Thursday, October 30, 2008

U.S. Army Looks to Take a Proactive Approach to Human Security

“Human security allows for much more of a proactive type of engagement towards finding solutions before crises become catastrophes and catastrophes become combat,” U.S. Army Maj. Shannon Beebe, senior Africa analyst, Office of United States Army Deputy Chief of Staff said to bloggers. Maj. Beebe is in Africa, working on emerging concepts of human security and their application to defense and security strategies in the 21st Century.

Joining us on the call were Chuck Simmins of the North Shore Journal, Greg Grant of, David Axe of the War is Boring, Chris Albon of War and Health, and Beth Wilson of Homefront in Focus.

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