New Publications

Special Issue: ‘Transforming state visions: Ideology and ideas in armed groups turned political parties’, Government and Opposition 


Please see below a collection of other new publications from PAW researchers:

forthcoming in Aug 2019 :  The Puzzle of Ethiopian Politics, Boulder CO.: Lynne Rienner Publishers – Terrence Lyons

forthcoming in Oct 2019: The New Politics of Aid: Emerging Donors and Conflict-Affected States, Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner Publishers – Agnieszka Paczynska

forthcoming in Apr 2020: Insurgent quavers: uses and functions of FARC-EP music during the armed conflict in Colombia (Corcheas insurgentes: usos y funciones de la música de las FARC-EP durante el conflicto armado en Colombia)Izquierdas – Rafael Quishpe

The Routledge Handbook of Turkish PoliticsLondon: Routledge – eds. Matthew Whiting with Alpaslan Özerdem

First Peace, then Democracy? Evaluating Strategies of International Support at Critical Junctures after Civil WarInternational Peacekeeping – Karina Mroß

Local Peacebuilding in a Victor’s Peace. Why Local Peace Fails Without National ReconciliationInternational Peacekeeping – Giulia Piccolino

From “bush bureaucracies” to electoral competition: what explains the political success of rebel parties after civil wars? Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties – John Ishiyama and Michael Widmeier

The HDP, the AKP and the Battle for Turkish DemocracyEthnopolitics– Zeynep N. Kaya and Matthew Whiting

Life diagrams: a methodological and analytical tool for accessing life histories, Qualitative Research – Johanna Söderström

Foreign Rebel Sponsorship: A Patron–Client Analysis of Party Viability in Elections Following Negotiated Settlements, Journal of Conflict Resolution – Michael C. Marshall

Violence in African Elections, Zed Books – Mimmi Söderberg Kovacs with Jesper Bjarnesen

After Insurgency: Revolution and Electoral Politics in El SalvadorUniversity of Notre Dame – Ralph Sprenkels

Sinn Féin and the IRA: From Revolution to Moderation,Edinburgh University Press – Matthew Whiting