Conversations With America: A Discussion on Stabilization and Conflict Prevention

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
February 25, 2011

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Ambassador Robert Loftis, Acting Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization, held a conversation with Mark Quarterman, Senior Advisor and Director of the Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on the State Department's innovative approach to leading through civilian power. A transcript will be posted as soon as it is available.

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Rob
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North Carolina, USA
February 25, 2011

Rob in North Carolina writes:

What do you think is an idea size for CRC? As a former Peace Corps member, I know how large that program is - would a goal be deployment of several 1000 professionals? Do you see the Standby Corps filling a majority or minority of positions? I'm very interested in joining, and think this is a great initiative - thanks for your hard work!

Jerome B.
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Michigan, USA
February 25, 2011

Jerome B. in Michigan writes:

Yes! Where or Where is the Loop? Where is the reciprocation! When I was 2 & 1/2 years of age, I was seperated from my Father, and on my own, had to deal with George H.W. Bush, Sr., and friends, who wanted help with the return of the remains of Korean War MIA Pilots, downed in China and North Korea, and also help with the CIA, in cleaning it up! I helped, where is the reciprocation, since I was told that these matters were my business and not of my parents.

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