Books (in progress/forthcoming)
Ishiyama, John and Sindre, Gyda M. (Eds.)Rebel Group Inclusion and the Impact on Democratisation (Book manuscript under review)
Sindre, Gyda M. Monograph (in progress). From Guerrilla Politics to Party Politics (more details here)
Journal Special Issues
Curtis, Devon and Sindre, Gyda M. (guest editors) (2019) Special Issue: Transforming State Visions: Ideology and Ideas in Armed Groups Turned Political Parties. Government and Opposition 54 (3) Click here for video introducing the special issue!
Sindre, Gyda M. and Söderström, Johanna (guest editors) (2016) Special Issue: Understanding Armed Groups and Party Politics. Civil Wars 18(2).
Curtis, Devon and Sindre, Gyda M. (2019) Transforming state visions: Ideology and ideas in armed groups turned political parties – Introduction to special issue. Government and Opposition 54. (Read only open access)
Sindre, Gyda M. (2019) Adapting to peacetime politics? Rebranding and ideological change in former rebel parties, Government and Opposition 54(3), link to Read-Only Open Access). First View December 27, 2018: https://doi.org/10.1017/gov.2018.49: Accepted version: IDEOLOGY G&O_Preprint Accepted
Sindre, Gyda M. (2018) From secessionism to regionalism: Intra-organizational conflict and ideological moderation within armed secessionist movements. Political Geography 64. pp. 23-32 OPEN ACCESS!
Sindre, Gyda M and Söderström, Johanna (2016) Understanding armed groups and party politics, Civil Wars 18 (2) 109-117
Sindre, Gyda M. (2014) Rebels and aid in the context of peacebuilding and humanitarian disaster: A comparison of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Tamil Tigers (LTTE), Forum for Development Studies, 41(1), pp. 1-21. Preprint: Sindre_Rebels and Aid preprint
Sindre, Gyda M. (2012) Civic engagement and democracy in Post-Suharto Indonesia: A review of Musrenbang, the Kecamatan Development Program and labour organising, Sindre_PCD 2012, 4 (1) (Open Source!!).
Sindre, Gyda M. (2009) Conflict resolution and democratization in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami: A comparative study of Aceh and Sri Lanka, Power, Conflict, and Democracy 1 (1), with Kristian Stokke and Olle Törnquist PCD_2010 (Open source!!)
[In progress]Peace and Conflict Studies Fieldwork: Gatekeepers, in Brett, Roddy; Roger MacGinty and Birte Vogel, The Companion to Peace and Conflict Fieldwork. London: Routledge
Forthcoming] Balancing patronage and popular democracy: Rebel group inclusion and the impact on democracy in Southeast Asia: in Ishiyama, John and Sindre, Gyda M. (eds.) Rebel group inclusion and democratization
[Forthcoming] Introduction: Rebel group inclusion and democratisation, in Ishiyama, John and Sindre, Gyda M. (eds.) Rebel group inclusion and democratization,with John Ishiyama
[Forthcoming] Conclusion: Lessons for democracy promotion and conflict studies following rebel group inclusion, in Ishiyama, John and Sindre, Gyda M. (eds.) Rebel group inclusion and democratization (with John Ishiyama)
[Forthcoming] A new post-war rhetoric by former armed groups in politics, in Stensrud, Ellen et.al. (Eds.) Politics of mass atrocity prevention.
Sindre, Gyda M. (2018) Book Review: Building blocs: How parties organise society, Stanford University Press (2016), Edited by Cedric de Leon, Menali Desai, and Cihan Tugal. Preprint here: Sindre_Building blocs review Party Politics 2018
Sindre, Gyda M. (2017) Indonesia: Dynamics of regime change. Ch 20 in Burnell, Peter, Lise Rakner and Vicky Randall (eds.) Politics in the Developing World, 5th ed., pp. 300-310
Sindre, Gyda M. (2015) Indonesia: Neoliberal development in the context of decentralised patronage politics Ch 8 in Hansen, Arve and Wethal, Ulrikke (eds.), Emerging Economies and Challenges to Sustainability: Theories, strategies, and local realities. New York: Routledge. Preprint: Sindre_Indonesia_neolib dvlpm
Sindre, Gyda M (2011): Dari perlawanan bersenjata menuju partisipasi politik: transformasi politik GAM. Ch. 5 in Aceh: Peran demokrasi bagi perdamaian dan rekonstruksi, PCD Press.
Sindre, Gyda M. (2010) From political exclusion to Inclusion: The political transformation of GAM, Chapter 5 in Törnquist et.al. (eds.) Aceh: The Role of Democracy for Peace and Reconstruction, Singapore: PCD Press.
Working papers and ongoing writing projects
Party system development and fragmentation in newly independent states (R&R)
Relational Peace and the Level of Political Parties: Alliance Building and Inter-Ethnic Collaborations
Negotiating autonomy in Asia’s secessionist conflicts: Political mobilisation and strategic transformation by armed secessionist movements (R&R)
How do former rebels turned politicians deal with wartime mass atrocities? (Book chapter)
Rebel Political Victories and Democratisation After Civil War: A Comparison of Kosovo, East Timor and South Sudan (with Mariana Q Rød)
PEACEPAR: A database of political parties in post-war contexts
Revolutionary politics as civil war: New perspectives on state formation in Southeast Asia