University of Washington School of Public Health

JSIS 578 C, Special Topics: Tools to End Conflict and Rebuild

02/26/2018
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There are five spaces available in a new course taught by Mark Ward this spring quarter, Tools to End Conflict and Rebuild. 

 

The first half of this course will examine the current tools available to the international community to end armed conflicts – multilateral, formal, and informal. We will also seek to understand which tools work better and why. The focus will be on the ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan, Libya and Syria; conflicts in which the instructor has direct experience. The second half of the course will review the institutional tools most often used to rebuild conflict-torn countries, and to determine which are most effective and why, in both the short and long term.

 

JSIS 578 C, Special Topics: Tools to End Conflict and Rebuild

SLN 21776

5cr

Mondays 230-520p