Rebel to Party Transformation

Ishiyama, J. and Batta, A. (2011), “Swords into Plowshares: The Organised Transformation of Rebel Groups into Political Parties“, Communist and Post Communist Studies 44 (3).

Ishiyama, J. and Marshall, M. (2015), “Candidate recruitment and Former Rebel Parties”Party Politics 21 (4).

Ishiyama, J. [Guest Editor]. (2016), “Special Issue: From Bullets to Ballots: The Transformation of Rebel Groups into Political Parties”, Democratisation 23 (6).

Ishiyama, J. and Marshall, M. (2017), “What Explains Former Rebel Party Name Changes after Civil Conflict Ends? External and internal factors and the transition to political competition”Party Politics 23 (4).

Jarstad, A. and Nilsson, D. (2018), “Making and keeping promises: regime type and powersharing pacts in peace agreements“, Peace & Change 43 (2).

Klapdor, D. (2009), “From Rebels to Politicians. Explaining Rebel- to-Party Transformations after Civil War: The case of Nepal“, LSE Working Paper 94

Lyons, T. (2016), “From Victorious Rebels to Strong Authoritarian Parties. Prospects for Post-war Democratization“, Democratization 23 (6).

Manning, C. (2004), “Armed Opposition Groups into Political Parties: Comparing Bosnia, Kosovo and Mozambique“, Studies in Comparative International Development 39 (1).

Manning, C. (2007), “Party-Building on the heels of war: El Salvador, Bosnia, Kosovo and Mozambique“, Democratization 14 (2).

Matanock, A. M. (2016), “Using Violence, Seeking Votes: Introducing the Militant Group Electoral Participation (MGEP) Dataset”Journal of Peace Research 53 (6).

Matanock, A. M. (2017), “Bullets for Ballots: Electoral Participation Provisions and Enduring Peace after Civil Conflict“, International Security 41 (4).

Matanock, A. M. (2018), “External Engagement: Explaining the Spread of Electoral Participation Provisions in Civil Conflict Settlements”International Studies Quarterly 62 (3).

Matanock, A. M. and Staniland, P. (2018), “How and Why Armed Groups Participate in Elections”Perspectives on Politics 16 (3).

Matanock, A. M. (2018), “How Elections Can Lead to Peace”, Foreign Affairs (online). April 25.

Marshall, M. C. (2019), “Foreign Rebel Sponsorship: A Patron– Client Analysis of Party Viability in Elections Following Negotiated Settlements“, Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (2).

Marshall, M. C. and Ishiyama, J. (2016), “Does political inclusion of rebel parties promote peace after civil conflict?”Democratisation 23 (6).

Nussio, E. and Quishpe, R. (2018), “The centrifugal force after conflict: The FARC-EP between unity and fragmentation (La fuerza centrífuga del posconflicto: las FARC-EP entre la unidad y la desintegración)“, in Angelika Rettberg and Erin McFee (eds),  Implementación del acuerdo de paz con la(s) FARC: balance e implicaciones, (Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes).

Pearce, J. (2010), “From rebellion to opposition: UNITA in Angola and Renamo in Mozambique”, in Wafula Okumu and Augustine Ikelegbe (eds), Militias, Rebels and Islamist Militants: Human Insecurity and State Crises in Africa, Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies.

Petrova, M. G. (2019), “What Matters Is Who Supports You: Diaspora and Foreign States as External Supporters and Militants’ Adoption of Nonviolence“, Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (9).

Quishpe, R. and Ugarriza, J. E. (2019), “Guerrilla Without Arms: The Political Reintegration of FARC-EP As a Transformation of Revolutionary Communist in Colombia (Guerrilla sin armas: La reintegración política de FARC como transformación de los comunistas revolucionarios en Colombia)“, in Angelika Rettberg and Erin McFee (eds),  Implementación del acuerdo de paz con la(s) FARC: balance e implicaciones, (Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes).

Sindre, G. M. (2014), “Rebels and aid in the context of peacebuilding and humanitarian disaster: A comparison of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Tamil Tigers (LTTE).” Forum for Development Studies, 41 (1). Preprint: Sindre_Rebels and Aid preprint.

Sindre, G. M. (2018), “From secessionism to regionalism: Intra-organizational conflict and ideological moderation within armed secessionist movements“, Political Geography 64. 

Söderberg Kovacs, M. and Hatz, S. (2016), “Rebel-to-party transformation in Civil War Peace Processes 1975-2011“, Democratization 23 (6).

Söderström, J. (2016), “The Resilient, the Remobilised and the Removed: Party Mobilization Among former M-19 Combatants“, Civil Wars 28 (2).

Whiting, M. (2016), “Moderation without Change: the Strategic Transformation of Sinn Fein and the IRA in Northern Ireland”Government and Opposition 53 (2).

Whiting, M. (2018), Sinn Féin and the IRA. From Revolution to Moderation (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).

Wittig, K. (2016), “Politics in the shadow of the gun: revisiting the literature on ‘rebel-to-party transformations’ through the case of Burundi“, Civil Wars, 18 (2).

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