With General Romeo Dallaire, the head of United Nations peacekeeping forces in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide.Open audio
This paper is intended to promote discussion as to the role that trade can play in speeding development in Africa and the possible steps that can be taken to enable Africa to participate more fully in the global market. It does not cover all the barriers to expanding trade by African countries. Other important topics – notably infrastructure, especially ports and roads, and corruption – are discussed in other conference papers. It also does not include issues that are not directly related to trade and which can only be dealt with in the longer term, such as improved health and education, which were critical components of the success of the Asian “tigers”.
Series of summaries of BLTP activities and projects, including updates and follow-ups from a number of key players in the conflict transformation project
Unedited transcript of "Election Observation Missions: Making Them Count" conference, held on April 29, 2005.
A half-day conference examining the legacy of the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act, and assessing ways to ensure that AGOA's potential is fully realized. View videos of the proceedings via the conference website.
With Ambassador Richard Sezibera, Ambassador of Rwanda to the United States, Kenneth Behring, businessman and private philanthropist and Christine Warnke, governmental affairs advisor at the law firm Hogan & HartsonOpen audio