WASHINGTON — The management at a company that does aid and development work for the American government knows that some of its employees in Afghanistan are keeping weapons in their rooms — and is choosing to look the other way. At another company in the same business, lawyers are examining whether the company can sue the United States Agency for International Development for material breach of contract, citing the deteriorating security in Afghanistan.
The Development Nexus
Around the globe we see how development and security collide to become a vector of crucial stability factors. 361Security provides the perspective on this vector point from experienced development subject matter experts from conflict and post-conflict regions around the world to include a feed of timely Development sources.