CfP: “The Rule of Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Internal and International Dilemmas”, 27-28 June 2016 and 29-30 September 2016
The Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, the Lauder School of Governance, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC (Herzliya), and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are pleased to announce a call for papers for two workshops on “The Rule of Law in Areas of Limited Statehood: Internal and International Dilemmas”. The workshops will take place in Herzliya (Israel) on 27-28 June 2016 and Leuven (Belgium) on 29-30 September 2016.
Areas of Limited Statehood are territories where governments lack the ability or will to implement and enforce rules, provide essential public services – including law and order – or in which the legitimate monopoly over the means of violence is lacking.
The goal of the two workshops is to explore, in a focused manner, the various challenges that Areas of Limited Statehood pose to both internal Rule of Law conditions and international law. We are interested in hearing perspectives from both practitioners and scholars.
Abstracts of no longer than 250 words, together with a short CV are to be submitted by 21 March 2016.
Further details of the call for papers can be found here.
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