2009 Security Sector Engagement Photos

 

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Discussing how to improve civilian-military cooperation to promote democratic governance and stability in West Africa are, from left, Michael E. Hess, Vice President for Development and Stability Operations at MPRI; Dr. Brad Gutierrez, Academic Chair of Security Studies at the Africa Center; Dave Peterson, Senior Director of the Africa Program of the National Endowment for Democracy, who moderated the program; and Colonel Birame Diop of the Partners Center in Dakar, Senegal.

Discussing how to improve civilian-military cooperation to promote democratic governance and stability in West Africa are, from left, Michael E. Hess, Vice President for Development and Stability Operations at MPRI; Dr. Brad Gutierrez, Academic Chair of Security Studies at the Africa Center; Dave Peterson, Senior Director of the Africa Program of the National Endowment for Democracy, who moderated the program; and Colonel Birame Diop of the Partners Center in Dakar, Senegal.

Mr. Hess addresses the definition of human security by illustrating the U.S. military’s role in development activities.
Mr. Hess addresses the definition of human security by illustrating the U.S. military’s role in development activities.
Dr. Gutierrez urges the audience to remember to see the symmetry of traditional security and human security rather than seeing them as competitors in a zero-sum-game.
Dr. Gutierrez urges the audience to remember to see the symmetry of traditional security and human security rather than seeing them as competitors in a zero-sum-game.
Colonel Diop stresses the nature of security sector engagement on issues of human security and social development in Senegal.
Colonel Diop stresses the nature of security sector engagement on issues of human security and social development in Senegal.

 

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