois
Democracies at risk? A forecasting analysis of regime type and the risk of terrorist attack pp. 18-42 Downloads
Christopher Gelpi and Nazli Avdan
Self-interest, partisanship, and the conditional influence of taxation on support for war in the USA pp. 43-64 Downloads
Douglas Kriner, Breanna Lechase and Rosella Cappella Zielinski
The Ethnicity of Refugees (ER): A new dataset for understanding flight patterns1 pp. 65-88 Downloads
Seraina Rüegger and Heidrun Bohnet
Studying the Internet and Violent conflict pp. 89-106 Downloads
Anita R. Gohdes

Volume 34, issue 6, 2017

Oil prices and interstate conflict pp. 575-596 Downloads
Cullen S. Hendrix
Resource wealth as rent leverage: Rethinking the oil–stability nexus pp. 597-617 Downloads
Benjamin Smith
Development, discrimination, and domestic terrorism: Looking beyond a linear relationship pp. 618-639 Downloads
Sambuddha Ghatak and Aaron Gold
Maintaining ethnic dominance: Diversity, power, and violent repression pp. 640-659 Downloads
Lasse Lykke Rørbæk and Allan Toft Knudsen
How ethnic structure affects civil conflict: A model of endogenous grievance pp. 660-679 Downloads
Alexander Kustov

Volume 34, issue 5, 2017

Means to an end: Pro-government militias as a predictive indicator of strategic mass killing1 pp. 461-484 Downloads
Ore Koren
Up in arms! Explaining why ethnic minority organizations form militias in transitioning and post-communist Eurasian countries1 pp. 485-506 Downloads
Victor Asal, Bryan R. Early and Marcus Schulzke
Is collective repression an effective counterinsurgency technique? Unpacking the cyclical relationship between repression and civil conflict pp. 507-525 Downloads
Philip Hultquist
Individual-level expectations of executive authority under territorial threat pp. 526-545 Downloads
Steven V. Miller
Capability revisited: Ally’s capability and dispute initiation1 pp. 546-571 Downloads
Choong-Nam Kang

Volume 34, issue 4, 2017

Diversionary conflict: Demonizing enemies or demonstrating competence? pp. 337-358 Downloads
Kyle Haynes
Enforcing order: Territorial reach and maritime piracy pp. 359-379 Downloads
Ursula Daxecker and Brandon C. Prins
Geographic determinants of indiscriminate violence in civil wars pp. 380-405 Downloads
Sebastian Schutte
The role of international organizations in regime transitions: How IGOs can tie a dictator’s hands pp. 406-430 Downloads
Håvard Mokleiv Nygård
Unfair fights: Power asymmetry, nascent nuclear capability, and preventive conflict pp. 431-455 Downloads
Robert Schub

Volume 34, issue 3, 2017

Does discrimination breed grievances—and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries pp. 217-239 Downloads
Matthias Basedau, Jonathan Fox, Jan H. Pierskalla, Georg Strüver and Johannes Vüllers
From combatants to candidates: Electoral competition and the legacy of armed conflict pp. 240-263 Downloads
Jennifer Raymond Dresden
Trauma and stigma: The long-term effects of wartime violence on political attitudes pp. 264-286 Downloads
Ji Yeon Hong and Woo Chang Kang
The impact of coups d’état on civil war duration pp. 287-307 Downloads
Clayton Thyne
Time is on my side? The impact of timing and dispute type on militarized conflict duration pp. 308-329 Downloads
Shawna K. Metzger
Thanks to 2016 reviewers pp. 330-332 Downloads
The Palmer Prize for CMPS’s Article of the Year pp. 333-333 Downloads

Volume 34, issue 2, 2017

Managing territorial conflict: An introduction to this special issue pp. 121-125 Downloads
Brandon C. Prins, Krista Wiegand, Sambuddha Ghatak and Aaron Gold
From territorial claims to identity claims: The Issue Correlates of War (ICOW) Project pp. 126-140 Downloads
Paul R Hensel and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
External threat and the limits of democratic pacifism pp. 141-159 Downloads
Sambuddha Ghatak, Aaron Gold and Brandon C Prins
Power, territory, and interstate conflict pp. 160-175 Downloads
Sam R. Bell
Border settlement and the movement toward and from negative peace pp. 176-193 Downloads
Andrew P. Owsiak, Paul F. Diehl and Gary Goertz
What they fight for: Specific territorial issues in militarized interstate disputes, 1816–2001 pp. 194-211 Downloads
Douglas M. Gibler

Volume 34, issue 1, 2017

Presidents on the cycle: Elections, audience costs, and coercive diplomacy pp. 3-26 Downloads
Giacomo Chiozza
Rebel constituencies and rebel violence against civilians in civil conflicts pp. 27-51 Downloads
Martin Ottmann
The determinants of domestic right-wing terrorism in the USA: Economic grievance, societal change and political resentment pp. 52-80 Downloads
James A. Piazza
Microfoundations in international relations pp. 81-97 Downloads
Joshua D. Kertzer
Dangerous bargains with the devil? Incorporating new approaches in peace science for the study of war pp. 98-116 Downloads
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
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