Håvard Mokleiv Nygård: All blog posts

25 blog posts

Wednesday, 1 Aug 2018
Producing Reliable Data for SDG 16: The Case of Conflict Data
Thursday, 2 Mar 2017
Yemen is on the Brink
Monday, 14 Dec 2015
Is it Strange that Dictators Hold Elections?
Friday, 25 Sep 2015
War is Development in Reverse
Monday, 10 Aug 2015
Institutional Characteristics and Regime Survival: Why Are Semi-Democracies Less Durable than Autocracies and Democracies?
Monday, 8 Sep 2014
War Breeds War
Thursday, 4 Feb 2021
Can We Predict Civil War?
Wednesday, 30 Dec 2020
Which Countries Win (and Lose) When We Add Democracy to the Human Development Index?
Friday, 5 Jun 2020
Coronavirus and the (Wannabe) Dictators
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2020
This Is How Countries End up in the “Inequality Trap”
Friday, 18 Oct 2019
What "Chernobyl" Teaches Us About the Superiority of Democracy
Wednesday, 6 Sep 2017
Information Technology Can Help Build Peace. This Is How.
Friday, 29 Apr 2016
Trends in Armed Conflict, 1946–2014
Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
Peace on Earth? The Future of Internal Armed Conflict
Monday, 16 Jul 2018
U.N. Peacekeeping Really Can Be Effective. Here’s How We Tabulated This
Monday, 25 Jun 2018
Fewer Lives Being Lost in Conflicts
Tuesday, 1 Dec 2015
Attacks on Humanitarian Aid Workers: Five New Findings
Wednesday, 8 Apr 2015
The Consequences of Internal Armed Conflict for Development (part 1)
Thursday, 5 Feb 2015
Peacekeeping Works
Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
Development Consequences of Internal Armed Conflict
Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
Ukraine and the Role of the Security Forces in Popular Uprisings
Monday, 15 Jun 2020
Is 2020 = 1968?
Friday, 17 Apr 2020
Ceasefires in the Time of COVID-19
Friday, 6 Mar 2020
Improved Data to Assist in the Prevention and Management of Conflicts
Wednesday, 2 Aug 2017
Being Policy Relevant in Peace Research means Forecasting

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