Rethinking the Future: The Next Five Years in Iraq

FEBRUARY 11 - 12
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

This two day symposium will tackle several of the key issues likely to face Iraq over the next five years. Topics of discussion include Partition, Transitional Justice, Displaced Persons, Islamic Law & the Constitution, Water Rights, and Direct Participation in Hostilities. Also scheduled is a screening of the documentary Meeting Resistance, a thrilling behind the scenes look into the lives and minds of the insurgency. A Q&A session with the film's Directors will follow the screening. Confirmed participants include Chief Investigatory Judge Raid Juhi of the Iraq High Tribunal, Tom Farer, Claudio Grossman, Michael Scharf, Roberta Cohen, Ann Mayer, Robert Goldman, and Paul Williams, as well as senior representatives from the Brookings Institution, UNHCR, UNAMI, USIP, PILPG, Department of Defense, and the International Red Cross.

Sponsored by the American University International Law Review and the Public International Law & Policy Group

Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff & General Public – no charge
(registration is required)

CLE Accreditation (2 day credits) will be applied for
CLE Registration Fee -  $100

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Click the links below for the Podcast - Rethinking The Future: The Next Five Years in Iraq
Introductions and Opening Remarks

The Partition Potential

Questions and Answers Session

Transitional Justice

Day 2
Islamic Law

The Euphrates-Tigris

Lunch Presentation
Bluebooking in Baghdad

Lives in the Balance


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