Katherine Meyer in Conflict Trends: “Building State Resilience: A Response to Terrorism in Southern and Eastern Africa”

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Conflict Resolution alumna Katherine Meyer (G’19) writes in ACCORD’s Conflict Trends (2019/3) on “three common trends that make North African countries vulnerable to terrorism: poverty/unemployment, poor state governance, and civilian grievances,” and how to think about addressing them.

Katherine Meyer holds an MA in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University and is a Project Assistant for Southern and East Africa with the National Democratic Institute (NDI).