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Ambassador William (Mark) Bellamy
Retired, Director of the African Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University, Washington DC

Harry Broadman
Managing Director, Chief Economist, and Emerging Markets Practice Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, Washington, DC

Jonathan Davidson, Chair 
Former Senior Advisor, European Union Delegation of the European Commission, Washington, DC

Anne Devero

Former Director of International Programs, Center for Climate Strategies

Peter Hakim
President Emeritus, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, DC

Robert E. Herzstein, Immediate-Past Chair 
Retired Partner, Shearman & Sterling, Washington, DC

Ambassador Kenton Keith, Secretary 
Retired, Senior Vice President, Meridian International Center, Washington, DC 

Chris Mitchell
Director, Prime Policy Group, Washington DC

Marwan Muasher
Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC

Lori Esposito Murray
National Security Chair at the US Naval Academy, President Emeritus of the World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) Washington, DC

Sally Painter, Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer, Blue Star Strategies, Washington DC

Gardner G. Peckham, Vice-Chair
Managing Director, Prime Policy Group, Washington, DC

Julia Roig, J.D.
President, Partners for Democratic Change, Washington, DC

Ambassador Stephen A. Seche
Senior Analyst at Dentons US LLP, Former Ambassador to Yemen, former Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the Department of State, Washington DC

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Amb. Mark Bellamy on the Escalation of Political Violence in Africa

From August 4th-6th, 40 heads of state from across Africa met in Washington DC for the Africa Leaders Summit, in which meetings and events focused on the economic importance of the continent. Here, Partners Board Member Amb. Mark Bellamy discusses the risks of political violence in the region amidst such economic growth.

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Youth as Peacemakers in Tribal Yemen

Supporting young men and women in Yemen to realize their potential as conflict mediators, advocates, and community leaders.

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One Year in the Voluntary Principles: A Practical Report

After one year as a member of the NGO pillar of the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights, PDCI shares a report on how we have been helping translate high-level dialogue between extractive businesses, governments, and civil society into concrete improvements for local communities.

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