[Please note that the webcast will begin at approx 12:30 PM.]
Dr. Alterman describes the principal challenges for the Arab Middle East states as "developing human capital and strengthening public policy environments." In aspiring to these, he calls for patience and long-haul commitment, even restraint, from Western donor sources.
The U.S. Global Engagement program gratefully acknowledges the support for its work from the following: Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Donald M. Kendall, Rockefeller Family & Associates, and Booz & Company.
Speaker: Jon B. Alterman
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
170 East 64th Street
New York, NY 10065-7478
(212) 752-2432 - Fax
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This luncheon is FREE for Patron Subscribers, $25 for Carnegie Council Members, $45 for non-Members. RSVP and payment required in advance. Seating is limited.
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