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Scarcity and Security in Africa

Speakers: Jendayi Frazer, Distinguished Service Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; Adjunct Senior Fellow for Africa Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Juergen Voegele, Director, Agriculture and Environmental Services, World Bank
Gary Weir, Chief Historian, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Presider: Harry Broadman, Chief Economist; Leader, Emerging Markets Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers
March 20, 2013

Jendayi Frazer, Juergen Voegele, and Gary Weir flesh out the drivers of scarcity and security challenges related to natural resources in Africa, focusing on natural resource management. This meeting is part of the Global Resources, the U.S. Economy, and National Security symposium, sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations and Conservation International.

This event is made possible by the generous support of longtime CFR member Rita E. Hauser.


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Scarcity and Security in Africa

Speakers: Jendayi Frazer, Juergen Voegele, and Gary Weir
Presider: Harry Broadman

Jendayi Frazer, Juergen Voegele, and Gary Weir flesh out the drivers of scarcity and security challenges related to natural resources in...

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Scarcity and Security in Africa

Speakers: Jendayi Frazer, Juergen Voegele, and Gary Weir
Presider: Harry Broadman

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