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Exit Strategies and State Building

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Duration: 0:45:50 | Added: 19 Apr 2013
Drawing on his current research and recent book, Richard Caplan addresses issues relating to exit strategies and state building.

Richard Caplan is Professor of International Relations and Official Fellow of Linacre College. His principal research interests are concerned with international organisations and conflict management. His current research is focused on post-conflict state-building. He is directing a research project on 'Exit Strategies and Peace Consolidation' that is examining the empirical experiences of, and scholarly and policy questions associated with, exit in relation to four types of international operations where state-building has been a major objective: colonial administrations, peacekeeping operations, military occupations and international administrations. 2009, Professor Caplan was appointed a UK representative on a European research consortium that will examine new challenges to peacekeeping and the EU's role in multilateral crisis management. In 2009 he was also appointed a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Fragile States.

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