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Alex Bellamy
Non-resident Senior Adviser

Alex Bellamy is a Non-resident Senior Adviser working on the 'Providing for Peacekeeping' program. Alex is currently Professor of International Security at the Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Australia,

 

Kristen E. Boon
Visiting Senior Adviser

Dr. Kristen E. Boon is a visiting senior adviser at IPI, working on sanctions and conflict management in Africa under the Coping with Crisis program.   

Dr. Boon has served on the Seton Hall Law School

 

Arthur Boutellis
Non-resident Adviser

Arthur's work focuses on the relationship between the United Nations and regional organizations in Africa, the management of UN peace operations, UN integrated strategic planning, peacekeeping, organized crime, DDR,

 

Craig Charney
Non-resident Senior Adviser

Craig Charney, Senior Adviser to the International Peace Institute, is a pollster and political scientist and an expert on public opinion in the Middle East and Muslim Asia, conflict resolution, and fragile states. As

 

John L. Hirsch
Senior Adviser

John L. Hirsch is currently a senior adviser to IPI President Terje Rød-Larsen after having held various positions at IPI, including Vice President and Acting Head of the Africa Program. He is also Adjunct Professor at

 

Warren Hoge
Senior Adviser for External Relations

Warren Hoge joined IPI as Vice President and Director of External Relations in June 2008. In more than three decades as an editor and foreign correspondent at the New York Times, he served as Bureau Chief in

 

Emmanuel Letouzé
Non-resident Adviser

Emmanuel Letouzé is an IPI Non-resident Adviser working in the areas of new technologies in peacebuilding and conflict prevention, as well as statebuilding and civilian capacities. He is a regular consultant for the UN

 

Youssef Mahmoud
Senior Adviser

Youssef Mahmoud is a Senior Adviser IPI supporting the Africa, Middle East, and peace operations programs and serves as focal point on mediation policies and practices. Before retiring from the United Nations in January

 

Hardeep Singh Puri
Non-resident Senior Adviser

Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri joined IPI as a Senior Adviser in June, 2013. Ambassador Puri served as the Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations until February 2013, where he played a very prominent

 

Paul Williams
Non-resident Senior Adviser

Paul Williams is a Non-resident Senior Adviser working on the “Providing for Peacekeeping” project. Paul is currently an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Security Policy Studies program in the

 



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May 13, 2014
Small States at the United Nations: Diverse Perspectives, Shared Opportunities

 

Small states make up the majority of United Nations member states, and they are among the strongest advocates for the rules-based multilateral system. Yet many small states face challenges in advancing their interests at the UN.