02 Mar Carmela Lutmar – University of Haifa
The Effect of Implementation of Regional and UN Peacekeeping Forces on the Overall Implementation of Comprehensive Civil War Peace Agreements
Carmela Lutmar is Lecturer in the Division of International Relations in the School of Political Sciences at the University of Haifa. She holds an MA in Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame, and received her PhD from New York University (2004). Dr. Lutmar has been a research associate and lecturer at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University (2005-2009). Her research interests include leadership, regime changes, mediation in civil wars, and postwar governance in war torn societies.
Major publications include a book on Leadership Changes and Regional Stability (with Lesley Terris), forthcoming in 2018 by Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, an edited volume on Peacebuilding in the Asia Pacific (with James Ockey), forthcoming in 2018 by Palgrave-Mcmillan Publishers, and an edited volume on Regional Peacemaking and Conflict Management: A Comparative Approach (with Benjamin Miller, Routledge, 2015) as well as various articles on leadership change such as “Leadership Changes and Civil Wars Agreements: Exploring Preliminary Links,” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy (with Lesley Terris, 2016)