Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution - May 2009 Newsletter

ICAR News
Vol. 3, Issue 3, May 2009
http://icar.gmu.edu/Newsletters/v3_3_ICARNewsletterMay09.pdf

Editor: Lori-Ann Stephensen, lstephea@gmu.edu

Contents

AfPak: Will the New U.S. Strategy Succeed?
By Saira Yamin, ICAR Adjunct Faculty and Ph.D. Candidate

CCT (Center for Consciousness and Transformation) Offers Courses at ICAR
By Mark Thurston, ICAR Affiliate Faculty

ICAR Hosts D.C. Student Consortium Conference
By Melanie Smith, ICAR M.S. Student

A Return to ICAR's Roots: What Ever Happened to Problem Solving Workshops?
By Christopher R. Mitchell, ICAR Professor Emeritus

21st Annual Lynch Lecture: Ambassador Eliasson Urges New Priorities for U.S./E.U. Alliance
By Sandra Cheldelin, ICAR Faculty

Spotlight: Two Legacies, One Vision: The Sargent Shriver-James H. Laue Connection
By Joan Coolidge, ICAR Adjunct Professor

Spotlight: Undergrad Named Carnegie Junior Fellow
By Lori-Ann Stephensen, ICAR M.S. Student

Also in this issue: Award Winning Photograph by ICAR Student, Upcoming Events, New Book, ICAR Articles, Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor

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Paul Snodgrass
Technology and Web Services Director
Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
George Mason University
3330 Washington Blvd, Suite 500
Arlington, VA 22201
(o) 703.993.1310
(w) psnodgra@gmu.edu
(w) http://icar.gmu.edu

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Tags: Conflict, Consciousness, Eliason, ICAR, Laue, Lynch, Problem, Solving

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