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Famine, the end of the World and an Action Plan

The United Nations said 20,000,000 people from four countries in Africa are at risk of starvation if $4.4 billion of aid effort doesn’t reach them by the end of July.   229 more words

Climate Change


Whether we realize it or not, we’re all security minded and safety-conscious to one degree. Most of us lock our door, bypass crime ridden neighborhoods, don’t unfurl billfolds in public, and stop mail and newspaper deliveries when we’re away on vacation. 1,103 more words

Optimism Prescribed at Vision 20 Summit in Washington DC

It is April of 2016. A distinguished group of former diplomats and international affairs thought leaders gather along the humid bay of Hangzhou, China to discuss the future of the G20 community—an economic and political partnership of major world leaders spanning the United States and China to France and India. 590 more words


IAC TALK with Juval Aviv

Israeli-American Council NY

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

Global Security: an even-handed look at where threats really exist… 81 more words

The Concert of Europe and Great-Power Governance Today

The Concert of Europe and Great-Power Governance Today. RAND Corporation. Kyle Lascurettes. February 13, 2017.

This report describes the key principles of the Concert of Europe, analyzes its effects, and draws implications for future U.S. 163 more words


Nonproliferation, Nuclear Security and Advanced Reactors

Kenneth Luongo, President of PGS, spoke at the Third Way Advanced Reactor Summit in Washington DC on February 21. He addressed the need to take action to ensure that all advanced reactor designs minimize nuclear security and proliferation concerns and that none will contribute to global nuclear insecurity. 9 more words