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Conflict Management and Peace Science, ISSN 0738-8942, 11/2018, Volume 35, Issue 6, pp. 587 - 600
We argue that scholarship on the Colombian civil war can fertilize the research program on political violence and democracy in two ways. First, the Colombian... 
Civil wars | Colombia | decentralization | democracy | VIOLENCE | CONFLICT | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | ELECTIONS | STATE | Elections | Violence | Political violence | Peace | Democracy | Decentralization | Terrorist organizations | Civil war | Political institutions | Governance | Scholarship
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 899 - 923
In nearly two-thirds of civil wars since 1989, governments have received support in their counterinsurgency operations from militias. Many scholars predict... 
civilian casualties | human rights | civil wars | conflict | internal armed conflict | ETHNIC DEFECTION | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | Laws, regulations and rules | Civil war | Studies | Armed forces | Militia groups | Decision analysis | Violence
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Journal of Peace Research, ISSN 0022-3433, 3/2018, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp. 252 - 266
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 02/2018, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 346 - 380
Whether international humanitarian norms are respected during and after civil conflict depends on the behavior of both governments and nonstate actors (NSAs).... 
Human rights | Incentives | Congresses and conventions | Protection of civilians | Nongovernmental organizations | Humanitarian aid | Game theory | International conflict
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 794 - 823
Anti-insurgent militias and states attempt to erode insurgent groups' capacities and co-opt insurgent fighters by promising and providing benefits. They do so... 
Colombia | insurgency | defection | militias | ideology | demobilization | civil wars | internal armed conflict | side switching | COLD-WAR | STATES | CIVIL-WAR | ARMED-CONFLICTS | ETHNIC DEFECTION | VIOLENCE | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | PARAMILITARIES | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Economic aspects | Civil war | Political aspects | Studies | Political economy | Decision analysis | Combatants | Ideology
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Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 2/2018, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 346 - 380
Whether international humanitarian norms are respected during and after civil conflict depends on the behavior of both governments and nonstate actors (NSAs).... 
civilian casualties | international treaties | human rights | civil wars | CONFLICT | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | LAW | POLITICAL SCIENCE | WAR | CIVILIANS | HUMAN-RIGHTS TREATIES | TORTURE | Services | Treaties | Human rights | Aims and objectives | Analysis | Civil war | Social aspects | Non-governmental organizations
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The Behavioral and brain sciences, ISSN 0140-525X, 01/2017, Volume 40, pp. e224 - e224
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02/2018
According to the 2017 Land mine Monitor, 2016 saw an exceptionally high number of casualties due to mines (8,605), reflecting extensive mine use in places like... 
International law | Child soldiers | Land mines | Mines
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 755 - 769
Militias are an empirical phenomenon that has been overlooked by current research on civil war. Yet, it is a phenomenon that is crucial for understanding... 
insurgency | violence against civilians | recruitment | political violence | militias | paramilitaries | civil war | armed groups | STATES | DETERMINANTS | FRAGMENTATION | ETHNIC DEFECTION | VIOLENCE | CONFLICTS | IMPACT | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | COHESION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | GOVERNMENTS | Military aspects | Civil war
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PS - Political Science and Politics, ISSN 1049-0965, 10/2017, Volume 50, Issue 4, pp. 948 - 951
"I do not think as a person any longer. One feels the party [Partido Comunista del Perú-Sendero Luminoso] as oneself, I am the party ...and everything we do... 
VIOLENCE | POLITICAL SCIENCE | CIVIL-WAR | Political science | Political aspects | Analysis | Ideology | Armies | Violence | Institutionalization | Insurgency | War | Civil war | Marxism | Emotions | Studies | Sex crimes | Armed forces | Politics | Collective action
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 770 - 793
Research on militias portrays them as subservient proxies of governments used to achieve tactical goals. The conventional wisdom, however, ignores the... 
peace agreement | rebellion | separatism | civil wars | MONOPOLY | VIOLENCE | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Studies | Political theory | Militia groups | Ideology
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 877 - 898
Existing research maintains that governments delegate extreme, gratuitous, or excessively brutal violence to militias. However, analyzing all militias in armed... 
sexual violence | child soldiers | militias | conflict | RAPE | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | DEMOCRACY | POLITICAL SCIENCE | FORCES | CIVIL-WARS | Social aspects | Military aspects | Sexual abuse | Studies | Sex crimes | Militia groups | Socialization | Delegation
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 824 - 849
How do the leaders of nonstate armed groups recruit new members? Most studies of recruitment of combatants focus on explaining the supply of fighters—who... 
social networks | civil wars | conflict | internal armed conflict | RESOURCES | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | CIVIL-WAR | POLITICAL SCIENCE | SIERRA-LEONE | REBEL RECRUITMENT | LABOR-MARKET | Information networks | Usage | Computer networks | Studies | Military recruitment | Militia groups | Combatants | Political leadership
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The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2015, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 850 - 876
From Syria to Sudan, governments have informal ties with militias that use violence against opposition groups and civilians. Building on research that suggests... 
human rights | civil wars | conflict | internal armed conflict | STATES | CIVIL-WAR | HUMAN-RIGHTS VIOLATIONS | ETHNIC DEFECTION | VIOLENCE | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | REPRESSION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | BUREAUCRACIES | AID | Economic aspects | Civil war | Political aspects | Studies | Democracy | Militia groups | Violence | Financial aid
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by Ferrie, J and Shipley, M and Cappuccio, F and Brunner, E and Miller, M and Kumari, M and Marmot, M and Coenen, A and Castillo, J L and Araya, F and Bustamante, G and Montecino, L and Torres, C and Oporto, S and Gronli, J and Fiske, E and Murison, R and Bjorvatn, B and Sorensen, E and Ursin, R and Portas, C M and Rajaraman, S and Gribok, A and Wesensten, N and Balkin, T and Reifman, J and Dursunoglu, N and Ozkurt, S and Baser, S and Delen, O and Sarikaya, S and Sadler, P and Mitchell, P and Françon, D and Decobert, M and Herve, B and Richard, A and Griebel, G and Avenet, P and Scatton, B and Fur, G L and Eckert, D and Jordan, A and Wellman, A and Smith, S and Malhotra, A and White, D and Bruck, D and Thomas, I and Kritikos, A and Oertel, W and Stiasny-Kolster, K and Garcia-Borreguero, D and Poewe, W and Hoegl, B and Kohnen, R and Schollmayer, E and Keffel, J and Trenkwalder, C and Valle, A and Roizenblatt, S and Fregni, F and Boggio, P and Tufik, S and Ward, K and Robertson, L and Palmer, L and Eastwood, P and Hillman, D and Lee, J and Mukherjee, S and de Padova, V and Barbato, G and Ficca, G and Zilli, I and Salzarulo, P and Veldi, M and Hion, T and Vasar, V and Kull, M and Nowak, L and Davis, J and Latzer, Y and Tzischinsky, O and Crowley, S and Carskadon, M and Anca-Herschkovitsch, M and Frey, D and Ortega, J and Wiseman, C and Farley, C and Wright, K and Campbell, A and Neill, A and Spiegel, K and Leproult, R and Tasali, E and Scherberg, N and van Cauter, E and Noradina, A T and ...
Sleep and Biological Rhythms, ISSN 1446-9235, 8/2007, Volume 5, Issue S1, pp. A1 - A189
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