PhD/DPhil student, year, institution 

      thesis title

 

Paul van Hooft, 2015, University of Amsterdam

The Future in the Past:

Victory, Defeat, and Grand Strategy in the US, UK, France and Germany

Jessica Di Salvatore, 2017, University of Amsterdam

Peacekeepers Against Ethnic and Criminal Violence. 

Unintended consequences of UN Peacekeeping 

 

MA/MPhil student, year, institution 

      thesis title

Elli Palaiologou, 2018, University of Oxford

           Interrupted Continuities: The Birth, Death and Resurrection of Political Legacies

 

Christoph Steinert, 2018, University of Oxford

            No peace without justice? Tracing the link between post-conflict trials and peace stability

Adam McCauley, 2017, University of Oxford

            Adapt or Die: Insurgent Survival in Intrastate Conflict

Vanessa Meier. 2016, University of Oxford

              The Domestic Dimension of External Support to Civil War Parties

 

Jorien Van De Mortel, 2016, University of Oxford

              What Kind of Democracy? UN Peacekeeping Mandates and Democratisation

Zarko Perovic. 2016. University of Oxford

              Calculated Gamble: Deterring Invasion Through Ratification of the Rome Statute of the ICC

           
Remco Zwetsloot, 2016, University of Oxford

           Post-Conict Power Sharing

Kit Dobyns, 2015 , University of Oxford

           Eradicating AIDS and public investment in sub-saharan africa: the case of PEPFAR (2004-2012) 

 

Nicholas Gordon, 2015 , University of Oxford

           The sub-state as an actor: delegated authority in the international system 

 

Maline Meiske, 2015 , University of Oxford

           Why contribute to EU peace missions? Burden-sharing in CSDP military operations, 2003-2013

 

Wendy Hendriks, 2014 , University of Amsterdam

           Being different together. Diversity and the (In)effectiveness of  united nations' peacekeeping missions

 

Arne Bartelsman, 2013 , University of Amsterdam

            Neglect in times of need? A study on the impact of conflict on government welfare expenditure

 

Dhiraj Baldew, 2013 , University of Amsterdam

           Mechanization and the course of war: the influence of military mechanization on one-sided violence.

 

Tim Kok, 2013 , University of Amsterdam

           The political economy of refugees and conflict. 

 

Frank Van Kooten, 2013 , University of Amsterdam

           Can international social welfare aid "buy peace"? 

 

Arthur Muller, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           The role of the internet in the arab spring

 

Antje Ravensbergen, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           Memory policy after civil war.  A quantitative analysis

 

Bert de Rooij, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           African state failure:  a critical analysis of the concept

 

Tessa de Rooij, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           Preoccupied with fear? Casualty aversion and loss in UN peacekeeping

 

Steffy Roos du Maine, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           Protest, concession and repression in syria: divergent strategies?

 

Minke van der Sar, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           UN responses to human security crises and the implications for the responsability to protect

 

Elisabeth Tompunu, 2012 , University of Amsterdam

           The logic behind the multiplication of separatis movments in indonesia (1971-2010)

 

Ali Chakari, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           Election and state building in afghanistan

 

Esme' Joosten, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           The ESDP and the NATO. An analysis from the perspective of the conept of free riding

 

Roos Kamp, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           The EU and its motives of aid allocation towards africa

 

Jasmijn Koets, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           Peace fm? Can the UN radio contribute to building peace?

 

Ayan Rakoub, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           Terrorism in civil war and peace outcome

 

Kris Ruijgrok, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           Oil wealth: stability or fragility? A closer look at the pacifying effects deriving from oil wealth

 

Annouk Sterk, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           The triple involvment of the UN, NATO and the EU in the Peace Operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina

 

Jurjen de Waal, 2011 , University of Amsterdam

           Fuelling civil war? On the relationship between oil-dependency, state capaity and civil war

BA student, year, institution 

      thesis title

Alice Wilcock, 2018 , Brasenose College, Oxford 

    Do effects of international economic sanctions vary among authoritarian regimes?

Nicholas Halterman, 2018, Baliol College, Oxford

  Threat Perception & Civilian Displacement: Unpacking the effect of violence on levels of civilian displacement

George Tarr, 2017 , Brasenose College, Oxford 

    What sources of legitimacy matter for successful civil war mediation?

Ellie Ridge, 2017, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford 

   How is the effect of audience costs on autocratic conflict behaviour conditional on leadership experience?

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