Dr. Warren Haffar
Dean of International Affairs
Warren R. Haffar, Ph.D., earned a B.S. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Utah, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Peace Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Haffar is Dean of International Affairs and Director of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program. Prior to his appointment at Arcadia University, Dr. Haffar served as a program officer at the Project on Ethnic Relations, an NGO that conducts programs of high-level intervention and serves as a neutral mediator to prevent ethnic conflict in Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the former Soviet Union. His experience extends to mediation of environmental disputes as well as research and publication on the sources of environmental conflict, sustainable development strategies in post-conflict societies, and research methods in conflict analysis.
- Haffar, W., & Alvi-Aziz, H. (March 2007). "Mediation and Conflict Resolution Principles and the War in Iraq: A Congruence Analysis of Bush’s New Iraq Strategy." Presented at the International Studies Association conference, Chicago, IL.
- Haffar, W. (March, 2006). "Mediation and Conflict resolution principles and the war in Iraq: A congruence analysis of Bush’s new Iraq Strategy." Presented at the International Studies Association.
Historical & Political Studies
Easton Hall, Room 231
Dr. Peter Siskind, Dept. Chair