Forthcoming events will be posted here.
Boom, Bane, or Business as Usual? Perceptions of Economic Trends in Liberia after Peacekeeping Exit
University of Queensland, Australia - 10 June 2021 8:00pm
Registration open from: 25 May 2021–10 June 2021
To register please go to the University of Queensland webpage.
Dr John Gledhill, University of Oxford
John Gledhill is Associate Professor of Global Governance in Oxford's Department of International Development, and a Fellow of St Cross College. In his research, writing, and teaching, John investigates diverse themes of peace and conflict, including peacekeeping and peacebuilding, conflict processes, state formation and dissolution, and (transnational) social mobilisation.
Dr Sabrina Karim, Cornell University
Sabrina Karim is an Assistant Professor in the department of Government at Cornell University. Her research focuses on conflict and peace processes, particularly state building in the aftermath of civil war
Other invited talks and papers
28 April 2021 Keynote at King's College, London - Boon, Bane, or Business as Usual? Perceptions of Economic Trends in Liberia after Peacekeeping Exit (John Gledhill & Sabrina Karim)
April 2021 International Studies Association Conference - When More Is Less: Assessing the Consequences of UNOCI’s Withdrawal for Côte d’Ivoire (Richard Caplan)
September 2019 Conflict Research Society Conference - Exploring the Impact of UN Peacekeeping Operations on the Foreign Relations of Host States (Richard Caplan & John Gledhill)