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Journal of Peace Research

1964 - 2018

From Peace Research Institute Oslo
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Volume 55, issue 6, 2018

Aid, exclusion, and the local dynamics of insurgency in Afghanistan pp. 711-725 Downloads
Daniel Karell and Sebastian Schutte
Peacekeeping for profit? The scope and limits of ‘mercenary’ UN peacekeeping pp. 726-741 Downloads
Katharina P Coleman and Benjamin Nyblade
Better peacekeepers, better protection? Troop quality of United Nations peace operations and violence against civilians pp. 742-758 Downloads
Felix Haass and Nadine Ansorg
Fighting the Hydra pp. 759-773 Downloads
Mitchell Radtke and Hyeran Jo
The case for courts pp. 774-786 Downloads
Jacqueline M Sievert
Breaking state impunity in post-authoritarian regimes pp. 787-809 Downloads
Guillermo Trejo, Juan Albarracín and Lucía Tiscornia
IDP resettlement and collective targeting during civil wars pp. 810-824 Downloads
Abbey Steele

Volume 55, issue 5, 2018

The rise of rebel contenders pp. 551-565 Downloads
Hanne Fjelde and Desirée Nilsson
Organized criminal violence and territorial control pp. 566-581 Downloads
Louis-Alexandre Berg and Marlon Carranza
Repressing for reputation pp. 582-595 Downloads
Amanda A Licht and Susan Hannah Allen
Leader survival and purges after a failed coup d’état pp. 596-608 Downloads
Malcolm R Easton and Randolph M Siverson
Trust in the executive pp. 609-624 Downloads
Thomas Clark Durant, Michael Weintraub, Daniel Houser and Shuwen Li
Revisiting democratic civil peace pp. 625-640 Downloads
Henrikas BartuseviÄ Ius and Svend-Erik Skaaning
Going underground pp. 641-655 Downloads
Margherita Belgioioso
Trade and terrorism pp. 656-670 Downloads
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay, Todd Sandler and Javed Younas
Reputation, concessions, and territorial civil war pp. 671-686 Downloads
Nils-Christian Bormann and Burcu Savun
New spatial data on ethnicity pp. 687-698 Downloads
Carl Müller-Crepon and Philipp Hunziker
Funding rebellion pp. 699-707 Downloads
James Igoe Walsh, Justin M Conrad, Beth Elise Whitaker and Katelin M Hudak

Volume 55, issue 4, 2018

Which groups fight? Customary institutions and communal conflicts in Africa pp. 415-429 Downloads
Tore Wig and Daniela Kromrey
The build-up of coercive capacities pp. 430-444 Downloads
Oliver Pamp, Lukas Rudolph, Paul W Thurner, Andreas Mehltretter and Simon Primus
Domestic uncertainty, third-party resolve, and international conflict pp. 445-459 Downloads
Matthew DiLorenzo and Bryan Rooney
International agreement design and the moderating role of domestic bureaucratic quality pp. 460-475 Downloads
Johannes Karreth and Jaroslav Tir
Interstate rivalry, genocide, and politicide pp. 476-490 Downloads
Gary Uzonyi
Refugees, xenophobia, and domestic conflict pp. 491-507 Downloads
Anna Getmansky, Tolga Sınmazdemir and Thomas Zeitzoff
Backdoor peacekeeping pp. 508-523 Downloads
Magnus Lundgren
Days of rage pp. 524-534 Downloads
Erica Chenoweth, Jonathan Pinckney and Orion Lewis
Organized violence, 1989–2017 pp. 535-547 Downloads
Therése Pettersson and Kristine Eck

Volume 55, issue 3, 2018

Minorities and mistrust pp. 289-304 Downloads
Elisabeth King and Cyrus Samii
Repression and refuge pp. 305-319 Downloads
Stefan Lindemann and Andreas Wimmer
Media technology, covert action, and the politics of exposure pp. 320-335 Downloads
Michael F Joseph and Michael Poznansky
Weakened by the storm pp. 336-350 Downloads
Colin Walch
Does environmental peacemaking between states work? Insights on cooperative environmental agreements and reconciliation in international rivalries pp. 351-365 Downloads
Tobias Ide
Rallying the troops pp. 366-379 Downloads
Timothy JA Passmore, Megan Shannon and Andrew F Hart
Where, when, and how does the UN work to prevent civil war in self-determination disputes? pp. 380-394 Downloads
Peter B White, David E Cunningham and Kyle Beardsley
Girl soldiering in rebel groups, 1989–2013 pp. 395-403 Downloads
Roos Haer and Tobias Böhmelt
UN targeted sanctions datasets (1991–2013) pp. 404-412 Downloads
Thomas J Biersteker, Sue E Eckert, Marcos Tourinho and Zuzana Hudáková
Erratum pp. NP1-NP2 Downloads

Volume 55, issue 2, 2018

The Nils Petter Gleditsch JPR Article of the Year Award, 2017, goes to Kentaro Hirose, Kosuke Imai and Jason Lyall pp. 135-135 Downloads
The JPR Best Visualization Award 2017 goes to Michael Colaresi and Zuhaib Mahmood pp. 136-136 Downloads
New findings from conflict archives pp. 137-146 Downloads
Laia Balcells and Christopher M Sullivan
The origins of policing institutions pp. 147-160 Downloads
Kristine Eck
Uneven accountability in the wake of political violence pp. 161-174 Downloads
Mai Hassan and Thomas O’Mealia
Resistance is mobile pp. 175-189 Downloads
Christopher M Sullivan and Christian Davenport
Measuring the landscape of civil war pp. 190-205 Downloads
Rex W Douglass and Kristen A Harkness
Ideology and state terror pp. 206-221 Downloads
Adam Scharpf
What drives violence against civilians in civil war? Evidence from Guatemala’s conflict archives pp. 222-235 Downloads
Rachel A Schwartz and Scott Straus
Dynamics of internal resettlement during civil war pp. 236-251 Downloads
Laia Balcells
Disappearing dissent? Repression and state consolidation in Mexico pp. 252-266 Downloads
Javier Osorio, Livia I Schubiger and Michael Weintraub
Stalin’s terror and the long-term political effects of mass repression pp. 267-283 Downloads
Yuri M Zhukov and Roya Talibova
2017 Reviewers pp. 284-286 Downloads

Volume 55, issue 1, 2018

Torture and the limits of democratic institutions pp. 3-17 Downloads
Courtenay R Conrad, Daniel W Hill and Will H Moore
Varieties of civil war and mass killing pp. 18-31 Downloads
Daniel Krcmaric
Maps of mayhem pp. 32-46 Downloads
Jesse Hammond
The impact of criminal prosecutions during intrastate conflict pp. 47-61 Downloads
Geoff Dancy and Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm
Brothers or others in arms? Civilian constituencies and rebel fragmentation in civil war pp. 62-77 Downloads
Eric S Mosinger
Power, proximity, and democracy pp. 78-93 Downloads
Jonathan N Markowitz and Christopher J Fariss
Causal beliefs and war termination pp. 94-106 Downloads
Marco Nilsson
Truly reconciled? A dyadic analysis of post-conflict social reintegration in Northern Uganda pp. 107-121 Downloads
Matthew Osborne, Ben D’Exelle and Arjan Verschoor
Introducing the UCDP Peacemakers at Risk dataset, sub-Saharan Africa, 1989–2009 pp. 122-131 Downloads
Sara Lindberg Bromley
Corrigendum pp. NP1-NP1 Downloads
Corrigendum pp. NP2-NP2 Downloads
Corrigendum pp. NP3-NP3 Downloads
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