Thank you for the invite, I am new to the PCDN, but wanting to learn from the subject matter experts. As a brief introduction, I am from the USA, have a Master in Diplomacy in International Conflict Management and in the dissertation phase of PhD in Global Leadership. My work is primarily with the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and terrorism. I am researching the integrating of leadership traits and competences within the application and effectiveness of transitional justice instruments and reconciliation. It seems to me from literature and discussions with the experts that this has never been investigated. Which puzzles me given the emergence of non state actors that threaten not only state leaders but cause the preponderance of inter and intrastate violence. In your research and experience, do you know how does state leaders deal with non state actors either internal or external to their borders to resolve conflicts when they have no authority? Maybe a better question, what leadership traits and competences is needed to deal with non state actors by transitional justice practitioner's? This is a question for anyone in the group. I am interested in your perspective.
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