Founder of the Conflict Resolution program, Professor Lise Howard’s research was profiled on PRI’s The World
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Peacekeeping work: Part I (new window)
“This week, Critical State, our global security newsletter, takes a deep dive into the rationale behind peacekeeping missions.
A political science Voltron came together recently. Three of the world’s leading scholars on peacekeeping, Barbara Walter, Lise Morje Howard, and Page Fortna, wrote a major article in the British Journal of Political Science, taking stock of what we know about the processes and conditions necessary for third-party peacekeeping to be effective. This week and next, Deep Dive looks at recent papers cited as key to helping future policymakers make better choices and bring conflicts to a close.”