With control of his nation reduced to a handful of loyalist redoubts, there is a palpable sense of joy in Western capitals - and an equal sense of relief at NATO headquarters in Brussels that the seemingly moribund alliance was actually able to achieve something - over the impending end of the
In November of last year, NATO held its strategic summit in Lisbon, Portugal. Marie Mainil joined young leaders from around the world at a parallel venture. At The Young Atlanticists Summit, the next generation of leadership tackled the same issues as their NATO counterparts, and was able to query world leaders like Ban Ki-moon and General David Petraeus. Here is Marie's sketch of the events.
At a youth summit that paralleled the recent NATO summit in Lisbon, Portugal, Marie Mainil interviewed fellow attendee Victor Ochen. Drawing on life experiences (he spent 20 of his 28 years living in war-torn Uganda), Ochen brought ideas for peace, security, reconciliation, and progress to NATO leaders. The interview is an inspiration for the next generation of global leadership. Video.