Category Archive: PA-X

Scratching below the surface: what can local peace agreements tell us about armed groups and conflict fragmentation?

Juline Beaujouan, Tim Epple, Robert Wilson and Laura Wise draw on a new collection of local peace agreements to reflect on the state of contemporary conflict management and peacemaking in an increasingly fragmented world.

New agreements added to PA-X Local Asia and Europe

The Political Settlements Research Programme is proud to announce the addition of 36 peace agreements from Asia and Europe to its new PA-X sub-database: PA-X Local.

Local peace agreements from Sub-Saharan Africa added to PA-X Local

The Political Settlements Research Programme is proud to announce the addition of 91 peace agreements from sub-Saharan Africa to its new PA-X sub-database: PA-X Local.

Transitional Governance Today: A Risk and Opportunity for International Law

Dr Emmanuel de Groof outlines five current features of transitional governance, as outlined in a new PA-X report.

New visual tool illustrates local peace in Libya, Syria, and Yemen

Explore local peace agreements in Libya, Syria, and Yemen with our new visual map, based on agreements included in the PA-X Local Peace Agreements Database.

Introducing PA-X Peace Agreements Database, Version 3

The PA-X Peace Agreements Database now covers all of 2019, with a new suite of visualisations showing the full variety of peace agreements across time, space, and issues of contention.

New report uses PA-X data to envision a peace agreement for Afghanistan

The RAND Corporation has published a new research report which presents a plausible final comprehensive peace agreement for Afghanistan, based in part on data from the PSRP’s PA-X Peace Agreements Database.

Explore global peace processes with our new interactive infographics

PSRP has launched a new series of interactive infographics about peace processes and political settlements.

Multi-Donor Trust Funds and Peace Agreements

Dr Sean Molloy introduces his new report for the PSRP, Peace Agreements and Trust Funds, and examines how trust funds can form a crucial part of the success or failure of a peace process.