- Costly Democracy. Why peacebuilding rarely leads to democracy.
Prof Christoph Zurcher
- Dirty war crimes: the jurisdiction of memory in Argentina
Professor Peter Rush
- The Tyranny of Getting to Yes and the Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping
Prof Lise Howard
"The Tyranny of Getting to Yes and the Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping" - Prof Lise Howard, Associate Professor of Government, Georgetown University.
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- The Kenyan Human Rights Commission
Lynne Muthoni Wanyeki, former Executive Director, Kenyan Human Rights Commission
- The De-Emerging Nations? Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa's struggle to Eradicate Disease
Eduardo J. Gomez, Senior Lecturer in International Development and Emerging Economies (LSE)
- American Jews, the Rise of Jewish Humanitarianism, and the Distancing from Israel
Prof Michael Barnett
There is considerable debate regarding whether American Jews are increasingly "distant" from Israel, and, if so, why. As the feelings of American Jews toward Israel has grown more complicated, there has been a surging popularity of "tikkun olam," the Jewish responsibility to repair the world. Is there a connection between these developments?
- The Responsibility to Protect
Professor Jennifer Welsh, University of Oxford and UN Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General for the Responsibility to Protect
- "Humanity's Law" - with the London Transitional Justice Network
Professor Ruti Teitel, New York Law School. Discussant: Professor Gerry Simpson, University of Melbourne