This edited collection sets out to examine the role of international law in bringing about the humanitarian-development-peace divide, and the potential to advance the ‘triple nexus’ agenda through international law. Going beyond traditional debates about regime fragmentation and failures to enforce international law, the book will explain legal challenges that stand in the way of the convergence between the three sectors. The book will provide an indispensable resource for scholars and practitioners interested in enabling better coordination of international interventions in protracted conflict.
The volume will be edited by Robin Geiss, Heike Krieger, Asli Ozcelik Olcay, Giedre Jokubauskaite and Andreas Buser.
Currently the book is in the early stages of production. Further information on the table of contents, contributors and related events will be shared in due course.
Internal Project Workshop – October 14th 2021
On October 14th, our German partners hosted an internal meeting…
Project Workshop in Berlin
While currently all of the Endless Conflicts project meetings are taking place online due to Covid 19, the first in-person project workshop is planned for Fall 2021.