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State of Pandemonium: Assessing the Security Implications of Failed States

Date: April 9 2013 3:30pm Location: Council Chambers

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State of Pandemonium: Assessing the Security Implications of Failed States

 

While it has been said that the gravest threats to America will come from failing states, scholars debate the danger they actually pose. Are they a breeding ground for hostile nonstate actors, or simply a boogeyman, haunting policy makers by night? 

 

Panel:

Pauline Baker, president emeritus for the Fund for Peace 

David Tucker, associate professor, Department of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School 

 

Moderator: Heather Smith-Cannoy

 

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