Events

Seminars, discussions and more from PeaceRep consortium members.

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Is a Peace Deal Possible With Putin?

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Contributions from panelists and participants at a recent private seminar, responding to the question: "Is a Peace Deal Possible With Putin?", have informed a new policy briefing.

Military Power-Sharing and Inclusion in Peace Processes

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Authors: Christine Bell, Sam Gluckstein, Robert Forster, and Jan Pospisil Key Findings: Military power-sharing is an effective tool for ending violence. Military power-sharing arrangements focus on the inclusion of...

Untangling Conflict: Local Peace Agreements in Contemporary Armed Violence

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Authors: Jan Pospisil, Laura Wise, and Christine Bell This research draws on discussions held at two Joint Analysis Workshops in October and November 2019 organised by the Political Settlements...

Pandemic Cleavages: Covid-19 and the South Sudanese Peace Process

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Author: Jan Pospisil Roughly 15 months into the Covid-19 pandemic, it now becomes possible to analyse the impact the pandemic shock had on peace processes globally and assess its...

Dissolving the conflict mesh: Opportunities and limits of local peace agreements

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Author: Jan Pospisil There is a growing consensus among scholars and practitioners working with and on local peace agreements that all three elements of their name are a problem....

A globalised practice of local peace agreements

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Authors: Christine Bell, Laura Wise, Juline Beaujouan, Tim Epple, Robert Forster and Robert Wilson This article argues that local peace agreements can be globalised in three main ways: Local...

The Exclusivity of Inclusion: Global Construction of Vulnerable and Apolitical Victimhood...

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Author: Astrid Jamar This article examines the articulation of commitments towards inclusion and victimhood agreed upon within peace processes. It builds on original and comprehensive empirical material to scrutinize...

Is a Peace Deal Possible With Putin? On the problems of peacemaking in the Russian war on...

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This policy brief considers the relationship between peace and justice in any attempt at peace-making in the Russian-Ukraine War i.e., the tests that should be applied in order for...

تستكشف سلسلة «PA-X-أضواء جنسانية» الجديدة عن كيفية...

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انشىء مشروع بحث التسويات السياسية (PSRP) سلسلة جديدة بعنوان «PA-X-أضواء جنسانية».

A New Look at Federalism in Myanmar

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Discussing a ‘bottom up’ approach to federalism in Myanmar, this report explores how forms of ‘federal practice’ already exist, and how they could be better acknowledged and supported.

What's New in Version 6 of the PA-X Database?

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The PA-X Peace Agreements Database now contains 1,959 peace agreements, found in more than 150 peace processes between 1990 and 2022, as well as 44 new agreements added since...

Gender perspectives in peace agreements: Time for a new approach?

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On March 25th 2021, three women – Mary Nyapet Puok, Alek Manyuon Deng, and Mary Beri Oleyeo – signed a peace agreement on behalf of women from their respective...

The Impact of Covid-19 on Women’s Inclusion in the Peace Process in Yemen

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Yemeni women voice how Covid-19 affected them personally and professionally, highlighting restrictions on women’s broad participation resulting from the pandemic and how it has impacted their work on the...

Russia-Ukraine: Old War Logics, New War Realities

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How can the West respond to the many elements of "new wars" in Russia’s current strategy for the invasion of Ukraine?

Expert Imbalance: The Blind Spot in the Localisation of Research Agenda

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Why are there so many Northern experts on African affairs, and so few African experts on European and American affairs? Nyachangkuoth Rambang Tai and Jan Pospisil discuss the reasons...

How African Organisations Support Peace Agreement Implementation

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This report explores how African organisations support the implementation of framework agreements for transitions through continued mediation, guarantees and monitoring.

Fragmentation of Peacemaking in Syria: Reality and Perception

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An "illiberal peace” is taking hold in Syria, with Russia, Turkey and Iran positioning themselves as mediators and overshadowing peace initiatives by Western powers.

UN Women report cites PA-X research on local peace processes

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PeaceRep welcomes a new report from UN Women on women's participation in local mediation in Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen.