Research

Publications

2022. Is It All the Same? Repression of the Media and Civil Society Organizations as Determinants of Anti-Government Opposition. International Interactions

2019. What Matters Is Who Supports You: Diaspora and Foreign States as External Supporters and Militants' Adoption of Nonviolence. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 63(9): 2155-2179

— Covered by Peace Science Digest "Diaspora Support for Militant Groups Contributes to a Shift Towards Nonviolence"

2016. Research Findings on the Evolution of Peacekeeping, In Thompson, W. R, (ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press, Oxford (In Press) (with Ismene Gizelis and Han Dorussen)

Working Papers

  1. Civil Society Organizations and Protests’ Escalation to Civil War

  2. The Quest for Peace: Analysing the Effects of Nonviolent Action on Civil War Peace Processes (with Luke Abbs)

  3. Regime Elites and Civil Society: Assessing the Channels of Pro-government Mobilization in Autocracies (with Sooyeon Kang)

  4. The Other Dark Side of Pro-government Militias: Deterring Nonviolent Action and Spoiling Prospects for Peace during Civil Wars (with Phillip Nelson)

  5. Research Assistants: Scientific Credit and Recognised Authorship (with Phillip Nelson)

  6. Civilian Action during Civil War: Doomed to fail or poised to succeed? (with Sooyeon Kang)

Work in Progress

  1. Conflict Escalation (with Massimo Morelli and Livio Di Lonardo)

  2. In Harm’s Way: Civilian Nonviolent Action and Conflict Intensity (with Luke Abbs and Sebastian van Baalen)