Iraqi dinars in recent times has witnessed a great surge in the investment market in coming up as a potential source of moneymaking. Buying Dinars have become a trend for all those who hold an appeal for investment wishing to explore the get-rich quick scheme. The recent investment opportunity with Iraqi dinar can be owed to the fact of the changing face of Iraq’s political and economical condition. Now, since, you are considering an investment, it is always wiser to go with the highest value currency like, 1,000,000 Iraqi Dinar. This would ensure profitable return rates in your investment venture.

However, a note of advice or a word of caution that always looms large with the consideration of Buying Dinars owes to the authenticity of the currency notes. It is always wiser to check with the currency before securing it for an investment venture, as false currency notes do not ensure a profitable investment opportunity. Be it the 1,000,000 Iraqi Dinar or any other currency note, checking the authenticity of the notes should always be a priority with you all. Well, there are numerous ways of distinguishing the new Iraqi dinars from the fake currency notes; here is a look at some of the distinguishing factors –
 

Embedded horse head watermarking
Embedded security thread
Color changing symbols
Unique serial number
Ultraviolet lighting

 

While securing an investment in 1,000,000 Iraqi Dinar, it is always advisable that you consult an independent online dealer for your purpose. Since, the banks would not offer you such big notes; it is wiser to check the authenticity of the agency before securing the deal. While consulting an online dinar dealer, always make sure that they are registered with the US treasury Department and Better Business Bureau. Additionally, a proper background check asking for the physical address of the dealer and contact number is a must.

If you are planning to buy Iraqi currency of such high value, it is always wiser to go for denominations breakage. However, avoid breaking the amount into much smaller denominations rather; try to secure the deal with 25,000 and 10,000 dinar. Buying Dinars in the face of present economical and political scenario of Iraq always calls for a better investment venture. Economists and financial advisors are of the view that the Iraqi currency will face great revaluation in years to come making way for a beneficial investment.

Robert Cruz is not only an investor on iraqi dinar but also a freelance content writer. For information on 1,000,000 Iraqi Dinar & Buying Dinars he recommends you to visit http://www.gidassociates.com/ .

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Keynote Address: "Strategic and Budgetary Dynamics Facing the U.S. Military"
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MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS I: 9:30-10:45 A.M.
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Charles J. Houy
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II. Troubled Seas: Maritime Tension in Asia
Richard L. Armitage
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and former Deputy Secretary of State
Kurt Campbell
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and former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Bonnie S. Glaser
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Website Presentation:
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Moderator:
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and Associate Professor, Georgetown University
III. Civil-Military Relations: The Legacy of Iraq and Afghanistan
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COL Richard Lacquement (ret.)
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Pierre Chao
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Moderator:
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VADM Robert S. Harward (ret.)
Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin UAE, and former Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command
General James E. Cartwright (ret.)
Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS, and former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Moderator:
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Director, Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID
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2014 AGENDA
OPENING SESSION: 8:00 A.M. TO 9:00 A.M.
Keynote Address: "Strategic and Budgetary Dynamics Facing the U.S. Military"
The Honorable Robert O. Work
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense

MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS I: 9:30-10:45 A.M.
I. Sequestration and the Politics of Defense Affordability
Jim Dyer
Principal, Podesta Group,
and former Staff Director, House Committee on Appropriations
Charles J. Houy
Former Staff Director, Senate Committee on Appropriations
Robert F. Hale
Former Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial Officer
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Moderator:
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Senior Adviser and Director, Defense and National Security Group and Project on Nuclear Issues, CSIS
II. Troubled Seas: Maritime Tension in Asia
Richard L. Armitage
President, Armitage International,
and former Deputy Secretary of State
Kurt Campbell
Founding Partner, Chairman, and CEO, The Asia Group,
and former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Bonnie S. Glaser
Senior Adviser for Asia, Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS
Website Presentation:
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Fellow, Asia Program, and Director, Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative, CSIS
Moderator:
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and Associate Professor, Georgetown University
III. Civil-Military Relations: The Legacy of Iraq and Afghanistan
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Author, The Most Dangerous Man in America and Partners in Command
COL Richard Lacquement (ret.)
Dean, School of Strategic Landpower, Army War College

