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John D. Ciorciari

Associate Professor of Public Policy; Director, International Policy Center
Ciorciari is an associate professor of public policy and director of the Ford School's Weiser Diplomacy Center and International Policy Center. His research focuses on international law and politics in the Global South.
In the Media

Ciorciari comments on winding down of Khmer Rouge Tribunals

Sep 24, 2020
"I think it is quite likely that the [remaining] cases will be dismissed. With little prospect of those cases advancing... and after years of mounting donor frustration and fatigue, it is doubtful that the tribunal will be open much longer," said...

Ciorciari: American investors seek profit, safety in Cambodia

Jul 5, 2012
With a group of U.S. business owners joining U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on a trip to Cambodia, Voice of America Khmer spoke with John D. Ciorciari about the prospects for American investment in the country."Private investors are mainly...
International Policy Center (IPC) film series

A River Changes Course

Nov 21, 2014, 4:30-6:30 pm EST
Weill Hall, Betty Ford Classroom
From Cambodia’s forests to its rivers, from its idyllic rice fields to the capital’s pulsing heart, forces of radical change are transforming the landscape of the country – and the dreams of its people. A River Changes Course intimately captures the stories of three families living in Cambodia as they strive to maintain their traditional ways of life amid rapid development and environmental degradation. Award winning filmmaker and director Kalyanee Mam will offer introductory remarks, and take questions from the audience following the film screening. 
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Book Talks @ The Ford School

Hybrid Justice: The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Sep 19, 2014, 12:00-1:00 pm EDT
Weill Hall, Betty Ford Classroom
In his book with co-author Ann Heindel, John Ciorciari examines the contentious politics behind the tribunal's creation, it's flawed legal and institutional design, and the frequent politicized impasses that have undermined its ability to deliver credible and efficient justice and leave a positive legacy.