Among its many goals, the Bulletin’s Development and Disarmament Roundtable aims to bring expert voices from the developing world to the fore, so they can make their way into the international policy-making process. Our roundtables are also, of course, chosen in hopes they will be intellectually interesting in and of themselves, exploring policy problems and solutions that might not be prominently featured in the mainstream press. Bulletin senior editor Lucien Crowder directs the roundtables, which involve several exchanges among experts and are presented in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Chinese. Here are his suggestions for three roundtables from 2013 that are worth revisiting.
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