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Journal of Peace Research

1964 - 2023

From Peace Research Institute Oslo
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Volume 60, issue 6, 2023

International prices and continuing conflict: Theory and evidence from sub-Saharan Africa (1980–2017) pp. 889-905 Downloads
Raul Caruso and Jon Echevarria-Coco
Choosing tactics: Horizontal inequalities and the risk of violent and nonviolent conflict pp. 906-920 Downloads
Solveig Hillesund
Effect of group status and conflict on national identity: Evidence from the Brexit referendum in Northern Ireland pp. 921-934 Downloads
Miceal Canavan and Oguzhan Turkoglu
Food-related violence, hunger and humanitarian crises pp. 935-950 Downloads
Caitriona Dowd
Micro-foundations of the commercial peace: The effect of net exports on Ukrainian attitudes towards war with Russia pp. 951-967 Downloads
Celeste Beesley and Scott Cooper
The heterogeneous effects of conflict on education: A spatial analysis in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 968-984 Downloads
Kerstin Unfried and Krisztina Kis-Katos
Does conflict experience affect participatory democracy after war? Evidence from Colombia pp. 985-1001 Downloads
Jamie L Shenk
Material military power: A country-year measure of military power, 1865–2019 pp. 1002-1009 Downloads
Mark Souva
Introducing the African Peace Processes (APP) dataset: Negotiations and mediation in interstate, intrastate and non-state conflicts in Africa pp. 1010-1020 Downloads
Allard Duursma and Samantha Marie Gamez

Volume 60, issue 5, 2023

Going, going, gone? Varieties of dissent and leader exit pp. 729-744 Downloads
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, Roman-Gabriel Olar and Marius Radean
National identity, willingness to fight, and collective action pp. 745-759 Downloads
Austin Horng-En Wang and Nadia Eldemerdash
Evidence of the unthinkable: Experimental wargaming at the nuclear threshold pp. 760-776 Downloads
Andrew W Reddie and Bethany L Goldblum
A theory of targeted and indiscriminate state violence in networks pp. 777-791 Downloads
Daniel R Thomas
Unpacking the concepts: Examining the link between women’s status and terrorism pp. 792-806 Downloads
Kyle Kattelman and Courtney Burns
Descriptive representation and conflict reduction: Evidence from India’s Maoist rebellion pp. 807-822 Downloads
Aidan Milliff and Drew Stommes
How do international borders affect conflict processes? Evidence from the end of Mandate Palestine pp. 823-838 Downloads
Richard J McAlexander
How foreign information campaigns shape US public pronouncements about civil wars pp. 839-852 Downloads
Benjamin T Jones and Eleonora Mattiacci
Sexual violence, gendered protection and support for intervention pp. 853-867 Downloads
Mattias Agerberg and Anne-Kathrin Kreft
Introducing the Online Political Influence Efforts dataset pp. 868-876 Downloads
Diego A Martin, Jacob N Shapiro and Julia G Ilhardt
SASCAT: Natural language processing approach to the study of economic sanctions pp. 877-885 Downloads
Ashrakat Elshehawy, Nikolay Marinov, Federico Nanni and Jordan Tama

Volume 60, issue 4, 2023

Your space or mine? Competition, control, and the spatial profile of militant violence against civilians pp. 557-572 Downloads
Blair Welsh
Without an army: How ICC indictments reduce atrocities pp. 573-587 Downloads
Andrew Cesare Miller
International recognition and support for violence among nonpartisans pp. 588-603 Downloads
Nadav G Shelef and Yael Zeira
Secessionist conflict and affective polarization: Evidence from Catalonia pp. 604-618 Downloads
Laia Balcells and Alexander Kuo
Inequality, elections, and communal riots in India pp. 619-633 Downloads
H Zeynep Bulutgil and Neeraj Prasad
The impact of climate variability on children: The recruitment of boys and girls by rebel groups pp. 634-648 Downloads
Zorzeta Bakaki and Roos Haer
Economic sanctions as deterrents and constraints pp. 649-660 Downloads
Tyler Kustra
Modeling threats and promises: Explaining the Munich crisis of 1938 pp. 661-674 Downloads
Frank C Zagare and D Marc Kilgour
Peace scholarship and the local turn: Hierarchies in the production of knowledge about peace pp. 675-690 Downloads
Anna K Johnson, Joséphine Lechartre, Şehrazat G Mart, Mark D Robison and Caroline Hughes
Organized violence 1989–2022, and the return of conflict between states pp. 691-708 Downloads
Shawn Davies, Therése Pettersson and Magnus Öberg
International Sanctions Termination, 1990–2018: Introducing the IST dataset pp. 709-719 Downloads
Hana Attia and Julia Grauvogel
The prehistory of violence and war: Moving beyond the Hobbes–Rousseau quagmire pp. 720-726 Downloads
Tibor Rutar

