Upcoming Seton Hall Conference on Post-Conflict Reconstruction

by Kristen Boon

Seton Hall Law & The Whitehead School of Diplomacy in Newark, NJ are holding a major symposium on post-conflict reconstruction on November 2 entitled: When the Fighting Stops: Roles and Responsibilities in Post Conflict Reconstruction



The event will compare and contrast American & multilateral approaches to post-conflict reconstruction. Speakers include:



Clint Williamson, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, James Dobbins, Director, International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Institute, John Herbst, Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization at the State Department, Daniel Serwer, Vice President, Center for Post-Conflict Peace and Stability Operations, United States Institute of Peace, Ambassador Augustine Mahiga, Permanent Mission of Tanzania to the United Nations, Don Steinberg, International Crisis Group, and Archbishop Celestino Migliore, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations.



All are welcome, and registration information is available here.

http://opiniojuris.org/2007/09/06/upcoming-seton-hall-conference-on-post-conflict-reconstruction/

One Response

  1. I have a mammoth collection of original papers, documents, and publications issued by and pertaining to US and UK military government operations in Japan, Germany, and Austria prior to and following cessation of hostilities.

    The planning for all aspects of establishment of civil government and with it, law and order, as well as for educational, legal, and economic rehabilitation displays considerable insight as well as forethought, qualities conspicuously lacking in Bush and his fellow travelers in 2002 and 2003.

    Military government activities in post-war Europe and Japan should serve as a very thorough foundation for any manner of review of how such activities might be conducted in 2001. After all, the fundamentals as well as the goals are unchanged.

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