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Intelligence and the Transition from War to Peace
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Hosted by James Madison University, the purpose of the conference is to examine the role of intelligence in the transition from war to peace at the end of the conflict in Bosnia in 1995. This event follows the CIA's decision to declassify several hundred documents detailing intelligence support to US policymakers. Topics to be addressed include, but are not limited to: diplomacy, military intervention, ethnicity, conflict resolution, and the role of moral concerns in foreign policy.

3/19/2014 to 3/20/2014
When: 3/19/2014
Where: James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia 
United States
Contact: Tim Walton

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James Madison University is inviting people from both academia and government to Intelligence and the Transition from War to Peace, A Multidisciplinary Assessment, a conference examining the CIA documents on intelligence support to US decision-making on Bosnia (1992-1996). 

The conference will include scholars from the United States and abroad presenting papers exploring the role of intelligence in war and peace, and the multidimensional nature of conflict resolution, as well as eyewitness accounts from individuals who actively participated in the Bosnian War and Dayton Peace Accords.
The conference will be held on the JMU campus on March 19-20, 2014. Details on conference topics, speakers and agenda will be provided on the conference website as they become available.
Registration for the conference will start in January, and registration along with other details regarding the conference will be available at the conference's website:

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