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Online Event: Pursuing Effective and Conflict-Aware Stabilization (Part 1)

May 5, 2020 • 10:00 – 11:00 am EDT

Lessons from Beyond the Beltway

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Please join the CSIS Cooperative Defense Project and Project on Prosperity and Development for a discussion on best practices the U.S. government can implement to conduct more effective and conflict-aware stabilization. It has been over a year since the Trump administration published its Stabilization Assistance Review (SAR), providing guiding principles that are relevant now more than ever. This discussiion will feature the launch of a CSIS Policy Brief on the subject and focus on how SAR principles and the newly passed Global Fragility Act can provide frameworks to inform integrated, partnership-driven, whole-of-government approaches in stabilization country contexts.

This event is made possible by generous support from Chemonics International.

Michele Piercey

Technical Director, Stability and Transition, Chemonics, International

Elizabeth Hume

Vice President, Alliance for Peacebuilding

Eythan Sontag

Senior Advisor, Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, U.S. Department of State

Melissa Dalton