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Journal of Peace Research

1964 - 2020

From Peace Research Institute Oslo
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Volume 57, issue 6, 2020

Innovations in concepts and measurement for the study of peace and conflict pp. 669-678 Downloads
Christopher J Fariss and James Lo
What states want: Estimating ideal points from international investment treaty content pp. 679-691 Downloads
Florencia Montal, Carly Potz-Nielsen and Jane Lawrence Sumner
How and how much does expert error matter? Implications for quantitative peace research pp. 692-700 Downloads
Kyle L Marquardt
Territorial control in civil wars: Theory and measurement using machine learning pp. 701-714 Downloads
Therese Anders
Using practitioner surveys to measure human rights: The Human Rights Measurement Initiative’s civil and political rights metrics pp. 715-727 Downloads
K Chad Clay, Ryan Bakker, Anne-Marie Brook, Daniel W Hill and Amanda Murdie
A latent variable approach to measuring wartime sexual violence pp. 728-739 Downloads
Jule Krüger and Ragnhild Nordås
Is the NPT unraveling? Evidence from text analysis of review conference statements pp. 740-751 Downloads
Miriam Barnum and James Lo
Terrorism and internet censorship pp. 752-763 Downloads
Stephen A Meserve and Daniel Pemstein
Hot under the collar: A latent measure of interstate hostility pp. 764-776 Downloads
Zhanna Terechshenko
Measuring institutional variation across American Indian constitutions using automated content analysis pp. 777-788 Downloads
Rebecca Cordell, Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, Florian G Kern and Laura Saavedra-Lux
Continuous recognition: A latent variable approach to measuring international sovereignty of self-determination movements pp. 789-800 Downloads
R Joseph Huddleston
Estimating one-sided-killings from a robust measurement model of human rights pp. 801-814 Downloads
Christopher J Fariss, Michael R Kenwick and Kevin Reuning

Volume 57, issue 5, 2020

Peace for our time? Examining the effect of power-sharing on postwar rebellions pp. 617-631 Downloads
Martin Ottmann
International support networks and the calculus of uprising pp. 632-647 Downloads
Jaime A Jackson, Belgin San-Akca and Zeev Maoz
Overlapping international human rights institutions: Introducing the Women’s Rights Recommendations Digital Database (WR2D2) pp. 648-657 Downloads
Jillienne Haglund and Courtney Hillebrecht
Action or inaction: United Nations Security Council activity, 1994–2013 pp. 658-665 Downloads
Susan Hannah Allen and Amy T Yuen

Volume 57, issue 4, 2020

Some left to tell the tale: Finding perpetrators and understanding violence in Rwanda pp. 507-520 Downloads
Cyanne E Loyle and Christian Davenport
Trust in the aftermath of genocide: Insights from Rwandan life histories pp. 521-535 Downloads
Bert Ingelaere and Marijke Verpoorten
Wartime ties and the social logic of crime pp. 536-550 Downloads
Sarah Zukerman Daly, Laura Paler and Cyrus Samii
Bargaining under polarization: The case of the Colombian armed conflict pp. 551-563 Downloads
Sigifredo Laengle, Gino Loyola and David Tobón-Orozco
Transnational terrorism and restrictive immigration policies pp. 564-580 Downloads
Marc Helbling and Daniel Meierrieks
Defending core values: Human rights and the extradition of fugitives pp. 581-596 Downloads
Asif Efrat and Abraham L Newman
Organized violence, 1989–2019 pp. 597-613 Downloads
Therése Pettersson and Magnus Öberg

Volume 57, issue 3, 2020

Rainfall shocks and intimate partner violence in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 377-390 Downloads
Sara Cools, Martin Flatø and Andreas Kotsadam
Mobilizing civilians into high-risk forms of violent collective action pp. 391-405 Downloads
Vera Mironova and Sam Whitt
Territorial disputes and individual willingness to fight pp. 406-421 Downloads
Nam Kyu Kim
The conditional effect of audiences on credibility pp. 422-436 Downloads
Matthew Hauenstein
The logic of transnational outbidding: Pledging allegiance and the escalation of violence pp. 437-451 Downloads
Megan Farrell
To condone, condemn, or ‘no comment’? Explaining a patron’s reaction to a client’s unilateral provocations pp. 452-465 Downloads
Jeehye Kim and Jiyoung Ko
Negotiating justice: Ceasefires, peace agreements, and post-conflict justice pp. 466-481 Downloads
Joseph M Cox
Introducing the Strategies of Resistance Data Project pp. 482-491 Downloads
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham, Marianne Dahl and Anne Frugé
Tracking organizations in the world: The Correlates of War IGO Version 3.0 datasets pp. 492-503 Downloads
Jon CW Pevehouse, Timothy Nordstrom, Roseanne W McManus and Anne Spencer Jamison

