U.S. Military and Counter-Terrorism in Africa: Is Anybody Watching?

Livingston Lecture: Wallace House Presents Christina Goldbaum, Bronwyn Bruton and John Ciorciari

John Ciorciari, Christina Goldbaum and Bronwyn Bruton John Ciorciari, Christina Goldbaum and Bronwyn Bruton
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In 2017, journalist Christina Goldbaum’s on-the-ground investigation in Somalia exposed a U.S. military raid alleged to have resulted in the deaths of 10 Somali civilians. From a peacekeeping and nation–building force to troop build-ups, drone strikes and counter-terrorism operations, the U.S. rules of engagement are changing. Join Goldbaum, the Atlantic Council ‘s Bronwyn Bruton and the Ford School’s John Ciorciari for an examination of the U.S. military’s presence and role in Africa and the implications for civilian lives and global security.

This Livingston Lecture event is co-sponsored by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the International Policy Center. Produced with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
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Map Weill Hall (Ford School)

March 2019

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4:00pm - 5:30pm

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