Pardee House Seminar: Accountability in Global Governance
On Thursday, September 9, 2010, The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future launched its Fall 2010 calendar of activities with a lunch seminar on "Accountability in Global Governance." Part of the Pardee House Seminars' series and also a part of the Pardee Center's suite of activities of global governance, the event featured Mark Halle, Adnan Amin and Ambassador Lumumba Di-Aping and, was moderated by Prof. Adil Najam, Director of the Pardee Center.
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