Stimson hosted a discussion of the new book, Security and Development in Global Politics, which looks at seven core international issues from the point of view of security and development: aid, humanitarian assistance, governance, health, poverty, trade and resources, and demography.
At no time has security and development been more scrutinized nor of greater importance; this discussion explored the trends driving a new assessment of these global imperatives.
The event featured:
Richard Cincotta, contributing author and Demographer in Residence, Stimson
Julie Fischer, contributing author and Director of Global Health and Security program, Stimson
Joanna Spear, editor and Associate Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Security Policy Studies Program at George Washington University
Paul D. Williams, editor and Associate Professor of International Affairs and Associate Director of Security Policy Studies Program at George Washington University
Kevin J. Cosgriff, moderator and Vice Admiral USN (Retired)
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