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    Tom Donilon Remarks

    U.S. National Security Adviser Thomas Donilon talked about emerging security threats to the United States and opportunities the U.S. may have to strengthen itself strategically in the next…

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    Secretary Clinton on U.S. Foreign Policy

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about the foreign policy issues and trends likely to confront the U.S. during the year ahead. Of the Syrian civil war, she said that the…

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    Book Discussion on Power, Inc.

    David Rothkopf talked about his new book, which traces the changing relationship between public and private power and looks at the implications of the rise of great private actors and the…

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    Book Discussion on The New Nobility

    Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan talked about the reinvention of the KGB as the KSB during the rule of Vladimir Putin. The authors argued that the FSB is effectively more powerful…

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    Book Discussion on The Bottom Billion

    Paul Collier’s discussed his book, The Bottom Billion. In the book, Professor Collier outlines four “traps” that the poorest countries in the world can find themselves…

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    State of the U.S. Military

    A survey of the state of the U.S. military was released by the Center for a New American Security and Foreign Policy magazine. More than 3,400 active and retired U.S. military officers…

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    Energy Issues and National Security

    Senator Lugar and columnist Thomas Friedman talked about energy policy and national security. Mr. Naim moderated the event which focused on rising costs of oil and gasoline,…

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    Middle East Peace Process

    Foreign Policy magazine and Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs sponsored a panel discussion by Middle East ambassadors on the future of the Middle East…

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    War and Peace in a Globalized World

    Moderated by Mr. Naim, the winner and finalists for the 2004 Lionel Gelber Prize discussed the current state of the world. The authors talked about their books briefly and then…

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    U.S.-Middle East Relations

    Panelists discussed the current state of U.S.-Saudi Arabian relations. They spoke about political developments in Saudi Arabia, the importance of internal security, the evolution of…

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    Saudi Arabia's Election

    Panelists discussed the upcoming elections in Saudi Arabia. These elections will be the first in that country in four decades. The panel spoke about the implications of these…

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    2002 Lionel Gelber Prize Panel

    Mr. Meade, the recipient of the 2002 Lionel Gelber prize, and other finalists talked about foreign policy in the current global system’s hegemonies, emerging markets, and the…

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    U.S.-Egypt Relations

    Mr. Mubarak talked about the future of Egypt and relations between the U.S. and Egypt. He also talked about the Middle East peace process, economic and social reform in the Arab…

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    American Business in China

    Secretary Brown discussed U.S. business opportunities in China. After his prepared remarks, he took questions from the audience.

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    U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era

    Former Defense Secretary Schlesinger discussed U.S. foreign policy since the end of the Cold War. Mr. Schlesinger, who also served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency…

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    Implications of Failed Soviet Coup

    Mr. Simes and Mr. Rodman discussed the implications of the failure of the coup by communist hard-liners in the Soviet Union on U.S. and Soviet foreign policy. Among the…

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    Estonia's Move Toward Independence

    Niklus, a dissident and human rights activist, recounted his imprisonments in the U.S.S.R. He was one of the last prominent political prisoners to be released under glasnost.

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    The Future of NATO

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