Announcing Dr. Paige Arthur as new Deputy Director
The NYU Center on International Cooperation (CIC) has appointed Dr. Paige Arthur as Deputy Director and head of its conflict prevention, conflict management and peace-building workstream.
Ms. Arthur comes to CIC after being the principal of Public Action Research where she worked to bring evidence-based research to bear on international peace-building issues including conflict prevention and non-recurrence; protection of civilians; transitional justice; women, peace and security, and; counter-terrorism and humanitarian engagement. Ms. Arthur is a former deputy director of Institutional Development and the Research Unit at International Center for Transitional Justice as well as a former managing editor at Ethics & International Affairs journal. Her experience includes close interaction with different UN entities working in the field of peace-building. She holds a Ph.D in history from University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. in International Relations from The Johns Hopkins University.
Ms. Arthur will take up the position on August 1st from Jim Della-Giacoma, who will continue until the end of September as a Senior Advisor at CIC before joining the ranks of the center's non-resident fellows. In Mr. Della-Giacoma’s two and a half years at CIC he oversaw the transition of CIC’s flagship publication, the Annual Review of Global Peace Operations, to the Global Peace Operations Review website, creating an worldwide readership for CIC’s analysis, commentary, and data on peace and security issues.