Peer Reviewed Publications
Understanding Quality Peace: Peacebuilding after Civil War, eds. Madhav Joshi and Peter Wallensteen (Routledge: 2018).
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
“Peace Agreements.” Jason Quinn and Josefina Echavarría Alvarez. In: Richmond O., Visoka G. (eds) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. (2020) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-11795-5_140-2.
“Colombian Peace Agreement 2016.” Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, Elise Ditta, Juanita Esguerra-Rezk, and Patrick McQuestion. In: Richmond O., Visoka G. (eds) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. (2020) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-11795-5_128-1.
“Remaining Seized of the Matter: UN Resolutions and Peace Implementation.” Madhav Joshi and Matthew Hauenstein. International Studies Quarterly (2020).
“A Comparative Analysis of One-Sided Violence and Civil War Peace Agreement Implementation.” Madhav Joshi. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development 9, Issue 4 (2020): 11.
“One Dyadic Peace Leads to Another? Conflict Systems, Terminations, and Net Reduction in Fighting Groups.” Jason Quinn, Madhav Joshi and Erik Melander. International Studies Quarterly 63, Issue 4 (2019): 863-875.
“Transitional Justice in the Colombian Final Accord: Text, Context, and Implementation.” Jason Michael Quinn and Madhav Joshi, in As War Ends: What Colombia Can Tell Us About the Sustainability of Peace and Transitional Justice, edited by James Meernik et. al, 208-230. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
“Liberal Peace Implementation and the Durability of Post-war Peace.” Roger Mac Ginty, Madhav Joshi and SunYong Lee. International Peacekeeping 26, Issue 4 (2019): 457-486.
“Network Perspective on the Efficiency of Peace Accord Implementation.” Henry Dambanemuya, Madhav Joshi and Ágnes Horvát. The IEEE/ACM International Conference on Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM 2019).
“Civil War Termination and Foreign Direct Investment, 1989-2012.” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn. Conflict Management and Peace Science (2018).
“Harvesting Social Signals to Inform Peace Processes Implementation and Monitoring.” Aastha Nigam, Henry Dambanemuya, Madhav Joshi, and Nitesh Chawla. “Big Data 5 (2017): 337-355. (Featured in Notre Dame News & Science X News).
“Implementing Peace: The Aggregate Implementation of Comprehensive Peace Agreements and Peace Duration after Intrastate Armed Conflict.” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn. British Journal of Political Science 47 (2017): 869-892.
“Explaining Demobilization in the Wake of Civil Conflict.” Madhav Joshi and Erik Melander. Peacebuilding 5 (2017): 270-288.
“Sequencing the Peace: How the Order of Peace Agreement Implementation Can Reduce the Destabilizing Effects of Post-accord Elections,” Madhav Joshi, Erik Melander, and Jason Michael Quinn, Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (2017): 4-28.
“Global Trends in Intrastate Peace Agreement Implementation.” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn. Peace and Conflict 2016, eds. David A. Backer, Ravi Bhavnani, and Paul K. Huth (Routledge: 2016): 93-104.
“Investigación y práctica sobre procesos de paz Treinta y cuatro acuerdos de paz en el mundo.” John Paul Lederach, Madhav Joshi, and Jason Michael Quinn. In La Rama de Olivo. Una Cultura de Paz Global, UPOLI Institute, ed. Denis Alberto Torres Perez (2016).
“Watch and Learn: Spillover Effects of Peace Accord Implementation on Non-Signatories.” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn. Research & Politics 3 (2016).
“Built-in Safeguards and the Implementation of Civil War Peace Accords.” Madhav Joshi, Sung Yong Lee, and Roger Mac Ginty. International Interactions 43 (2016): 994-1018.
“Social Peace versus Security Peace.” Sung Yong Lee, Roger Mac Ginty, and Madhav Joshi. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations. 22 (2016): 491-512.
“Comprehensive peace agreement implementation and reduction in neonatal, infant and under-5 mortality rates in post-armed conflict states, 1989–2012.” Madhav Joshi. BMC International Health and Human Rights (2015): 15-27.
“Annualized implementation data on comprehensive intrastate peace accords, 1989–2012.” Madhav Joshi, Jason Michael Quinn, and Patrick M. Regan. Journal of Peace Research 52 (2015): 551-562.
“Is the Sum Greater than the Parts? The Terms of Intrastate Peace Agreements and the Commitment Problem Revisited,” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn, Negotiation Journal 31 (2015): 7-30.
“Just How Liberal is the Liberal Peace?” Madhav Joshi, Sung Yong Lee, and Roger Mac Ginty, International Peacekeeping 21 (2014): 364-389.
“Introducing the Peace Accords Matrix (PAM): A Database of Comprehensive Peace Agreements and their Implementation, 1989-2007,” Madhav Joshi and John Darby, Peacebuilding 1 (2013): 256-274.
“Disarmament and demobilisation in comparative perspective: patterns and policy recommendations,” Madhav Joshi and Jason Michael Quinn, Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre, November 21, 2012.
“Women, Peace and Security: Understanding the Implementation of Gender Stipulations in Peace Agreements.” Madhav Joshi, Louise Olsson, Rebecca Gindele, Josefina Echavarría, Elise Ditta and Patrick McQuestion. Joint Brief Series: New Insights on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) for the Next Decade (Stockholm: Folke Bernadotte Academy, PRIO and UN Women), November 2020.
