Uppsala Peace Research Papers

Researchers at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research have published a number of papers within the Uppsala Peace Research Papers' Series. Full-text versions are available in the online catalogue DiVA, through the links below.  

  1. Wallensteen, Peter. "A Century of Economic Sanctions: A Field Revisited" (2000)
  2. Öberg, Magnus. "Non-Strategic Explanations for the Onset of Ethnopolitical Rebellion: An Analysis and Critique" (2000)
  3. Höglund, Kristine. "Violence – Catalyst or Obstacle to Conflict Resolution? Seven Propositions Concerning the Effect of Violence on Peace Negotiations" (2001)
  4. Swain, Ashok. "Social Networks & Social Movements: Are Northern Tools Useful to Evaluate Southern Protests?" (2002)
  5. Ohlson, Thomas & Mimmi Söderberg: "From Intra-State War To Democratic Peace in Weak States" (2002)
  6. Eriksson, Johan & Erik Noreen. "Setting the Agenda of Threats: An Explanatory Model" (2002)
  7. Wallensteen, Peter and Frida Möller. "Conflict Prevention: Methodology for Knowing the Unknown" (2003)
  8. Melander, Erik and Magnus Öberg. "Forced Migration: the Effects of Magnitude and Scope of Fighting" (2004)
  9. Melander, Erik; Magnus Öberg & Jonathan Hall. "The ‘New Wars’ Debate Revisited: An Empirical Evaluation of the Atrociousness of ‘New Wars’" (2006)