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Appendix 4 - Targeted Sanctions Consortium (TSC) participants

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 March 2016

Thomas J. Biersteker
Affiliation:
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Sue E. Eckert
Affiliation:
Brown University, Rhode Island
Marcos Tourinho
Affiliation:
Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Sao Paulo
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Summary

The project has been co-directed by Professor Thomas J. Biersteker, Gasteyger Professor of International Security and Director of the Programme for the Study of International Governance at the Graduate Institute, Geneva (thomas.biersteker@graduateinstitute.ch), and the Honorable Sue E. Eckert, Senior Fellow, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University (sue_eckert@brown.edu).

Academic researchers, sanctions experts, and practitioners with direct participation in one of the TSC events (conferences, workshops, planning meetings) include the following:

  1. Scholars

  2. John Agbonifo, Osun State University, Nigeria

  3. Andrea Bianchi, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

  4. Alix Boucher, Center for Global Counterterrorism Cooperation, New York, USA

  5. Jane Boulden, Royal Military College, Canada

  6. Michael Brzoska, Hamburg University, Germany

  7. Thomas Cargill, Chatham House, London, UK

  8. Andrea Charron, University of Manitoba, Canada

  9. Caty Clement, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Geneva, Switzerland

  10. Neta Crawford, Boston University, USA

  11. Margaret Doxey, University of Trent, Canada

  12. Chioma Ebeniro, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

  13. Kimberly Elliott, Center for Global Development, Washington, DC, USA

  14. Mikael Eriksson, Swedish Defense Research Institute, Sweden

  15. Elena Gadjanova, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

  16. Francesco Giumelli, Groningen University, Netherlands

  17. Vera Gowlland-Debbas, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

  18. Zuzana Hudáková, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

  19. George Lopez, University of Notre Dame, USA

  20. Shawna Meister, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

  21. Clara Portela, Singapore Management University, Singapore

  22. Detlof Sprinz, Potsdam University, Germany

  23. David Sylvan, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland

  24. Masataka Tamai, Ritsumeikan University, Japan

  25. Marcos Tourinho, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil

  26. Mineko Usui, Komazawa Women's University, Japan

  27. Alex Vines, Chatham House, UK

  28. Peter Wallensteen, Uppsala University, Sweden

  29. Takehiko Yamamoto, Waseda University, Japan

  30. Policy practitioners

  31. Richard Barrett, former Al-Qaida Monitoring Team, New York, UK

  32. Paul Bentall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, UK

  33. David Biggs, UN Secretariat Sanctions Unit, New York, USA

  34. Joshua Black, US Mission to the UN, New York, USA

  35. Rico Carisch, former member, UN Panels of Experts, New York, Switzerland

  36. Kiho Cha, UN Secretariat Sanctions Unit, New York, USA

  37. Riccarda Chanda-Trippel, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland

  38. Jasmin Cheung-Gertler, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa, Canada

  39. Peter Grk, Foreign Ministry, Slovenia

  40. Ralf Heckner, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland

  41. Benno Laggner, Foreign Ministry, Bern, Switzerland

  42. Christine Lee, former Al-Qaida Monitoring Team, Singapore

  43. Loraine Rickard-Martin, former UN Secretariat, New York, Jamaica

  44. Jennifer McNaughton, UK Mission to the UN, New York, UK

  45. Eric Rosand, US Department of State, Washington, DC, USA

  46. Daniela Schneider, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland […]

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Targeted Sanctions
The Impacts and Effectiveness of United Nations Action
, pp. 386 - 388
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2016

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