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INSCT Co-Hosts International Workshop on Islam and Conflict Norms

Representatives from the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) traveled to the Arab Gulf recently to co-host a preparatory workshop toward a future international conference on Islam and the Laws of War, to be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 2015.

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What Egypt’s New Constitution Tells Us About Political Transition

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Project Precis: Postconflict Justice and Islam

By CORRI ZOLI. The Project Precis provides a description of the postconflict justice part of the INSCT Islam, International Humanitarian Law, and Postconflict Justice initiative. It also discusses the main research questions for the scholar-practitioner workshop that was held in the fall of 2010 in Washington, DC.

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Postconflict Justice & Islam Workshop 2010

  Goal The goal of this workshop was to begin identifying the most pressing issues at the intersection of Islamic jurisprudence and international humanitarian law (IHL) and to consider how the shared concerns of both sets of laws may prompt creativity in addressing troubling gaps—notably, the lack of standards for dealing with the rise of […]

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Islam & IHL Workshop 2009

Overview & Topics INSCT’s interdisciplinary workshop gathered scholars and practitioners from the fields of Islamic law, Muslim politics and culture, comparative religion and history, international conflict and security, and international law and human rights with interest in the contribution of Islam to the rules governing the conduct of warfare. The workshop was a vital first […]

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