Publications

Researchers at PRIO publish in a large number of academic journals, book series and newspapers. See the Publication Archive for all our publications.

PRIO also publishes Policy BriefsPapers and Reports that are available online, and at the PRIO blog you can find commentary on current events by both PRIO researchers and guest bloggers.

Recent Publications

Baev, Pavel K. (2020) Preserving the alliance against tall odds: Armenia's Velvet Revolution as a challenge to Russia, in Ohanyan, Anna; & Laurence Broers, eds, Armenia's Velvet Revolution: Authoritarian Decline and Civil Resistance in a Multipolar World. London: I.B.Tauris.
Joshi, Madhav; Myla Jabilles Leguro; Håvard Mokleiv Nygård; Stephen Oola & Matthew Hauenstein (2020) The Effect of COVID-19 on Peace Agreement Implementation, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Palik, Júlia; Siri Aas Rustad & Fredrik Methi (2020) Conflict Trends: A Global Overview, 1946–2019, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Gudmund Horn Hermansen & Carl Henrik Knutsen (2020) Characterizing and assessing temporal heterogeneity: Introducing a change point framework, with applications on the study of democratization, Political Analysis.
Baev, Pavel K. (2020) Russia alarmed and awed by the Belarussion revolution, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 14 September.
Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen (2020) Media, in Antonio De Lauri, ed., Humanitarianism: Keywords. Leiden, Boston: Brill (126–128).
Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen (2020) Advocacy, in Antonio De Lauri, ed., Humanitarianism: Keywords. Leiden, Boston: Brill (3–5).
Baev, Pavel K. (2020) A chain of poor choices leads Putin into a serious blunder, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 8 September.
Fjelde, Hanne; Carl Henrik Knutsen & Håvard Mokleiv Nygård (2020) Which institutions matter? Re-considering the democratic civil peace, International Studies Quarterly.
Horn Hermansen, Gudmund; Håvard Mokleiv Nygård; Jonathan Williams; Siri Aas Rustad & Govinda Clayton (2020) The Dynamics of Civil Wars: A Bayesian hidden Markov model applied to the pattern of conflict and the role of ceasefires, presented at PolMeth XXXVII: the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology, Toronto (virtual), 14–17 July 2020.