ISHR Publications

David L.
Phillips
Huffington Post
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, writes in the Huffington Post that Serbia represents the epicenter of Russia’s anti-American agenda to destabilize pro-western states.

David L.
Phillips
The Huffington Post
Tuesday, April 18, 2017

David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, writes in the Huffington Post that the Turkish referendum held on April 16th was marred by extensive electoral fraud and a pervading climate of political fear. 

David L.
Phillips
The Huffington Post
Friday, April 14, 2017

David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, examines the legitimacy of the Turkish referendum to amend the constitution ahead of the April 16, 2017 vote.

David L.
Phillips
The Huffington Post
Tuesday, April 11, 2017

David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, writes in the Huffington Post that former New York mayor Rudy W. Giuliani is undermining US interests by defending an Iran sanctions evader Reza Zarrab. 

Institute for the Study of Human Rights
Thursday, April 6, 2017

The 2016 report for ISHR’s Human Rights Summer Program, developed in conjunction with the School of Professional Studies. The program emphasizes the interaction between human rights theory and practice and offers students the opportunity to explore human rights both inside and outside the classroom. 

David L.
Phillips
Program on Peace-building and Rights
Monday, April 3, 2017

An April 5, 2017, David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, provided testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affair regarding the deterioration of democracy in Turkey. This document is the full written testimony submitted to Congress. 

Friday, March 31, 2017

In considering the politics and policies of commemorating the past, this conference probes how public discourses about memory change over time. Papers that explore how the past is known, interpreted, conceptualized, or articulated, and how such representations evolve with the passage of time, are welcome. How has the passage of time changed the way memories of historical violence, atrocity and genocide are represented in the public sphere? In what ways do political, social and cultural forces influence, appropriate, or stifle these memories in different ways as the original event recedes into the more distant past? 

David L.
Phillips
The Huffington Post
Monday, March 27, 2017

David L. Phillips writes in the Huffington Post that Macedonia needs a conflict resolution plan in order to stabilize the country and mitigate the prospect of political violence following two years of protracted political crisis.

David L.
Phillips
Daily News
Monday, March 13, 2017

David L. Phillips writes in the Daily News that the replacement for Preet Bharara, the recently fired U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, must continue the case against Reza Zarrab, a dual Iranian-Turkish national accused of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.

Lambros
Baltsiotis
Ivanka
Dodovska
Dalibor
Jovanovski
Monday, March 6, 2017

Balkan Crossroads is a compilation of essays by graduate students and post-doctoral candidates at Panteion University (Athens) and Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (Skopje). The publication is part of a shared history project involving students and faculty from both countries.

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