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    Afghanistan Outlook

    Matthew Rosenberg talked about the outlook for Afghanistan’s political and national security future. He also discussed his concerns about the corruption in Afghanistan, the…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Marie Harf briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of international issues. Topics included U.S.-Egypt relations following the sentencing of three al-Jazeera English…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Marie Harf briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of international issues. Topics included concerns about the trial of al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt and on…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Deputy Spokesman Marie Harf briefed reporters on the State Department’s Free the Press campaign and other issues. She then responded to questions on a variety of international…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Jen Psaki briefed reporters on the State Department’s Free the Press campaign. She then responded to questions on a variety of international issues including the Middle East…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Jen Psaki briefed reporters on the State Department’s Free the Press campaign. She then responded to questions on a variety of international issues including the stalled Middle East…

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    Legacy of New York Times v. Sullivan

    Panelists talked about the importance and legacy of the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, as well as the history of the Supreme Court reporting.  In the 1964 Supreme…

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    Thomas Friedman on National Security and Freedom

    Thomas Friedman discussed freedom in an interview by Marvin Kalb. Topics included the intersection of national security and freedom in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations…

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    Supreme Court and the Press

    A panel of law professors and journalists talked about the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, and the relationship between the Supreme Court and the press. They spoke about…

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    Government Public Affairs Offices and Transparency

    Journalists and former government public affairs officials talked about the role of government public affairs offices and whether their roles help or hinder government openness. The…

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    National Security and Liberty

    Panelists talked about the tension between a free press and national security. Among the topics they addressed were National Security Agency (NSA) data collection, prosecuting…

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    Book Discussion on Fighting for the Press

    James C. Goodale talked about his book, Fighting for the Press: The Inside Story of the Pentagon Papers and Other Battles. He spoke with Edward Lazarus, Executive Vice President/General…

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    News Review with Representative Karen Bass

    Representative Karen Bass (D-CA) talked about some of the top news stories of the day, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included Attorney…

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    Justice Department Oversight

    Attorney General Eric Holder testified about Justice Department investigations, including revelations that the Justice Department had gathered two months of telephone records of Associated…

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    Freedom of Information Act Litigation

    Lawyers talked about cases dealing with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. They also responded to questions from the audience. This was part of an American University Law…

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    Abraham Lincoln and the Freedom of the Press

    Harold Holzer talked about Abraham Lincoln and freedom of the press during the Civil War. He examined the reasoning behind the imprisonment of newspaper editors during the Civil War,…

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    Liberty and Security, Part 2

    Panelists talked about the tension between national security and civil liberties during the Truman administration, focusing on McCarthyism and the president’s relationship with the…

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    Fair Trials and a Free Press

    Participants spoke about press freedoms, the administration of justice, conduct of fair trials, and challenges posed to the process by the use of new media. They also responded to…

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    After Words with Gabriel Schoenfeld

    Should members of the news media be prosecuted for revealing information that endangers national security?  That is the question Gabriel Schoenfeld seeks to answer in his latest…

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    International Press Freedom Bill Signing

    President Obama signed the International Press Freedom Act. The bill was named after Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan in 2002. It…

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