This evaluation of the peace first peace process to suceed after decades of failed attempts examines in detail the role of the international community in Havana. It is the result of research carried out in the context of IPI’s Lessons from Mediation project, including dozens of interviews in New York and Colombia.
Opening Remarks: H.E. Ms. María Emma Mejía Vélez, Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations; Panelists: Ms. Teresa Whitfield, Officer-in-Charge, Policy and Mediation Division, United Nations Department of Political Affairs; Dr. Renata Segura, Associate Director, Social Science Research Council; Ms. Delphine Mechoulan, Policy Analyst, International Peace Institute. Mr. Daniel García Peña, Professor of Political Science at the National University of Bogota
Moderator: Mr. Arthur Boutellis, Director of IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations