The Future of Diplomacy Project, the newest research initiative to be launched by the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), has announced its resident and nonresident research fellows for fall 2010.
“Our research fellows bring a blend of practical and academic expertise in diplomacy to the Harvard community, which is instrumental to the critical examination of international conflict resolution mechanisms today,” said R. Nicholas Burns, The Sultan of Oman Professor of the Practice of International Relations at HKS and director of the project.
“Their research work and the seminars they will conduct with students and faculty at HKS will support our work on how diplomacy, negotiation, and statecraft can contribute to resolving some of today’s most intractable international problems.”
Resident and nonresident fellows contribute to the work of the project through writing, research, and their participation in seminars that are open to students and members of the Harvard community.
The resident fellows are Said Tayeb Jawad and Yvonne Yew; nonresident fellows are Marc Grossman, Kenneth I. Juster, and David L. Phillips.
For complete bios of the fellows, visit the project’s website.