Volume 60, issue 3, 2023

Co-ethnic bias and policing in an electoral authoritarian regime: Experimental evidence from Uganda pp. 395-409 Downloads
Travis Curtice
What drives attitudes towards the reintegration of former fighters? Insights from a conjoint experiment in Nigeria pp. 410-427 Downloads
Amélie Godefroidt and Arnim Langer
Say my name: The effects of ethnofederalism on communal violence pp. 428-443 Downloads
Andreas Juon and Livia Rohrbach
Remaining behind in the community: Rebel service provision and internal (non-)displacement of civilians in the former FATA, Pakistan pp. 444-458 Downloads
Yuichi Kubota
Susceptibility to threatening information and attitudes toward refugee resettlement: The case of Japan pp. 459-473 Downloads
Yusaku Horiuchi and Yoshikuni Ono
The wedding bells of war: The influence of armed conflict on child marriages in West Africa pp. 474-488 Downloads
Matthew DiGiuseppe and Roos Haer
Regime change and religious discrimination after the Arab uprisings pp. 489-503 Downloads
Jason Klocek, Hyun Jeong Ha and Nathanael Gratias Sumaktoyo
The long-term electoral implications of conflict escalation: Doubtful doves and the breakdown of Israel’s left–right dichotomy pp. 504-520 Downloads
Alon Yakter and Mark Tessler
Urban Social Disorder 3.0: A global, city-level event dataset of political mobilization and disorder pp. 521-531 Downloads
Henry Thomson, Karim Bahgat, Henrik Urdal and Halvard Buhaug
Who leads peace operations? A new dataset on leadership positions in UN peace operations, 1948–2019 pp. 532-544 Downloads
Nicole Jenne
External support in armed conflicts: Introducing the UCDP external support dataset (ESD), 1975–2017 pp. 545-554 Downloads
Vanessa Meier, Niklas Karlén, Therése Pettersson and Mihai Croicu

Volume 60, issue 2, 2023

Breaking taboos: Why insurgents pursue and use CBRN weapons pp. 193-208 Downloads
Victor Asal, Nazli Avdan and Gary Ackerman
The supply side determinants of territory pp. 209-225 Downloads
Jordan Adamson and Erik Kimbrough
Motivations of diaspora support in homeland civil conflict pp. 226-242 Downloads
Lucia Bird
The impacts of armed conflict on child health: Evidence from 56 developing countries pp. 243-257 Downloads
Kien Le and My Nguyen
Retributive or reparative justice? Explaining post-conflict preferences in Kenya pp. 258-273 Downloads
Eamon Aloyo, Geoff Dancy and Yvonne Dutton
Anger and support for retribution in Mexico’s drug war pp. 274-290 Downloads
Omar García-Ponce, Lauren E Young and Thomas Zeitzoff
Analyzing Participation in the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda pp. 291-306 Downloads
Hollie Nyseth Nzitatira, Jared F Edgerton and Laura C Frizzell
Foreign interests and state repression: Theory and evidence from the Armenian genocide pp. 307-321 Downloads
M. Christian Lehmann
Different fears, same alliance: Multilateralism, assurance and the origins of the 1951 United States–New Zealand–Australia alliance pp. 322-336 Downloads
Michael Cohen
Nuclear balance and the initiation of nuclear crises: Does superiority matter? pp. 337-351 Downloads
Kyungwon Suh
Introducing ROLE: A database of rebel leader attributes in armed conflict pp. 352-361 Downloads
Benjamin Acosta, Reyko Huang and Daniel Silverman
Contemporary slavery in armed conflict: Introducing the CSAC dataset, 1989–2016 pp. 362-372 Downloads
Angharad Smith, Monti Narayan Datta and Kevin Bales
Incumbent takeovers pp. 373-386 Downloads
Alexander Baturo and Jakob Tolstrup
The Nils Petter Gleditsch JPR article of the Year Award, 2022, goes to Sandra Ley pp. 387-388 Downloads
The JPR Best Visualization Award 2022 goes to Imane Chaara, Jean-Benoît Falisse & Julien Moriceau pp. 389-389 Downloads
2022 Reviewers pp. 390-392 Downloads

Volume 60, issue 1, 2023

Guest Editors’ introduction: Nonviolent resistance and its discontents pp. 3-8 Downloads
Erica Chenoweth and Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham
Ghosts of the Black Decade: How legacies of violence shaped Algeria’s Hirak protests pp. 9-25 Downloads
M Tahir Kilavuz, Sharan Grewal and Robert Kubinec
Protests and persuasion: Partisanships effect on evaluating nonviolent tactics in the United States pp. 26-41 Downloads
Sarah E Croco, Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and Taylor Vincent
Joining forces: Social coalitions and democratic revolutions pp. 42-57 Downloads
Sirianne Dahlum
Pushing the doors open: Nonviolent action and inclusion in peace negotiations pp. 58-72 Downloads
Desirée Nilsson and Isak Svensson
Upping the ante without taking up arms: Why mass movements escalate demands pp. 73-87 Downloads
Sooyeon Kang
‘A lot of people still love and worship the monarchy’: How polarizing frames trigger countermobilization in Thailand pp. 88-106 Downloads
Janjira Sombatpoonsiri
A win or a flop? Measuring mass protest successfulness in authoritarian settings pp. 107-123 Downloads
Kimberly Turner
Choosing tactics: The efficacy of violence and nonviolence in self-determination disputes pp. 124-140 Downloads
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham
Swords into ploughshares? Why human rights abuses persist after resistance campaigns pp. 141-156 Downloads
Christopher Wiley Shay
Ambivalent allies: How inconsistent foreign support dooms new democracies pp. 157-171 Downloads
Killian Clarke
Data innovations on protests in the United States pp. 172-189 Downloads
Cassy Dorff, Grace Adcox and Amanda Konet
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