Arthur's Twitter Feed

  • RT  @ipinst : States that guarantees the fundamental #humanrights of their citizens are more likely to experience peace and stability. On #… 2 days ago
  • RT  @TheUNTimes : The killing on Thursday of 14 peacekeepers in DR Congo is the deadliest attack on  @UNPeacekeeping  in 24 years - in 1993 26… 2 days ago
  • RT  @telegramwriter : It's finally out! The 2017 edition of the #UN Contingent-Owned Equipment Manual was just issued, with all the new stand… 1 week ago
  • RT  @UN_DPA : “Jihadists” and religionist rebels: Responding to the evolving profile of armed groups: https://t.co/wFJ8GoAFJY https://t.co/Wg… 2 weeks ago
  • RT  @MENASTREAM : Niger Approves Armed U.S. Drone Flights, Expanding Pentagon’s Role in Africa https://t.co/y595jsGkLy 2 weeks ago

Arthur Boutellis

Director of the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations, International Peace Institute

BIOGRAPHY

Arthur Boutellis is Director of the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations at the International Peace Institute (IPI). Since first joining IPI in 2011, his work has focused on a variety of policy matters related to UN peace operations (peacekeeping and special political missions), including strategic planning, management, force generation, partnerships including with the African Union, peacebuilding, mediation and peace processes, prevention, transnational organized crime, DDR/SSR, protection of civilians, and the politics of UN reform.

In addition to IPI, Arthur has worked with the UN missions in Burundi (BINUB), Chad and the Central African Republic (MINURCAT), Haiti (MINUSTAH), and most recently, Mali (MINUSMA) where he supported the 2014-15 Mali peace negotiations as part of the UN Mediation Team. His prior work with humanitarian NGOs and think tanks focused on the Middle East and Africa.

He has published widely, regularly speaks at conferences and in the media and teaches a graduate-level seminar at Columbia University. He holds a master’s degree in public affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques. He is bilingual in French and English, as well as fluent in Spanish.

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