David L. Phillips

David L. Phillips

David L. Phillips

David L. Phillips is director of the Program on Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding at American University in Washington, D.C.. Currently he is also a research scholar at the Center for Study of Human Rights at Columbia University and adjunct associate professor at New York University’s Graduate School of Politics. Phillips has worked as a senior adviser to the United Nations Secretariat and as a foreign affairs expert and senior adviser to the U.S. Department of State. He has held positions as a visiting scholar at Harvard University’s Center for Middle East Studies, executive director of Columbia University’s International Conflict Resolution Program, and as a professor at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. He has also been a senior fellow and deputy director of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Center for Preventive Action, director of the European Centre for Common Ground, project director at the International Peace Research Institute of Oslo, president of the Congressional Human Rights Foundation. Mr. Phillips is author of From Bullets to Ballots: Violent Muslim Movements in Transition (Transaction Press, 2008), Losing Iraq: Inside the Postwar Reconstruction Fiasco (Perseus Books, 2005), Unsilencing the Past: Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation (Berghahn Books, 2005). He has also authored many policy reports, as well as more than 100 articles in publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, International Herald Tribune, and Foreign Affairs.

Reports

IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW: SIX-POINT CEASEFIRE AGREEMENT BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GEORGIA
August 2011

REALIZING KOSOVA'S INDEPENDENCE
May 2010

MEETING WESTERN EXPECTATIONS: ALBANIA AND THE CHALLENGE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
March 2010

DISARMING, DEMOBILIZING, AND REINTEGRATING THE KURDISTAN WORKER’S PARTY
October 2007

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