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Journal of Peace Research

1964 - 2023

From Peace Research Institute Oslo
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Volume 51, issue 6, 2014

Feeding unrest pp. 679-695 Downloads
Todd Graham Smith
Incentives and opportunities pp. 696-710 Downloads
Corinne Bara
Do IMF programs disrupt ethnic peace? An empirical analysis, 1985–2006 pp. 711-725 Downloads
Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati, Gina Maria G Østmoe and Indra de Soysa
Fighting words pp. 726-740 Downloads
Roseanne W McManus
US foreign aid, interstate rivalry, and incentives for counterterrorism cooperation pp. 741-754 Downloads
Andrew Boutton
Searching for non-aggressive targets pp. 755-766 Downloads
Sung Chul Jung
Coalitions of the willing? International backing and British public support for military action pp. 767-781 Downloads
Robert Johns and Graeme AM Davies
Foreign policies or culture pp. 782-796 Downloads
Lars Berger

Volume 51, issue 5, 2014

Explaining political jiu-jitsu pp. 559-573 Downloads
Jonathan Sutton, Charles R Butcher and Isak Svensson
Freedom of foreign movement, economic opportunities abroad, and protest in non-democratic regimes pp. 574-588 Downloads
Colin M Barry, K Chad Clay, Michael E Flynn and Gregory Robinson
Designing foreign policy pp. 589-602 Downloads
Elena V McLean and Taehee Whang
Temperature seasonality and violent conflict pp. 603-618 Downloads
Steven T Landis
Observing the capitalist peace pp. 619-633 Downloads
Allan Dafoe and Nina Kelsey
External territorial threat, state capacity, and civil war pp. 634-646 Downloads
Douglas M Gibler and Steven V Miller
Turning away from terrorism pp. 647-661 Downloads
Mary Beth Altier, Christian N Thoroughgood and John G Horgan
Sociopsychological analysis of conflict-supporting narratives pp. 662-675 Downloads
Daniel Bar-Tal, Neta Oren and Rafi Nets-Zehngut

Volume 51, issue 4, 2014

The law of the land pp. 441-454 Downloads
Kristine Eck
Conflict and the evolution of institutions: Unbundling institutions at the local level in Burundi pp. 455-469 Downloads
Maarten Voors and Erwin Bulte
Seedbeds of insurgency pp. 470-486 Downloads
J Craig Jenkins, Thomas V Maher and Chuck Fahrer
Why can’t we be friends? Entitlements and the costs of conflict pp. 487-500 Downloads
Erik Kimbrough and Roman Sheremeta
Disaggregating hybridity pp. 501-514 Downloads
Gearoid Millar
Determinants of US foreign policy in multilateral development banks pp. 515-527 Downloads
Daniel B Braaten
Is peace a missing value or a zero? On selection models in political science pp. 528-540 Downloads
Colin Vance and Nolan Ritter
Armed conflicts, 1946–2013 pp. 541-554 Downloads
Lotta Themnér and Peter Wallensteen

Volume 51, issue 3, 2014

A dictator’s toolkit pp. 332-346 Downloads
Erica Frantz and Andrea Kendall-Taylor
The dynamics of cyber conflict between rival antagonists, 2001–11 pp. 347-360 Downloads
Brandon Valeriano and Ryan C Maness
Strategic selection pp. 361-374 Downloads
Emilia Justyna Powell and Krista E Wiegand
Territorial revision and state repression pp. 375-387 Downloads
Thorin M Wright
The (in)effectiveness of torture for combating insurgency pp. 388-404 Downloads
Christopher Michael Sullivan
Forced marriage as a political project pp. 405-417 Downloads
Erin Baines
Sexual violence in armed conflict pp. 418-428 Downloads
Dara Kay Cohen and Ragnhild Nordås
Torture allegations as events data pp. 429-438 Downloads
Courtenay R Conrad, Jillienne Haglund and Will H Moore

Volume 51, issue 2, 2014

50 years of peace research pp. 139-144 Downloads
Halvard Buhaug, Jack S Levy and Henrik Urdal
Peace research – Just the study of war? pp. 145-158 Downloads
Nils Petter Gleditsch, Jonas Nordkvelle and HÃ¥vard Strand
Democracy and armed conflict pp. 159-172 Downloads
HÃ¥vard Hegre
Peace through globalization and capitalism? Prospects of two liberal propositions pp. 173-183 Downloads
Gerald Schneider
Territory and war pp. 185-198 Downloads
Monica Duffy Toft
Ethnicity and civil war pp. 199-212 Downloads
Elaine K Denny and Barbara F Walter
Ideology in civil war pp. 213-226 Downloads
Francisco Gutiérrez Sanín and Elisabeth Jean Wood
Do natural resources matter for interstate and intrastate armed conflict? pp. 227-243 Downloads
Vally Koubi, Gabriele Spilker, Tobias Böhmelt and Thomas Bernauer
The economic costs of military conflict pp. 245-256 Downloads
Ronald Smith
The analytical study of terrorism pp. 257-271 Downloads
Todd Sandler
A social science of human rights pp. 273-286 Downloads
Emilie M Hafner-Burton
Seven deadly sins of contemporary quantitative political analysis pp. 287-300 Downloads
Philip A Schrodt
Data and progress in peace and conflict research pp. 301-314 Downloads
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, Nils W Metternich and Andrea Ruggeri
Talking peace pp. 315-327 Downloads
Peter Wallensteen and Isak Svensson

Volume 51, issue 1, 2014

Early warning signals for war in the news pp. 5-18 Downloads
Thomas Chadefaux
Grievances, economic wealth, and civil conflict pp. 19-33 Downloads
Vally Koubi and Tobias Böhmelt
The inequality–conflict nexus re-examined pp. 35-50 Downloads
Henrikas BartuseviÄ Ius
Emigrants and the onset of civil war pp. 51-64 Downloads
Gina Lei Miller and Emily Hencken Ritter
With friends like these, who needs democracy? The effect of transnational support from rivals on post-conflict democratization pp. 65-79 Downloads
Michael Colaresi
How naming and shaming affects human rights perceptions in the shamed country pp. 81-95 Downloads
Jacob Ausderan
Do rights at home boost rights abroad? Sexual equality and humanitarian foreign policy pp. 97-110 Downloads
Alison Brysk and Aashish Mehta
Hawks, doves, and opportunistic opposition parties pp. 111-125 Downloads
Laron K Williams
Data on interventions during periods of political instability pp. 127-135 Downloads
Patrick M Regan and M Scott Meachum
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