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PhD, International Relations, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy MA, Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy BS, Human Services, St. John’s University, magna cum laude
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“Cross Cultural Communication for National Security Officials,” Defense Information School, Joint Senior Public Affairs Officers Course, Department of Defense, Ft. Meade, MD, December 14, 2015
“Advanced Negotiations for Senior National Security Professionals” George Washington University, Elliot School of International Affairs, National Security Studies Program, Senior Manager Course in National Security Leadership, Washington, DC, October 28, 2015
“Non-Transactional Negotiations in the Field: Hostages, Barricades and Checkpoints,” Fordham University Law School, 9TH Dispute Resolution Society Forum, New York, NY, October 5, 2015
“Negotiating Transitional Justice in Colombia,” United States Institute of Peace/USAID/WOLA/ICTJ, Conference on Historical Memory and Transitional Justice in Colombia's Peace Process, Washington DC, September 30, 2015
Area of Expertise:
international negotiation, military negotiations, ceasefires, humanitarian negotiations, peace process, back channel negotiation
Anthony Wanis-St. John researches international negotiation, military negotiations, ceasefires, humanitarian negotiations and peace processes. He has created several advanced courses on negotiation for SIS, ranging from interpersonal skills and analysis to complex international multilateral contexts. He also conducts advanced negotiation trainings, mediation and conflict resolution workshops in diverse organizational contexts and sectors. He is an advisor to the Academy of International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding at the United States Institute of Peace.
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