Upcoming Event: Corruption Risks to U.S. Counterterrorism Aid

Corruption Risks to U.S. Counterterrorism Aid
The United States has encountered serious challenges in building the capacity of foreign military and security forces to combat terrorist groups from corruption. In countries such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Mali, Nigeria, and Yemen, corruption was at the root of why counterterrorism efforts failed or stalled and why U.S. weapons and training were diverted or not used at all. But, where will the United States faces similar risks in the future, and how can the United States better mitigate these risks? Please join the below speakers to help answers these tough questions. 
Sarah Chayes, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Colby Goodman, Security Assistance Monitor, Center for International Policy
Paul Williams, George Washington University
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Noon to 1pm
Rayburn House Office Building, Rm 2456
Lunch provided