Eliot A. Cohen
Robert E. Osgood Professor of Strategic Studies, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and former Counselor, Department of State
Moderator:
Kathleen H. Hicks
Senior Vice President, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and Director, International Security Program, CSIS

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Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Global Development, Democracy, and Humanitarian Assistance Issues, National Security Council
Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin
Medical Adviser, Health Care in Danger, International Committee of the Red Cross
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Robert J. Stevens
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Moderator:
Maren Leed
Senior Adviser, Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS
IV. Expanded U.S. Engagement to Combat Ebola in West Africa
Tom Frieden
Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Anne A. Witkowsky
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Stability and Humanitarian Affairs
Ambassador Donald Lu
Deputy Coordinator for Ebola Response, U.S. Department of State
Jeremy Konyndyk
Director, Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID
Moderator:
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Senior Vice President and Director, Global Health Policy Center, CSIS

LUNCH: 12:15-12:45 P.M.

MID-DAY PLENARY SESSION: 12:45-1:45 P.M.
I. Looking Ahead to 2017: Creating a Renewed Vision for U.S. Leadership in the World
Jeremy Bash
Founder and Managing Director, Beacon Global Strategies, Senior Adviser, International Security Program, CSIS, and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta
Kori Schake
Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, and former Senior Policy Adviser to the McCain-Palin Campaign
Moderator:
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National Security Correspondent, New York Times
CLOSING PLENARY SESSION: 2:00-3:30 P.M

I. A Simulated Crisis with Russia: European Energy and Other Unconventional Challenges
Richard L. Armitage
President, Armitage International, and former Deputy Secretary of State
Michèle Flournoy
Cofounder and CEO, Center for a New American Security, and former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
General James E. Cartwright (ret.)
Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS, and former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
John E. McLaughlin
Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and former Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
James B. Steinberg
Dean, Maxwell School, Syracuse University, and former Deputy Secretary of State
Charles B. Curtis
Senior Adviser, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS, and former Deputy Secretary of Energy
Joshua B. Bolten
Managing Director, Rock Creek Global Advisors, and former White House Chief of Staff
Moderators:
Kathleen H. Hicks
Senior Vice President, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and Director, International Security Program, CSIS
Heather A. Conley
Senior Vice Presdient for Europe, Eurasia, adn the Arctic, and Director, Europe Program, CSIS
*Please note that this session is off-the-record
Contributing CSIS Experts:
Frank A. Verrastro
Senior Vice President and James R. Schlesinger Chair for Energy and Geopolitics, CSIS
Sarah O. Ladislaw
Director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
Edward C. Chow
Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
James A. Lewis
Director and Senior Fellow, Strategic Technologies Program, CSIS
Andrew C. Kuchins
Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS
Jeffrey Mankoff
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Juan Zarate
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The 2014 Global Security Forum will be held on Wednesday, November 12th from 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at CSIS headquarters located at 1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
2014 AGENDA
OPENING SESSION: 8:00 A.M. TO 9:00 A.M.
Keynote Address: "Strategic and Budgetary Dynamics Facing the U.S. Military"
The Honorable Robert O. Work
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense

MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS I: 9:30-10:45 A.M.
I. Sequestration and the Politics of Defense Affordability
Jim Dyer
Principal, Podesta Group,
and former Staff Director, House Committee on Appropriations
Charles J. Houy
Former Staff Director, Senate Committee on Appropriations
Robert F. Hale
Former Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial Officer
Sid Ashworth
Corporate Vice President, Government Relations, Northrop Grumman Corporation, and former Staff Director, Defense Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Appropriations
Moderator:
Clark A. Murdock
Senior Adviser and Director, Defense and National Security Group and Project on Nuclear Issues, CSIS
II. Troubled Seas: Maritime Tension in Asia
Richard L. Armitage
President, Armitage International,
and former Deputy Secretary of State
Kurt Campbell
Founding Partner, Chairman, and CEO, The Asia Group,
and former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Bonnie S. Glaser
Senior Adviser for Asia, Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS
Website Presentation:
Mira Rapp Hooper
Fellow, Asia Program, and Director, Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative, CSIS
Moderator:
Michael J. Green
Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair, CSIS,
and Associate Professor, Georgetown University
III. Civil-Military Relations: The Legacy of Iraq and Afghanistan
Mark Perry
Author, The Most Dangerous Man in America and Partners in Command
COL Richard Lacquement (ret.)
Dean, School of Strategic Landpower, Army War College

