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    U.S.-Syria Relations

    Syrian Ambassador Imad Moustapha and Robert Satloff spoke about relations between the U.S. and Syria, the importance of strengthening diplomacy between Syria and the U.S., and the potential…

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    American University Commencement Address

    Donald Graham delivered the commencement address to the 2006 graduating class at the American University School of Communication and School of International Service.

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    American University Commencement Address

    Ms. McHale gave the commencement address to the 2005 graduates of American University.

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    American University Commencement Address

    Mr. Russert talked to graduates about facing the challenges of the future, the impact of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the nation, and heroism.

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    American University Commencement Address

    Senator Inouye spoke to graduates about rising to the challenges of the future, his experiences during and since World War II, as well as civil rights issues.

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    The Real Price of War: Excerpt

    An excerpt was shown of Professor Joshua Goldstein talking about his book The Real Price of War: How You Pay for the War on Terror, published by New York University Press.

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    Book Discussion on The Real Price of War

    Professor Goldstein talks about his book The Real Price of War: How You Pay for the War on Terror, published by New York University Press. He talks about how much President…

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    Tensions in Macedonia

    The former ambassador talked about the current political situation in the Republic of Macedonia and about U.S.-Macedonian relations. She talked about improved relations with Greece,…

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    U.S.-India Relations

    Ambassador Chandra spoke about relations between the U.S. and India, focusing on issues such as nuclear proliferation, trade, health care, and high technology. Following his remarks he…

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    Human Rights and Democracy in Burma

    Panelists discussed their experiences as detainees in Burma. Their remarks focused on conditions in Burmese prisons and general human rights conditions in Burma. After their…

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    Developments in Global Climate Change

    Participants discussed the ramifications of the global climate change Kyoto summit in December 1997. Hambley focused on the negotiations to reach this agreement and the prospects for…

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    Korea's Future

    Panelists discussed Korea’s future, focusing on Korea’s role in the growing global economy.

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    Changes in Japanese Politics

    Mr. Sasaki spoke about the status of Japanese politics, which has been plagued recently by instability, and its effects on relations with the United States. After his prepared…

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    Determining the New South Africa

    The participants discussed the situation in South Africa and the approaching free elections in the country. They took questions from the students concerning the Black on Black violence…

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    Latin American Trade

    A panel discussed trade issues in Latin America as part of a day-long Latino celebration.

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    U.S. Economic Relations with Japan

    The American University School of International Service sponsored a forum on “U.S.-Japanese Economic Relations: Why U.S. Policy Is Inadequate and How It Should Be Changed.” The…

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    Populism & Foreign Policy

    The School of International Service of American University offered a forum entitled “U.S. Foreign Policy and the New Populism.”

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