A Transatlantic Strategy for a Democratic Tunisia
Assistant Administrator, Bureau for the Middle East
US Agency for International Development
Managing Director, Middle East and North Africa
European External Action Service
Followed by a discussion with:
International Monetary Fund
Deputy Director for Research
Project on Middle East Democracy
Senior Fellow, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East
Introduced and Moderated by:
Frances G. Burwell
Vice President, European Union and Special Initiatives
Please join us for a discussion on the challenges facing Tunisia in the areas of economic development, security, and democratic development, and what steps the United States, the European Union, and key EU member states can take to help Tunisia meet these challenges and achieve greater stability and democracy.
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1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor (West Tower Elevator)
This event is open to press and on the record.
VISITING THE COUNCIL: Metro and parking info
This event is generously supported by the European Union, as part of a two-year initiative supported by the EU Delegation in Washington, DC and implemented by the Atlantic Council to advance transatlantic cooperation in supporting political and economic reform in the Arab world.
Paige Alexander leads the Bureau for the Middle East at the US Agency for International Development, where she oversees the efforts of USAID missions and development programs in countries across the region. Nicholas Westcott manages the Middle East and North Africa at the European External Action Service. Andrea Gamba focuses on Tunisia at the International Monetary Fund. Amy Hawthorne directs research at the Project on Middle East Democracy and focuses on Arab political reform and democracy promotion. Karim Mezran specializes in North African affairs at the Atlantic Council, specifically Tunisia and Libya. Frances G. Burwell concentrates on the European Union, US-EU relations, and a range of transatlantic economic, political, and defense issue at the Atlantic Council.