Middle East Institute to host event to discuss J.Pack’s paper “An International Financial Commission is Libya’s Last Hope”
The Middle East Institute will be hosting on January 13, 2020 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm a public panel at the Middle East Institute’s new building at 1763 N Street NW: featuring the UN’s Deputy Special Representative for Political Affairs in Libya Stephanie Williams, former Commercial Officer at the US Embassy in Tripoli Nate Mason, and former US Special Envoy to Libya Jonathan Winer. They will be participating in a discussion launching MEI Non-Resident Fellow Jason Pack’s paper, “An International Financial Commission is Libya’s Last Hope”. The event will present research on the roots of Libya’s unique forms of dysfunction and examine how the Berlin Conference process and pending Congressional legislation (the 2019 Libya Stabilization Act) can be used as correctives and incentives to move towards an economic-based approach to peacemaking in Libya.
Further event details and registration particulars and formalities are available here.