Video On Demand

Online Event: Pursuing Effective and Conflict-Aware Stabilization (Part 2)

May 12, 2020 • 10:00 – 11:00 am EDT

Answering Your Questions

Please join the CSIS Cooperative Defense Project and Project on Prosperity and Development for the second of a two-part discussion on how the U.S. government can conduct more effective and conflict aware stabilization efforts. In part one of the event, speakers discussed how SAR principles and the newly passed Global Fragility Act provide useful frameworks to inform integrated, partnership-driven, whole-of-government approaches to stabilization in key country contexts. During part two, the same speakers will answer questions submitted by viewers like you: watch part one, read the brief, and submit questions you’d like the experts to answer on May 12th.

This event was made possible by the generous support of Chemonics, International.

Erol Yayboke

Erol Yayboke

Former Director, Project on Fragility and Mobility and Senior Fellow, International Security Program

Elizabeth Hume

Vice President, Alliance for Peacebuilding

Michele Piercey

Technical Director, Stability and Transition, Chemonics, International

Eythan Sontag

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