Stewart M. Patrick

The Internationalist

Patrick assesses the future of world order, state sovereignty, and multilateral cooperation.

New U.S. Plan for Women in Armed Conflicts » U.S. Secretary of State Clinton holds a breakfast meeting with Afghan civil society representatives and Afghan Women’s Network in Bonn

U.S. Secretary of State Clinton holds a breakfast meeting with Afghan civil society representatives and Afghan Women's Network in Bonn
women1325update.jpg

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) holds a breakfast meeting with Afghan civil society representatives and Afghan Women’s Network, as she sits alongside Selay Ghaffar of the Humanitarian Assistance to Women and Children of Afghanistan during an international conference on the future of Afghanistan, in Bonn December 5, 2011. Foreign governments pledged on Monday to support Afghanistan long after allied troops go home, with or without a political settlement with insurgents once seen as the best way to prevent a new civil war. REUTERS/J. Scott Applewhite/Pool (GERMANY – Tags: POLITICS)

Post a Comment

CFR seeks to foster civil and informed discussion of foreign policy issues. Opinions expressed on CFR blogs are solely those of the author or commenter, not of CFR, which takes no institutional positions. All comments must abide by CFR's guidelines and will be moderated prior to posting.

* Required