PPOL-709-10 CONFLICT PREVENTION/POST-CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Professor Bannon
This module will explore the nexus between violent intrastate conflict and development. It will examine some of the key conceptual frameworks advanced to understand conflict and will explore specific themes which have preoccupied researchers and policy practitioners in recent years. The course will not turn you into a conflict specialist, but is rather designed to provide a broad overview of some of the key themes that preoccupy conflict practitioners and policy makers in the development field. The emphasis is on the development nexus, rather than the important diplomatic, political or military aspects.
Credits: 1.5
Prerequisites: None

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PPOL-709-20 POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION
Faculty:
This course covers practical issues in and normative dimensions of post-conflict reconstruction. Our focus is on assessing conflict and post-conflict environments and the coordination of actors and resources in moving from a cessation of hostilities to resumption of normal state and society activities. (1.5 credits, 2nd half module).
Credits: 1.5
Prerequisites: None
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