The East Asian Peace program aims at exploring possible explanations for the East Asian peace as well as establishing its depth. The program, whose main funder is the Swedish Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, is led by Stein Tønnesson and is based at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University.
Read more about the project at Uppsala University's website.
Film from the 2015 East Asian Peace Conference, please follow this link.
Peer-reviewed Journal Article
Tønnesson, Stein (2015) The South China Sea: Law Trumps Power, Asian Survey 55(3): 455–477.
Tønnesson, Stein (2017) Explaining the East Asian Peace: A Research Story. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. Asia Insights.
Tønnesson, Stein (2016) Den östasiatiska freden [The East Asian Peace]. Stockholm: Makadam. RJ:s skriftserie.
Tønnesson, Stein (2016) The Tonkin Gulf Agreements: a model of conflict resolution?, in Jenner, C. J.; & Trong Thuy Tran, eds, The South China Sea: a Crucible of Regional Cooperation or Conflict-Making Sovereignty Claims?. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (151–170).
Tønnesson, Stein (2016) UN Compulsory Arbitration: a Tough Test for China, in Sense and sensibility – Addressing the South China Sea disputes. Brussels: EU Institute of Security Studies (25–30).
Non-refereed Journal Article
Tønnesson, Stein (2015) Explaining East Asia's Developmental Peace: The Dividends of Economic Growth, Global Asia 10(4): 10–15.
Tønnesson, Stein (2015) The East Asian Peace: How Did It Happen?`How Deep Is It? Introduction to special issue, Global Asia 10(4): 8–9.