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Third-Party Intervention and International Monitoring in the City of Hebron

TIPH

CMES director Karin Aggestam has contributed to a report by the Norwegian Refugee Council on third-party mechanisms in conflict resolution and lessons learned from the Temporary International Presence in the Hebron (TIPH)

Karin Aggestam's contribution focuses on third-party intervention and international monitoring in the city of Hebron and is part of the newly published report by the Norwegian Refugeee Council, The Impact of Third-Party Mechanisms in Conflict Resolution: Lessons Learned from the Temporary International Presence in Hebron. 

Download and read the report here

Karin Aggestam's staff page