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The Future of Track-Two Diplomacy

In a world where traditional interstate diplomacy often misses critical dynamics of global affairs, such as the influences of religion and culture, there are increasing calls to buttress, or bypass altogether, traditional diplomacy in favor of society-centered "track-two diplomacy." This Doyle...

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Paul Wee

Paul A. Wee is a Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University. As a conflict resolution practitioner Wee helped stakeholders in the Guatemalan conflict produce the Oslo Accords of 1990, and he was also a member of the UN Observer Mission to South Africa, charged with overseeing the first free and fair democratic elections after the fall of apartheid. From 1986-93 he was assistant general secretary for International Affairs and Human Rights of the Lutheran World Federation. Wee is the author of American Destiny and the Calling of the Church (2006); he is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and has served several congregations in the Washington, DC area. Wee holds a BA from Harvard University, a Masters of Divinity degree from Luther Seminary, and a PhD, magna cum laude, from the University of Berlin.

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A Discussion with Paul Wee, Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University
May 22, 2011

Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Saaliha Khan interviewed Paul Wee, Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.