International Order & Conflict

Coordinating Global Priorities Amidst the Financial Crisis

Achieving national security and global development objectives amidst financial austerity and national budget cuts is rightly at the forefront of our current political discourse. Doing more with less during a time of herculean challengesrealizing the Millennium Development Goals, preventing nuclear materials from falling into terrorist hands, and curbing drug, arms and human trafficking, which undermine social and economic prospects worldwidewill require innovative solutions and unprecedented collaboration between disparate and occasionally competing policy interests. Identifying nexus points between security, development, and public health capacity-building, and subsequently designing programs that benefit each simultaneously, is an increasingly necessary yet under-exploited endeavor.

Perhaps in no other part of the world is this discussion more relevant than in Eastern Africa a region plagued by myriad security threats and development challenges. Please join us for a luncheon discussion on how to better bridge the gap between security, development, and public health in Eastern Africa.

Join us for an off-the-record discussion featuring remarks by:

Simon Limage, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Nonproliferation Programs, (ISN/NP)

 

Followed by a panel discussion featuring:

  • Semhar Araia, Horn of Africa Regional Policy Advisor, Oxfam International
  •            Julie Fischer, Senior Associate, Stimson Center
  • Alistair Millar, Executive Director, Center for Global Counterterrorism Cooperation

 

Moderated by:

  •  Brian Finlay, Senior Associate, Stimson Center

 

Time: Lunch will be served at 12 noon with the program to begin at 12:30 pm. We expect to wrap up around 2:00 pm.

Location: Stimson Center, 1111 19th Street, NW, Floor 12, Washington, DC, 20036

 

 

RSVP: Elisa Valbuena-Pfau, [email protected] , include name, affiliation and email address

 

For further information regarding MAB’s work on Eastern Africa, click here.

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