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UTA professor's new book explores international response time to foreign conflicts
Date:2/10/2014

d their interpersonal relationships, for better or worse, influenced their decision-making.

"Previously, scholars modeled crisis decision-making as a collection of national interests of the countries around the table. In practice, personal networks play as much as a role as those politics," Hardt said.

Beth Wright, dean of the UT Arlington College of Liberal Arts, said Hardt's research will further understanding of key issues of conflict and peace around the world.

"Dr. Hardt has presented her research at the International Security Forum in Geneva to diplomats, government officials, and other practitioners as well as fellow scholars," Wright said. "It is impressive that her research is not only internationally respected but is having an international impact. We are fortunate to count her among our colleagues."

The book comes amid calls for international intervention in Syria, where a nearly three-year-old civil war has killed more than 135,000 people. More than 10,000 victims are children who were raped, tortured or maimed, according to a recent report posted on the United Nations website.

"The tragedy in Syria reflects a need for organizations such as the UN and NATO to reassess the rapid reaction capabilities they have long been developing, but a lack of trust among member countries further compounds the reluctance to act," Hardt said.

"Time to React: The Efficiency of International Organizations in Crisis Response" is published by Oxford University Press and is available online at Amazon.com and via other websites.


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Contact: Bridget Lewis
blewis@uta.edu
817-272-3317
University of Texas at Arlington
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