Eliot A. Cohen
Robert E. Osgood Professor of Strategic Studies, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and former Counselor, Department of State
Moderator:
Kathleen H. Hicks
Senior Vice President, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and Director, International Security Program, CSIS

IV. Health and Security in Fragile States
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Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Global Development, Democracy, and Humanitarian Assistance Issues, National Security Council
Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin
Medical Adviser, Health Care in Danger, International Committee of the Red Cross
Jason Cone
Director of Communications, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières
Nancy E. Lindborg
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MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS II: 11:00 A.M.-12:15 P.M.
I. The Defense Industrial Base and Federated Defense
William J. Lynn III
CEO, Finmeccanica North America and DRS Technologies,
and former Deputy Secretary of Defense
Robert J. Stevens
Former Chairman and CEO, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Clayton M. Jones
Former Chairman and CEO, Rockwell Collins
Pierre Chao
Managing Partner and Cofounder, Renaissance Strategic Advisors, and Senior Associate, Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group, CSIS
Moderator:
Andrew P. Hunter
Director, Defense-Industrial Initatives Group, and Senior Fellow, International Security Program, CSIS
II. Iraq in the Balance
VADM Robert S. Harward (ret.)
Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin UAE, and former Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command
General James E. Cartwright (ret.)
Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS, and former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
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Senior Vice President, Zbigniew Brzezinski Chair in Global Security and Geostrategy, and Director, Middle East Program, CSIS

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Arati Prabhakar
Director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Lt. Gen Robert E. Schmidle Jr.
Principal Deputy Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Moderator:
Maren Leed
Senior Adviser, Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS
IV. Expanded U.S. Engagement to Combat Ebola in West Africa
Tom Frieden
Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Anne A. Witkowsky
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Stability and Humanitarian Affairs
Ambassador Donald Lu
Deputy Coordinator for Ebola Response, U.S. Department of State
Jeremy Konyndyk
Director, Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID
Moderator:
J. Stephen Morrison
Senior Vice President and Director, Global Health Policy Center, CSIS

LUNCH: 12:15-12:45 P.M.

MID-DAY PLENARY SESSION: 12:45-1:45 P.M.
I. Looking Ahead to 2017: Creating a Renewed Vision for U.S. Leadership in the World
Jeremy Bash
Founder and Managing Director, Beacon Global Strategies, Senior Adviser, International Security Program, CSIS, and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta
Kori Schake
Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, and former Senior Policy Adviser to the McCain-Palin Campaign
Moderator:
David E. Sanger
National Security Correspondent, New York Times
CLOSING PLENARY SESSION: 2:00-3:30 P.M

I. A Simulated Crisis with Russia: European Energy and Other Unconventional Challenges
Richard L. Armitage
President, Armitage International, and former Deputy Secretary of State
Michèle Flournoy
Cofounder and CEO, Center for a New American Security, and former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
General James E. Cartwright (ret.)
Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies, CSIS, and former Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
John E. McLaughlin
Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and former Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
James B. Steinberg
Dean, Maxwell School, Syracuse University, and former Deputy Secretary of State
Charles B. Curtis
Senior Adviser, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS, and former Deputy Secretary of Energy
Joshua B. Bolten
Managing Director, Rock Creek Global Advisors, and former White House Chief of Staff
Moderators:
Kathleen H. Hicks
Senior Vice President, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and Director, International Security Program, CSIS
Heather A. Conley
Senior Vice Presdient for Europe, Eurasia, adn the Arctic, and Director, Europe Program, CSIS
*Please note that this session is off-the-record
Contributing CSIS Experts:
Frank A. Verrastro
Senior Vice President and James R. Schlesinger Chair for Energy and Geopolitics, CSIS
Sarah O. Ladislaw
Director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
Edward C. Chow
Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
James A. Lewis
Director and Senior Fellow, Strategic Technologies Program, CSIS
Andrew C. Kuchins
Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS
Jeffrey Mankoff
Deputy Director and Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS
Juan Zarate
Senior Advsier, Transnational Threats Project and Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Program, CSIS

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