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Ms. Melissa R. Gregg

MELISSA R. GREGG is a scholar of international criminal law whose research focuses on state noncompliance with the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998), sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict settings, and the life cycle of international norms. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in criminology at Simon Fraser University (SFU) while working full-time for an international organization in the Netherlands. Previously, she has worked as a research assistant with the FREDA Centre for Research on Violence against Women and Children, a research consultant with the intergovernmental organization Commonwealth of Learning, and a program staff member at the International Peace and Security Institute’s Hague Symposium on Post-Conflict Transitions and International Justice. She holds a master’s degree in international studies (governance and conflict) from SFU and a Bachelor of Laws with Honours from Durham University in the United Kingdom.

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SSI books and monographs by Ms. Melissa R. Gregg

  • The Dual-System Problem in Complex Conflicts

    September 20, 2018

    Authored by Dr. Robert D. Lamb, Ms. Melissa R. Gregg.
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    Conflict and fragile environments are increasingly complex and unpredictable, but the U.S. policy system itself is much more complex and unpredictable than most leaders appreciate. In this monograph, the authors argue that until we get a grasp on this “dual-system problem,” the United States will fall further and further behind in its strategic ambitions.