Sean Langberg

Former Program Assistant, Peacebuilding Policy


Sean Langberg was a program assistant for peacebuilding policy from 2014-2015.

Articles by Sean Langberg

Update We Are A Generation of War: Part II 

It is time we create a society where war and violence are not the norm

Update Remembering Past Atrocities to Prevent Future Violence 

Every April thousands of people across the country participate in Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month. Throughout the month, events are held to honor victims of past atrocities, educate the public about current atrocities, and advocate for the prevention of future atrocities.

Update The Failure of Security Assistance – From Latin America to North Africa 

Our government must stop providing foreign security forces with millions of dollars of training and weapons with little oversight, accountability, or success metrics.

Update 5 Opportunities for Peace in 2015 

Last year was rife with deadly conflict. Rebellions, violent extremism, and state violence killed many and displaced more. However, there are numerous opportunities for peace in 2015. The Obama administration has shown it is willing to pursue diplomacy in some cases and peace-builders are proving that there are alternatives to war. Below are five examples where civil society and governments are working for a more secure and peaceful future.

Update The 'No Military Solution' is the Only Solution 

The United States must move towards non-military solutions to its foreign policy challenges.