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Here's something not enough people know about: Every week, a team of White House videographers puts together a short episode encapsulating what the President did that week -- who he met with, where he traveled, and all sort of other fun moments in between.
This week's episode covers the President's trip to Kenya and Ethiopia -- where he attended the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit and met with leaders across government, business, and civil society -- and it's stocked with some pretty breathtaking images. Here are four of our favorites, complete with timestamps — but you should really want the full thing for yourself.
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On Tuesday, the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) hosted the event ACCOUNTdown to 2017. The primary dialogue centered on how aid donor countries and their partners could reform and necessitate international standards in order to guarantee aid effectiveness.Read more »
By: Chelsea Daymon How can we be at war with an ideology, what is it that attracts its members, and can an ideology really be combated? Read more »
By: William Selby The acquisition of Unmanned Aerial Systems by non-state actors will require U.S. forces to modify operational procedures in an approaching era of ubiquitous surveillance. Read more »
[ by Charles Cameron — a chance to have Tim Furnish’s recent writings in book form, plus a couple of recent apocalyptic issues bcoz apocalypse hasn’t gone away, oh no ] . Friend, blog friend and colleague Dr Tim Furnish recently tweeted: I have two new books coming out this fall: one on #Islam & […] Read more »
[ by Charles Cameron — not exactly an enthusiast of negative campaigning ] . I’ve been having a series of conversations with my friend Tom Merino recently, and a couple of days ago he suggested two quotes to me for comparison: I’ve formatted them in my usual DoubleQuotes style, but my friend calls the pairing […] Read more »
By: Nader Anaizi, Frederick H. Dotolo, III and Merouane Lakehal-Ayat The most dangerous problem in Libya is the spread of an ISIS-led insurgency that threatens to undermine the stability of the entire region. Read more »
By: Benjamin Flosi The demands on the Active Component necessitates Security Cooperation solutions with the breadth of scope and malleability that can only be optimized by incorporating the US Army Reserve. Read more »