Risk and Failing States

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Speakers
Isobel Coleman

Senior Fellow and Director of the Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative, and Director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations

Senior Fellow and Director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program, Council on Foreign Relations

Christine Cheng

Lecturer in International Relations, Department of War Studies, King's College London

Experts discuss the inherent risk of failing states and the economic consequences for the United States and global community.

This session is part of a CFR symposium, Risk and Strategy for the Changing World, which was made possible by the generous support of Rita E. Hauser, and organized in cooperation with King's College London.

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