Congress charged the U.S. Institute of Peace, an independent, bipartisan leader in reducing and preventing conflict, with convening The Task Force on Extremism in Fragile States. The Task Force has developed a proposal for a new cost-effective, evidence-based, and coordinated preventive approach. Modest U.S. investments—if they are strategic, coordinated, well-timed, and sustained—can empower communities over time to better resist extremism on their own and motivate international donors to support this cause.
Ambassador Diane Corner
Counsellor of Foreign and Security Policy, British Embassy in Washington, D.C.
Ambassador Martin Dahinden
Ambassador of Switzerland to the United States of America
Deputy General Secretary of the g7+
UN Assistant Secretary-General and Director of UNDP’s Bureau for External Relations and Advocacy
President and CEO, InterAction
Raj Kumar, moderator
Founding President and Editor-in-Chief, Devex