Friday, January 23, 2009

CONF.- Conflict in the Caucasus: Implications for International Order, U. of Reading, Apr. 15

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CONF.- Conflict in the Caucasus, U. of Reading, Apr. 15

Posted by: Christopher Waters <>

Leading academics, with expertise in diverse fields of International
Law and International Relations, will present papers on issues arising
from the recent Russia-Georgia dispute over South Ossetia. Topics
include: the use of force, forced migration, human rights,
self-determination and the role of international institutions and
courts. The School of Law at the University of Reading (UK), will
host this one-day conference, which is cosponsored by the Centre for
Transnational Law and Justice at the University of Windsor (Canada).


Bill Bowring (Birkbeck)
Sandy Ghandhi (Reading)
James Green (Reading)
Robert McCorquodale (BIICL)
Anneke Smit (Windsor)
Christoph Stefes (Colorado)
Christopher Waters (Windsor)
Dominik Zaum (Reading)

The conference is to take place in Foxhill House at the University of
Reading on Wednesday, 15 April 2009, from 9 am to 4 pm, with lunch and
refreshments to be provided. There will be an attendance fee of £10
for students and £20 for non-students. To register for this event, or
to request further information, please send an email to any of the
addresses provided below.

Conference convenors:

Dr James A. Green, University of Reading (
Professor Christopher Waters, University of Windsor (

Assistant organisers:

David Leary (
Valbona Bajrami (

Christopher Waters, DCL
Faculty of Law
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario
Canada N9B 3P4
+ (1) 519-253-3000 ext. 4233

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