Júlia Palik

Senior Researcher

Júlia Palik
Email: julpal@prio.org
Twitter: @juliapalik1

Research Interests

I conduct research on the effect of military and non-military third-party interventions on civil war outcomes. Currently, I lead a 3.5 year-long project on the effect of disarmament on conflict recurrence (DISARM), funded by the Norwegian Research Council. 

My geographical expertise concerns the Gulf Region and more specifically the conflict in Yemen. My thematic interest lies in the intersection of military and non-military third-party interventions in civil wars. 

Are you a researcher or a practitioner who is interested in disarmament or DDR programmes? I am always looking for opportunities to collaborate, so please get in touch.


Background

Working experience

Senior Researcher,  Conditions of Violence and Peace, PRIO 2020-

Researcher,  Conditions of Violence and Peace, PRIO 2019-2020

Research Assistant, Conditions of Violence and Peace, PRIO 2017-2019

Project manager, Middle-East Office, Antall Jozsef Knowledge Centre, Hungary 2014-2016

Research Assistant, Desalinization fields vulnerability to terrorist attacks, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh 2016

 

Education

Phd (2020) Corvinus University of Budapest, Security and Conflict Studies

M.Phil, International Relations and Political Science, Corvinus University of Budapest

BA, International Relations, Corvinus University




Publications

The following publications are specific to the PRIO GPS Centre. A more complete list is available at www.prio.org.

All Publications

GPS Policy Brief

Rødningen, Ida (2022) Negotiating Disarmament – The Gender Dimension: Barriers to the Inclusion of Women in Disarmament Negotiations, GPS Policy Brief, 5. Oslo: PRIO.