2006-07 Academic Year

Book: “Divining Victory: Airpower in the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War,” William M. Arkin, 2006-07 Carr Center Fellow - (Air University Press) June 1, 2007.
Book Chapter: “Foreword,” in “Road to Oxiana,” Rory Stewart, Ryan Family Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Carr Center Faculty Director - (Oxford University Press) May 18, 2007.
Book: “The Phenomenon of Torture: Readings and Commentary,” William F. Schulz, 2006-07 Carr Center Fellow - (University of Pennsylvania Press) May 15, 2007.
Book: “The Prince of the Marshes: And Other Occupational Hazards of a Year in Iraq,” Rory Stewart, Ryan Family Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Carr Center Faculty Director - (Harvest Books) April 1, 2007.
Conference Report: “Learning and Integration: Escalation of Force Procedures and Traffic Control Point Operations,” Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs - Project on the Means of Intervention, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy and U.S. Army PKSOI, with U.S. Army CALL March 26, 2007.
Interview: “Samantha Power on U.S. Foreign Policy,” Samantha Power, Anna Lindh Professor of Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy - Harvard Kennedy School, Insight Series, March 14, 2007.
Conference Report: “Learning and Integration: Escalation of Force Procedures and Traffic Control Point Operations,” Tyler Moselle, Former Acting Executive Director - Washington, DC March 1, 2007.
Speech/Lecture: “Activists Urge United Nations To Help Stop State-Sanctioned Rapes,” Omar Ismail, 2006-07 Carr Center Fellow - United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: Fifty-first Session February 28, 2007.
Book Review: “United It Wobbles: Should we blame the U.N. for its shortcomings, or the countries that make up the world body?,” Samantha Power, Anna Lindh Professor of Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy - The Washington Post, February 7, 2007.
Working Paper: “Migration, Territoriality, and Culture,” Mathias Risse, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Philosophy and Carr Center Faculty Affiliate - February 1, 2007.
Working Paper: “Common Ownership as a Basis for Human Rights: Political Not Metaphysical,” Mathias Risse, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Philosophy and Carr Center Faculty Affiliate - February 1, 2007.
Magazine Feature: “A Day in the Life of the Turquoise Mountain Foundation,” Rory Stewart, Ryan Family Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Carr Center Faculty Director - Steppe Magazine, December 22, 2006.
Journal Article: “A Test of Faith: Black Church Burnings and America's Enduring Crucible of Race,” Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of the Human Rights & Social Movements Program - Souls, December 1, 2006.
Magazine Feature: “Modernizing U.S. Counterinsurgency: Rethinking Risk and Developing a National Strategy,” Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs - Military Review, October 1, 2006.
Conference Report: “Implementing the Rule of Law and Human Rights in Stability Operations,” Tyler Moselle, Former Acting Executive Director - Charlottesville, VA September 25, 2006.
Conference Report: “Implementing the Rule of Law and Human Rights in Stability Operations,” Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs - Project on the Means of Intervention, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy and U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Legal Center September 25, 2006.
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