Steven D. Roper is a Professor of Political Science at Florida Atlantic
University. His research explores the design and the implementation of transitional
justice with a focus on conflict resolution mechanisms. His research examines
transitional justice and human rights issues in diverse regions including
East Europe and the former Soviet Union, Africa, the Middle East and Southeast
Asia. He has held grants from the American Council of Learned Societies,
the International Research & Exchanges Board, the Social Science Research
Council and was a Fulbright Scholar and Fulbright Senior Specialist. Dr.
Roper has served as a consultant to the US Agency for International Development,
US Department of State and the World Bank. In addition to his work in the
area of human rights, Dr. Roper has an extensive experience in international
education and has served as a consultant on the Bologna process and models
of national accreditation. He is the author of four books and over fifty
articles and book chapters.
Photo from the opening of a polling station in Belarus for parliamentary elections.
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