Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

online first: Johannes Vüllers & Sebastian Hellmeier. Does counter-mobilization contain right-wing populist movements? Evidence from Germany. European Journal of Political Research.

online first: Johannes Vüllers. Mobilization for peace: Analyzing religious peace activism, Conflict Management and Peace Science.

2021. Johannes Vüllers. Revolutions and constitutional crisis. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.

2020. González, Belén & Johannes Vüllers. The Value of Sub-National Data: The Dynamics of Contentious Politics in Nepal. International Area Studies Review 23: 3, 307-322.

2020. Johannes Vüllers & Roman Krtsch. Raise your voices! Civilian protest in civil wars. Political Geography 80.

2019. Roos van der Haer, Johannes Vüllers & Nils Weidmann. Studying micro dynamics in civil wars: Introduction. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 8: 2, 151-159.

2019. Roman Krtsch & Johannes Vüllers. The unintended consequences of post-conflict power-sharing. Explaining civilian activism. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 8: 2, 239-260.

2019. Johannes Vüllers & Elisa Schwarz. The power of words: State reactions to protest announcements. Comparative Political Studies 52: 3, 347-381.

2018. Sebastian Hellmeier & Johannes Vüllers. Neue Entwicklungen und Herausforderungen bei der Kodierung von Ereignisdatensätzen.Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen25: 1, 145-153.

2017. Matthias Basedau, Jonathan Fox, Jan Pierskalla, Georg Strüver & Johannes Vüllers. Does discrimination breed grievances – and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries. Conflict Management and Peace Science 34: 3, 217-239.

2016. Matthias Basedau, Birte Pfeiffer & Johannes Vüllers. Bad religion? Religion, collective action, and the onset of armed conflict in developing countries. Journal of Conflict Resolution 60: 3, 226-255.

2015. Johannes Vüllers, Birte Pfeiffer & Matthias Basedau. Measuring the ambivalence of religion: Introducing the religion and conflict in developing countries (RCDC) dataset. International Interactions 41: 5, 857-881.

2015.  Alexander De Juan, Jan H. Pierskalla & Johannes Vüllers. The pacifying effects of local religious institutions: An analysis of communal violence in Indonesia. Political Research Quarterly 68: 2, 211-224.

2015. Martin Ottmann & Johannes Vüllers. The Power-Sharing Event Dataset (PSED): A new database on the occurrence of power-sharing in post-conflict countries. Conflict Management and Peace Science 32: 3, 327-350.

2015. Johannes Vüllers & Sandra Destradi. Gewaltfreie Widerstandsbewegungen und ihre Erfolgsbedingungen. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 4: 1, 115-146.

2013. Johannes Vüllers & Sandra Destradi. Speech is silver, silence is golden? The consequences of failed mediation in civil wars. Civil Wars 15: 4, 486-506.

2013. Matthias Basedau, Johannes Vüllers & Peter Körner. What drives inter-religious violence? Lessons from Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire and Tanzania. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36: 10, 857-879.

2011. Matthias Basedau, Georg Strüver, Johannes Vüllers & Tim Wegenast. Do religious factors impact armed conflict? Empirical evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. Terrorism and Political Violence 23: 5, 752-779.

2010. Matthias Basedau & Johannes Vüllers. Religion als Konfliktfaktor? Eine systematische Erhebung religiöser Gewaltdimensionen im subsaharischen Afrika. Die Friedens-Warte, 85: 1-2, 39-62. [Religion as a conflict factor? A systematic survey of religious violence in Sub-Saharan Africa.]

Monograph

2013. Johannes Vüllers. Religiöses Friedensengagement in innerstaatlichen Gewaltkonflikten. Das Verhalten der Religionsgemeinschaften. Baden-Baden: Nomos. [Religious Peace Initiatives in Civil Wars.]

 Book chapters

2019. Martin Ottmann & Johannes Vüllers. Government-rebel relations in the wake of power-sharing peace agreements, in: Caroline Hartzell and Andreas Mehler (eds.), Power sharing and power relations after civil war, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.

2018. Johannes Vüllers. Religion und Gewalt: Übersicht der empirischen Friedens- und Konfliktforschung [Religion and violence: Findings from peace and conflict research], in: Markus Thurau (ed.), Gewalt und Gewaltfreiheit in Judentum, Christentum und Islam. Annäherungen an ein ambivalentes Phänomen, Vandenhoeck Ruprecht Verlag.

2012. Matthias Basedau, Georg Strüver & Johannes Vüllers. A Mixed Blessing: Religion, Violence and Peace in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: Czada, Roland/ Held, Thomas/ Weingardt, Markus (eds.): Religions and World Peace. Religious Capacities for Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 161-183.

Other publications

2020. Debiel, Tobias, Jannis Saalfeld, Johannes Vüllers (Koordination), Irene Weipert-Fenner & Jonas Wolff. Protestbewegungen, politische Umbrüche und Gewaltrisiken. Friedensgutachten 2020. Transcript: 71-91.

2013. Johannes Vüllers. Ulf Engel (ed.) (2012), New Mediation Practices in African Conflicts, Africa Spectrum 2/2013, 141-143.

2011. Johannes Vüllers. Konfliktporträt: Elfenbeinküste, Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, November 2011.

2010. Sandra Destradi & Johannes Vüllers. Mehr Engagierte, weniger Engagement? Die wachsende Komplexität internationaler Mediation, GIGA Focus Global, Nr. 9/2010, Hamburg: GIGA.

2009. Matthias Basedau, Peter Körner & Johannes Vüllers. Kriegsursache oder Friedensressource? Religion in afrikanischen Gewaltkonflikten, GIGA Focus Afrika, Nr. 2/2009, Hamburg: GIGA.