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    Army Aviation Program

    Panelists discussed plans under the U.S. Army’s Aviation Restructure Initiative to transfer Apache attack helicopters from the National Guard to the active force to take over…

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    China Under President Xi Jinping

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a panel discussion on China under the leadership of President Xi Jinping. This event featured U.S. Ambassador to China Jon…

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    Coal and Climate Change

    Panelists talked about the future of the use of coal and its role in the climate change debate. Topics included the state of clean coal technology and its role in reducing carbon…

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    Competitiveness of Coal

    Panelist used slides as they discussed the future viability and economic competitiveness of coal as an energy resource both in the U.S. and abroad. br/ “The Competitiveness of…

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    Coal and U.S. Energy Policy

    Energy Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Clean Coal Julio Friedmann talked about carbon capture and storage technologies for reducing carbon emissions. He illustrated his talk…

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    Ebola Vaccine Research

    Dr. Anthony Fauci and others talked about efforts to develop a vaccine against the Ebola virus.

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    Internet and Smart Technology

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies held a discussion on the intersection of smart technology and the Internet known as the *"Internet of Things." Speakers from Amazon,…

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    U.S.-Cuba Policy Reform

    Panelists talked about the legal, practical, and diplomatic aspects U.S.-Cuba policy reform.

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    Senator Jeff Flake on U.S.-Cuba Ralations

    Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) talked about the possibility of normalizing relations with Cuba. He stressed that he had long believed Cuba did not belong on the state- sponsored terror list.

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    Energy Outlook

    Fatih Birol,outlined the 2014 world energy outlook, focusing on energy trends, nuclear power, and improving access to modern energy services. He said energy security was the number one…

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    Asia-Pacific Trip Review

    Panelists talked about President Obama’s planned trips to China, Burma and Australia to attend a series of Asia-Pacific meetings, including the G20 Summit. They discussed U.S.…

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    HIV Vaccine

    Health officials talked about progress in the effort to develop a vaccine to combat HIV. They also discussed the spread of the Ebola virus, how best to combat infections diseases, and…

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    Returning Stolen Assets

    Panelists talked about the status of international efforts to return stolen assets to owners, particularly those affected by turmoil in the Middle East and North African Countries, similar…

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    NATO and European Defense

    Major General Walter Piatt, deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army in Europe and commander of the U.S. Army NATO, talked about the future of a centralized European defense strategy and…

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    East Asia Summit Preview Opening Remarks

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a discussion on the East Asia Summit and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forums scheduled for after November 2014 midterm…

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    Secretary Jeh Johnson on Border Security

    Secretary Jeh Johnson delivered remarks on the history and future of U.S. border security. He talked about immigration policy and the spike in unaccompanied immigrant children over the…

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    Hispanic Voters and U.S. Foreign Policy

    Foreign policy and political experts talked about the Latino voter perceptions of U.S. foreign policy on voting patterns in the 2014 midterm elections. Topics included immigration,…

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    East Asia Summit Preview Security Panel

    Panelists discussed perspectives from the Pentagon, Congress, and Singapore on security issues on the Asian Peninsula before the East Asia Summit and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation…

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    East Asia Summit Preview Energy Panel

    Panelists discussed energy security in Asia and the issues that could be raised at the East Asia Summit and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forums scheduled after the November 2014…

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