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    Syria: The Wider Implications, Topic of Panel on October 1, 7:30pm

    SyriaPoster.jpgSyria: The Wider Implications

    Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 7:30pm

    G202 Murray Hall

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Free Admission, Open to the Public

    Whether or not the international community agrees on a way to bring Syria’s chemical weapons under international control, the conflict in Syria will continue.  How outside powers affect and are affected by that conflict is the subject of this panel presentation by UNC-CH political science faculty and doctoral students.  Panelists will address the history of US involvement, the larger regional implications of the conflict, the track record of outside interventions and of outside mediation in civil wars, and how the U.S. military provides civilian leaders with advice about the use of military force.

    Introduction:  Professor Timothy McKeown

    The Evolution of U.S Involvement:  Bryce Loidolt, doctoral student

    Regional Implications of the Syrian Conflict:  Professor Navin Bapat

    The Political Dynamics of Outside Intervention in Civil Wars:  Professor Stephen Gent

    The Experience of Mediation in Civil Wars:  Elizabeth Menninga, doctoral student

    Role of the U.S. Military in Advising Political Leaders on the Use of Force:  Chris Watt, doctoral student

    Sponsored by the Department of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information call: 919-843-3922 or email: ps_undergradcoordinator@unc.edu

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