Peter Pham

  • January 25, 2012  

    Members of U.S. Navy SEAL Team 6 freed two kidnapped aid workers, including one American, early Wednesday — whisking them away from their captors in Somalia. Jeffrey Brown discusses the kidnappers’ motives and how the operation unfolded with NPR’s Tom Bowman and the Atlantic Council’s Peter Pham. Continue reading

  • July 22, 2011  

    Somalia is facing its worst famine in more than 50 years and the United Nations warned it could kill some 800,000 children. Ray Suarez speaks with Mercy Corps’ Jeremy Konynkyk and the Atlantic Council’s Peter Pham about the many domestic and international factors limiting the amount of aid reaching people in need. Continue reading

  • April 5, 2011  

    Diplomats worked to end the bloody conflict gripping the West African nation of Ivory Coast after months of political unrest. Ray Suarez discusses the situation with the National Endowment for Democracy’s Dominique Dieudonne, who was in Ivory Coast for the elections, and Peter Pham of the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center. Continue reading