January 16, 2017

CSEA Participates In The 5th Edition Of The Atlantic Dialogues

The Atlantic Dialogues,jointlyorganized by OCP PolicyCenter and the German Marshall Fund (GMF), convened high-level public- and private-sector leaders and participants from around the world for three days of open, informal discussion on cross-regional issues ranging from security to economics, migration to energy. Under the theme Changing Mental Maps: Strategies for an Atlantic in Transition, participants explored how the wider transatlantic community connects, engages, and collaborates on the most pressing issues affecting the Atlantic space. The Atlantic Dialogues, Launched in 2012, has emerged as the premier annual forum for decision-makers to discuss cross regional issues and shared policy challenges shaping the future of the four continents around the Atlantic Basin. The event took place on December 14-16, 2016 in Marrakesh, Morocco,provided a platform for discussions around political, economic and security developments reshaping societies and relationships on all four of the Atlantics continents. Dr. Chukwuka Onyekwena joined other participants for this event.




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