“Transitional justice, conflict victims and human dignity.” Madhav Joshi, The Kathmandu Post, November 1, 2020.
“U.N. resolutions may seem like cheap talk. But they might actually work.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Monkey Cage, Washington Post, September 22, 2020.
“Institutionalizing the Dreadful Victory in Post-War Sri Lanka.” Madhav Joshi, PRIO Blogs, September 3, 2020.
“The Effect of COVID-19 on Peace Agreement Implementation.” Madhav Joshi, Myla Jabilles Leguro, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård, Stephen Oola, and Matthew Hauenstein, PRIO Paper (2020).
“Peace in Times of Covid: The Colombian Experience.” Luis Felipe Botero, Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, and Rebecca Gindele, Humanity United Blog, September 17, 2020.
“Overcoming Mistrust in Afghanistan’s Peace Process.” Madhav Joshi, PRIO Blog, June 10, 2020.
“COVID-19 and beyond: peacekeeping in war zones.” Madhav Joshi, Dignity and Development, May 29, 2020.
“There’s no easy exit for the US in Afghanistan.” Madhav Joshi, The Conversation, March 4, 2020.
“South Sudan’s peace process faces a February deadline. Could last summer’s flooding actually help?” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Monkey Cage, Washington Post, February 14, 2020.
“South Sudan: Hopes for Peace in the Balance.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Peace Policy, December 10, 2019.
“Building trust must take precedence in South Sudan peace process.” Madhav Joshi and Susan D. Page, The Conversation, December 5, 2019.
“Summary Report of the Peace Accords Matrix Program on the Implementation of the Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (R-ARCSS) – Observation period: September 2018 – October 2019.” Matthew Hauenstein, Madhav Joshi and Jason Quinn (November 2019).
“Why South Sudan’s peace process is stalled one year on.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, The Conversation, August 19, 2019.
“The Status of South Sudan’s 2018 Peace Agreement.” Matthew Hauenstein, Madhav Joshi and Jason Quinn, Conflict Trends (1, 2019).
“Report of the Peace Accords Matrix Program on the Implementation of the Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (R-ARCSS) – Observation period: September 2018 – March 2019.” Matthew Hauenstein, Madhav Joshi and Jason Quinn (April 2019).
“Framework Deal: A Long-Term Path to Peace in Afghanistan.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Political Violence @ a Glance, February 13, 2019.
“Prospect of Peace in Yemen: What We Know from Social Science Research.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Political Violence @ a Glance, January 10, 2019.
“Inclusive Pathways to Equal Peace: Systematic Methodology for Monitoring Gender Stipulations in the Colombian Final Agreement.” Louise Olsson and Madhav Joshi, Peace Policy, December 4, 2018.
“Where are the Women in Peace Agreement Implementation?” Louise Olsson and Madhav Joshi, Political Violence @ a Glance, October 26, 2018.
“Implementing the Final Colombian Peace Agreement, 2016 – 2018.” Rebecca Gindele, Madhav Joshi, Louise Olsson, Jason Quinn, Elise Ditta and Rebecca Méndez, GPS Policy Brief (1, 2018).
“What are the prospects for South Sudan’s new peace agreement? Here are the critical next steps.” Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi, Monkey Cage, Washington Post, October 29, 2018.
“A Barometer of Peace Implementation in Colombia.” David Cortright and Laurel Stone. Peace Policy, October 11, 2017.
“Implementation Progress in the Colombian Final Accord.” Madhav Joshi and Jason Quinn. Peace Policy, October 11, 2017.
“Monitoring the Progress of Human Rights in the Colombia Peace Process.” Borja Paladini Adell and Carolina Naranjo. Peace Policy, October 11, 2017.
“After the handshake: Forging quality implementation of peace agreements,” John Paul Lederach. Humanity United Blog, September 2, 2016.
“Amnistías sin punto final.” Francisco Diez, Jason Michael Quinn, and Madhav Joshi. El Pais (Spain’s Daily News Paper) October 4, 2015.
“Ejemplos Para Seguir (Examples to Follow).” Francisco Diez, J. Michael Quinn, and Madhav Joshi, Reconciliación Colombia, March 16, 2014.
“Give Peace Talks a Chance: Kerry’s Plan to End the War in Syria.” J. Michael Quinn and Madhav Joshi, Foreign Affairs.com, May 21, 2013.
“Settling Syria: Why a Negotiated Peace Is Possible — and Likely.” J. Michael Quinn and Madhav Joshi, ForeignAffairs.com, February 6, 2013.
“Introducing the Peace Accords Matrix.” Madhav Joshi, and John Darby, Peace Policy, April 28, 2011.
“Integration of ex-combatants: Learning from other peace processes.” John Paul Lederach, John Darby, and Madhav Joshi, Republica, May 5, 2011.
“Power-sharing in Nepal: Learning from other peace processes.” John Paul Lederach, John Darby, and Madhav Joshi, Republica, May 4, 2011.
“Constitution drafting in Nepal: Learning from other peace processes.” John Paul Lederach, John Darby, and Madhav Joshi, Republica, May 3, 2011.