NELSON INSTITUTE DIRECTOR PUBLISHES ESSAY ON THE LIMITS OF INTERVENTION

 January 20, 2006

HARRISONBURG—Dr. J. Peter Pham, Director of the Nelson Institute for International and Public Affairs at James Madison University, has published an essay on “The Limits of Intervention—Humanitarian or Otherwise” in the current issue of Human Rights & Human Welfare.

Human Rights & Human Welfare, a refereed journal founded by human rights scholar Jack Donnelly, is published by the Graduate School of International Studies of the University of Denver for the International Human Rights Consortium (a group consisting of the Zentrum für Entwicklungforschung of the Rheinischen Friedrich-Wihelms-Universität-Bonn, the Human Rights Center of the University of California-Berkeley, the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs of Carleton University, the Graduate School of International Studies of the University of Denver, the Human Rights Centre of the University of Essex, the Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information, the Human Rights Program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Faculty of Law of the University of Utrecht). Dr. Pham has served on its editorial board since 2005.

The online text of Dr. Pham’s essay can be found at http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/volumes/2006/pham-2006.pdf.