Justice in Civil War Contexts. Interview with Adam Baczko

 Adam BaczkoAdam Baczko conducts research on the formation of legal institutions by armed movements and international actors in contexts of armed conflict, with a particular focus on Afghanistan and Syria. Adam joined CERI as CNRS researcher in September 2019. He has agreed to answer our questions.

You joined CERI in September 2019. What is your academic background?

After a double BA in War Studies and History at King’s College London, I did my Master’s and my PhD in social sciences (with a major in Political Science) at the EHESS (Ecole des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales) in Paris. My PhD was entitled Laws at War: Justice, Domination and Violence in Afghanistan (2001-2018) and was co-supervised by Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau and Gilles Dorronsoro. In September 2014, I was invited to join a programme called Order, Conflict and Violence, directed by Stathis Kalyvas at Yale University.