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Meeting Notes - February 08, 2009

Improving International Responses to Armed Conflict

 

 

IPI's twelfth annual New York Seminar, Improving the International Response to Armed Conflict and State Fragility, took place at the Tarrytown Estate, New York, on May 5-8, 2008. This meeting note examines the key suggestions that emerged from the seminar, including those on improving the UN system's political-analysis capacity and incentive and accountability structures, as well as rebuilding trust among member states and harmonizing procedures across departments, agencies, funds, and programs.

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