Seminars, discussions and more from PeaceRep consortium members.

Publication Series: Global Transitions

The Global Transitions series looks at fragmentations in the global order and how these impact peace and transition settlements. It explores why and how different third-party actors – state, intergovernmental, and non-governmental – intervene in conflicts, and how they see themselves contributing to reduction of conflict and risks of conflict relapse. The series critically assesses the growth and diversification of global and regional responses to contemporary conflicts. It also asks how local actors are navigating this multiplicity of mediators and peacebuilders and how this is shaping conflict outcomes and post-conflict governance.

More reports in the series will be added to this list once launched throughout May and June 2022.

Access all published reports in the series:


  1. Non-Western approaches to peacemaking and peacebuilding: State-of-the-art and an agenda for research
    Authors: Mateja Peter and Haley Rice, University of St Andrews
  2. China’s Engagement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings: The Quest for Stability
    Author: Bernardo Mariani
  3. Russia’s Engagement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings: Growing Geopolitical Ambitions and “Peace by Force”
    Author: Bernardo Mariani
  4. “Asian” Approaches to Peacebuilding?: Modalities, Convergences, and Differences in India, Japan and China’s Approach to Supporting Peace Processes
    Author: Monalisa Adhikari, Keele University
  5. Peacebuilding in Turbulent Times: Turkey in MENA and Africa
    Author: Spyros Sofos, LSE
  6. MENA Regional Organisations in Peacemaking and Peacebuilding
    Author: Courtney Freer, LSE
  7. Qatar and UAE in Peacemaking and Peacebuilding
    Author: Courtney Freer, LSE
  8. Global Realignments: Understanding Peace Process Interventions Through News
    Authors: Roy Gardner and Christine Bell, University of Edinburgh
  9. National Security Strategies, Emergent Powers and ‘Sustaining Peace’
    Authors: Andrew Neal, Luc Wilson and Roy Gardner, University of Edinburgh


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