Publications 2021

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Bakken, Ingrid Vik & Halvard Buhaug (2021) Civil War and Female Empowerment, Journal of Conflict Resolution. DOI: 10.1177/0022002720983409.
Buhaug, Halvard; Mihai Croicu; Hanne Fjelde & Nina von Uexkull (2021) A Conditional Model of Local Income Shock and Civil Conflict, Journal of Politics 83(1): 354–366.
Dyrstad, Karin; Kristin M. Bakke & Helga Malmin Binningsbø (2021) Perceptions of Peace Agreements and Political Trust in Post-War Guatemala, Nepal, and Northern Ireland, International Peacekeeping. DOI: 10.1080/13533312.2020.1869541.
Ganson, Brian & Kristian Hoelscher (2021) Theorising MSMEs in Contexts of Urban Violence, Journal of Illicit Economies and Development 2(2): 222–241.
Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede & Luke Abbs (2021) Ticked off, but scared off? Riots and the fate of nonviolent campaigns, Mobilization. DOI: Forthcoming.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter (2021) This time is different! Or perhaps not? Neomalthusians and cornucopians in the age of climate change, Journal of Peace Research 58(1): 1–9.
Hegre, Håvard; Håvard Mokleiv Nygård & Peder Landsverk (2021) Can we predict armed conflict? How the first 9 years of published forecasts stand up to reality, International Studies Quarterly.
Horst, Cindy & Tore Vincents Olsen (2021) Transnational citizens, cosmopolitan outlooks? Migration as a route to cosmopolitanism, Nordic Journal of Migration Research 11(1): 1–16.
Kamerlin, Shina Caroline Lynn; David J. Allen; Bas de Bruin; Etienne Derat & Henrik Urdal (2021) Journal Open Access and Plan S: Solving Problems or Shifting Burdens?, Development and Change. DOI: 10.1111/dech.12635.
Leon, Gabriel; Toke Aidt & Max Satchell (2021) The Social Dynamics of Collective Action: Evidence from the Diffusion of the Swing Riots, 1830-31, Journal of Politics.
Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Gudmund Horn Hermansen & Carl Henrik Knutsen (2021) Characterizing and Assessing Temporal Heterogeneity: Introducing a Change Point Framework, with Applications on the Study of Democratization, Political Analysis.
Olsson, Louise & Erika Forsberg (2021) Examining Gender Inequality and Armed Conflict at the Subnational Level, Journal of Global Security Studies. DOI: 10.1093/jogss/ogaa023.
Olsson, Louise & Madhav Joshi (2021) War termination and women's political rights, Social Science Research. DOI:
Rosvold, Elisabeth Lio & Halvard Buhaug (2021) GDIS, a global dataset of geocoded disaster locations, Scientific Data 8(61).
Tartir, Alaa & Nicolas Florquin (2021) Urban Peace-Building through Community-Based Initiatives to Control SALWs in Libya, Journal of Illicit Economies and Development 2(2): 99–103.
Tollefsen, Andreas Forø & Andrew Linke (2021) Environmental stress and agricultural landownership in Africa, Global Environmental Change 67.
Vesco, Paola; Matija Kovacic; Malcolm Mistry & Mihai Croicu (2021) Climate variability, crop and conflict: Exploring the impacts of spatial concentration in agricultural production, Journal of Peace Research 58(1): 98–113.
Vestby, Jonas; Halvard Buhaug & Nina von Uexkull (2021) Why do some poor countries see armed conflict while others do not? A dual sector approach, World Development 138: 105273–.
von Uexkull, Nina & Halvard Buhaug (2021) Security implications of climate change: A decade of scientific progress, Journal of Peace Research 58(1): 3–17.

PhD Thesis

Jdid, Noor (2021) "Taking part in society the way I am" An exploration of active citizenship norms in Denmark and Norway. PhD thesis, Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK), University of Bergen, Bergen.

Book Chapter

Deglow, Annekatrin & Hanne Fjelde (2021) The Quality of Government and Civil Conflict, in Bågenholm, Andreas; Monika Bauhr; Marcia Grimes; & Bo Rothstein, eds, Oxford University Press Handbook on the Quality of Government. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Krause, Jana & Louise Olsson (2021) Women’s Participation in Peace Processes, in MacGinty, Roger; & Anthony Wanis-St.John, eds, Contemporary Peacemaking: Conflict, Violence and Peace Processes. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Nygaard, Lynn P. & Maria Savva (2021) Belonging and becoming in academia: a conceptual framework, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (10–26).
Nygaard, Lynn P. (2021) Into the fray: becoming an academic in my own right, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (121–135).
Savva, Maria & Lynn P. Nygaard (2021) The 'peripheral' student in academia: an analysis, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (154–172).
Wilén, Nina (2021) Justifying Interventions: The Case of ECOWAS in Liberia (Forthcoming), in Simon, Hendrik; & Lothar Brock, eds, The Justification of War and International Order: from Past to Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Edited Volume

Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, (2021) Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press.

Non-refereed Journal Article

Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Russia and Turkey Deconflict Their Geopolitical Moves in the Caucasus, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.
Tziarras, Zenonas (2021) Energy and Sovereignty in the new Geopolitics of the Eastern Mediterranean, Oxford Energy Forum: 58–61.

Popular Article

Baev, Pavel K. (2021) A new surge of external aggressiveness?, Washington post, 28 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Kremlin Tests Limits of New US Administration, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 25 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Navalny Has Set a Damning Dilemma for Putin's Regime, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 20 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Putin Postures as a ‘Davos Man’ While Bolstering His Autocracy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 1 February.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Russia Blackmails and Courts Europe, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 15 February.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Russia Defiant of White House’s Foreign Policy Agenda, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 8 February.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Russia’s Looming Year of Predictable Stagnancy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 11 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) West's renewed focus on solidarity and coordination perturbs Kremlin, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 22 February.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Year 2020 in Review: The Maturation of Russia's Autocracy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 4 January.
Carling, Jørgen (2021) What makes people want to migrate? One chart sums it up, The Startup, 2 February.
Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Håvard Hegre & Peder Landsverk (2021) Kan vi forutse krig? Studier gir grunn til optimisme [Can we predict conflict? Studies give cause for optimism], Aftenposten, 26 January.
Tziarras, Zenonas & Jalel Harchaoui (2021) What Erdogan Really wants in the Eastern Mediterranean, Foreign Policy, 19 January.
von Uexkull, Nina & Halvard Buhaug (2021) Is climate change driving global conflict?, Political Violence at a Glance, 1 February.

PRIO Policy Brief

Nagel, Robert; Ragnhild Nordås; Gudrun Østby; Siri Aas Rustad & Andreas Forø Tollefsen (2021) Children at Risk of Wartime Sexual Violence, 1990–2019, Conflict Trends, 1. Oslo: PRIO.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg (2021) Afghan Peace Will Require a Neighborly Concert, PRIO Policy Brief, 1. Oslo: PRIO.
Harpviken, Kristian Berg (2021) The Foreign Policy of the Afghan Taliban, PRIO Policy Brief, 2. Oslo: PRIO.

Report - External Series

Aslany, Maryam; Jørgen Carling; Mathilde Bålsrud Mjelva; & Tone Sommerfelt (2021) Systematic review of determinants of migration aspirations, QuantMig deliverable, 2.2. Southampton: University of Southampton.
Hatay, Mete (2021) Varosha: Between Human Rights and Realpolitik, FES Briefing. Nicosia: FES Cyprus.

Book Review

Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Review of Mikhail Suslov, ed., Geopolitical Imagination: Ideology and Utopia in Post-Soviet Russia, in Journal of Peace Research .