- Nov 24, 2015
The Project on U.S. Leadership in Development presents Careers in Development:
New Innovations in Assistance: The Blending of Humanitarian and Development Assistance
Franklin C. Moore
Director, Strategic Partnerships, Alter Modus International Corps
- Nov 19, 2015
Executive Director, Chapter Four Uganda
Senior Researcher, Africa Division, Human Rights Watch
Deputy Director and Fellow, CSIS
- Nov 17, 2015
The CSIS Chair for Southeast Asia Studies is pleased to host an off-the-record readout on the Myanmar elections, featuring:
Senior Advisor for Southeast Asia, U.S. Department of State
Senior professional staff member, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
- Oct 20, 2015
Dr. Nils Muižnieks
Commissioner for Human Rights
Council of Europe
- Oct 14, 2015
The Center for Strategic and International Studies invites you to a Statesmen's Forum on: Challenges to Global Democratic Governance
The Hon. Julie Bishop MP
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Australia
- Sep 30, 2015
For the past two weeks, all eyes have been on Chile as it works to recover from a devastating earthquake. But the country's problems stretch beyond the recent natural disaster. The past year has seen the Chilean economy falter, even as corruption scandals wreak havoc on both sides of the country's political spectrum.
- Alternative Governance in the Northern Triangle and Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy: Finding Logic within ChaosSep 21, 2015
Last year, tens of thousands of children poured across the southern border of the United States. Most orginated in Central America's Northern Triangle countries - El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras - and fled northward to escape widespread violence, instability, and lack of economic opportunity in their countries of origin.
- Sep 14, 2015
Many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa suffer from a severe shortage of school provision, with more than 20 million children lacking a secondary education, over half of whom are girls. Compared to 65 percent of children in developing countries worldwide, only 30 percent of African children are enrolled in secondary school programs.
- Sep 9, 2015
Mr. Natsios will speak about international development and the key issues that will define U.S. foreign assistance going forward, including democracy and governance, the risk of global pandemics, and food security. He will share first-hand accounts of his experience working with the U.S. Government, religious organizations, and universities.