Volume 57, issue 2, 2020

The Nils Petter Gleditsch JPR Article of the Year Award, 2019, goes to Emily Kalah Gade, Mohammed M Hafez & Michael Gabbay pp. 219-219 Downloads
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The JPR Best Visualization Award 2019 goes to Stijn van Weezel pp. 220-220 Downloads
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Statistical sightings of better angels: Analysing the distribution of battle-deaths in interstate conflict over time pp. 221-234 Downloads
Céline Cunen, Nils Lid Hjort and Håvard Mokleiv Nygård
The quality of terrorist violence: Explaining the logic of terrorist target choice pp. 235-250 Downloads
Sara MT Polo
Does cultural proximity contain terrorism diffusion? pp. 251-264 Downloads
Tobias Böhmelt and Vincenzo Bove
Temperatures, food riots, and adaptation: A long-term historical analysis of England pp. 265-280 Downloads
Alexander De Juan and Tim Wegenast
The hunger games: Food prices, ethnic cleavages and nonviolent unrest in Africa pp. 281-296 Downloads
Luke Abbs
Negotiating peacekeeping consent: Information and peace outcomes pp. 297-311 Downloads
Amy Yuen
Buying blue helmets: The role of foreign aid in the construction of UN peacekeeping missions pp. 312-328 Downloads
Andrew Boutton and Vito D’Orazio
Police integration and support for anti-government violence in divided societies: Evidence from Iraq pp. 329-343 Downloads
Matthew Nanes
Crimea come what may: Do economic sanctions backfire politically? pp. 344-359 Downloads
Mikhail A Alexseev and Henry E Hale
Mapping blue helmets: Introducing the Geocoded Peacekeeping Operations (Geo-PKO) dataset pp. 360-370 Downloads
Deniz Cil, Hanne Fjelde, Lisa Hultman and Desirée Nilsson
2019 Reviewers pp. 371-373 Downloads
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Volume 57, issue 1, 2020

Electoral violence: An introduction pp. 3-14 Downloads
Sarah Birch, Ursula Daxecker and Kristine Höglund
Dangerously informed: Voter information and pre-electoral violence in Africa pp. 15-29 Downloads
Inken von Borzyskowski and Patrick M Kuhn
Raising the stakes: Land titling and electoral stability in Kenya pp. 30-45 Downloads
Kathleen Klaus
Carrots and sticks: Experimental evidence of vote-buying and voter intimidation in Guatemala pp. 46-61 Downloads
Ezequiel Gonzalez-Ocantos, Chad Kiewiet de Jonge, Carlos Meléndez, David Nickerson and Javier Osorio
Who dissents? Self-efficacy and opposition action after state-sponsored election violence pp. 62-76 Downloads
Lauren E Young
Does electoral violence affect vote choice and willingness to vote? Conjoint analysis of a vignette experiment pp. 77-92 Downloads
Roxana Gutiérrez-Romero and Adrienne LeBas
Pre-election violence and territorial control: Political dominance and subnational election violence in polarized African electoral systems pp. 93-110 Downloads
Michael Wahman and Edward Goldring
Electoral violence and the legacy of authoritarian rule in Kenya and Zambia pp. 111-125 Downloads
Johan Brosché, Hanne Fjelde and Kristine Höglund
The effect of alternation in power on electoral intimidation in democratizing regimes pp. 126-139 Downloads
Rubén Ruiz-Rufino and Sarah Birch
Political party strength and electoral violence pp. 140-155 Downloads
Hanne Fjelde
Unequal votes, unequal violence: Malapportionment and election violence in India pp. 156-170 Downloads
Ursula Daxecker
Patterned pogroms: Patronage networks as infrastructure for electoral violence in India and Indonesia pp. 171-184 Downloads
Ward Berenschot
Restrained or constrained? Elections, communal conflicts, and variation in sexual violence pp. 185-198 Downloads
Jana Krause
Mitigating election violence locally: UN peacekeepers’ election-education campaigns in Côte d’Ivoire pp. 199-216 Downloads
Hannah Smidt
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