Why we’re not all in this together, and why we must be
Marie-Joëlle Zahar / @JoelleZahar
Professor of political science, Université de Montréal
Marie-Joëlle Zahar is a professor of political science, director of the Research Network on Peace Operations at the Université de Montréal and a researcher at the Network for Strategic Analysis. A non-resident senior fellow with the New York-based International Peace Institute, she specializes in conflict resolution and peacebuilding. Zahar is also a senior mediation expert for the United Nations, where she served from 2014 to 2016 on the Standby Team of Senior Mediation Advisers.
Most Recent Posts
Even though our government may not want to put troops […]
Zahar: Syria is on the brink of civil war. Democracy is being undermined in Egypt. Is the Arab Spring over?
It is not. The Arab Spring was the beginning not […]
The situation in Haïti two years after the earthquake cannot […]
It is way too early to make such a determination […]
Zahar: Should we view the Oslo attack as an arbitrary act or as a reflection of wider political and religious extremism?
Although the act itself seems to be the work of […]
Zahar: Does last week’s creation of a Southern Sudanese state point to a secession as the solution to other African conflicts?
South Sudan’s independence highlights that secession remains an exception rather […]
Whether Christine Lagarde and the IMF can save the Euro […]
Our utmost priority should be to develop effective ways of […]