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    Arab Spring Aftermath

    Charles Sennott spoke about the political movement known as the “Arab Spring.” As a reporter, Mr. Sennott covered the rise of al-Qaeda in the 1990's, the Arab-Israel…

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    Book Discussion on NATO 2.0: Reboot or Delete?

    In his book Sarwar Kashmeri argues that NATO’s historic function has been largely taken over by the European Union’s security alliance and says that if it is to survive, NATO…

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    Book Discussion on Too Big to Fail

    Andrew Ross Sorkin talked about his book Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System--and Themselves (Viking; October 20, 2009).…

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    Global Economic Outlook

    The Foreign Policy Association hosted a panel discussion on the current state and outlook of financial markets as Congress considers policy options for stabilizing the system. The…

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    Global Economic Outlook

    The Foreign Policy Association hosted a panel discussion on the current state and outlook of financial markets as Congress considers policy options for stabilizing the system. The…

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    United Nations Reform

    Ambassador Bolton spoke about U.S. efforts to reform practices at the United Nations. Among the topics he addressed were charges of corruption and inaction relating the Iraq…

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    Foreign Policy Issues

    Secretary Powell and Mr. Solana spoke about relations between the U.S. and Europe, proposed NATO expansion, military conflict in Iraq, and other foreign policy issues.

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    Former President Clinton Speech

    President Clinton spoke about foreign policy issues in light of terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. He offered support for the Bush administrations…

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    Shanghai Communique 25th Anniversary

    Several members of the Nixon administration and the Chinese ambassador to the U.S. discussed U.S.-China relations over the past 25 years and the future of these relations in the wake of the…

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    World Events

    In this annual event, foreign correspondents gathered to talked about stories which they have recently covered. Mr. Gellman spoke about the recent terrorist bombings in Israel…

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    United Nations Issues

    The World Affairs Council and the Foreign Policy Association host a discussion on some of the foreign policy issues facing the United States in 1994. The panel consists of Washington Post…

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    Future of the United Nations

    Secretary General Boutros-Ghali spoke on the future of the United Nations in the post-Cold War world. He stressed the necessity for an international organization like the United…

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    Clinton Campaign Speech

    Mr. Clinton reacted to President Bush’s assistance plan for the states of the former Soviet Union. He spoke about his strong committment to foreign policy and stated that…

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    Lessons of the 1980s for South Africa

    The Foreign Policy Association, the Ford Foundation and the World Affairs Council co-sponsored a forum on events in the 1980's relating to South Africa. Speakers in the forum discussed…

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    Intelligence: Charting a New Course

    Mr. Webster spoke on new directions for the Central Intelligence Agency in light of the changes in many governments around the world.

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    Perestroika and American Foreign Policy

    Complete title is “Points of Mutual Advantage: Perestroika and American Foreign Policy.”

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    Shevardnadze Addresses Foreign Policy Assn.

    Remarks in Russian with translation.

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