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    U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia

    Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter talked about Department of Defense strategy, focusing on moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific…

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    Afghanistan Elections

    A team of election observers participated recently back from Afghanistan discussed the 2009 elections. Topics included election analysis, comparisons with the 2004-2005 elections,…

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    U.S.-India Nuclear Deal

    On Saturday, the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group approved a U.S. proposal to lift a global ban on nuclear trade with India. This deal now has to clear the final hurdle of…

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    U.S.-Pakistan Relations

    Ambassador Mahmud Ali Durrani spoke about the current “Year of Decision” for Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in a lecture moderated by Karl Inderfurth. He talked about…

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    Leadership of the United Nations

    Ambassador Inderfurth talked about the decision by the United Nations to choose the next Secretary General by the end of October. Currently there are eight candidates vying for the…

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    President Bush Trip to India

    The guest talked about President Bush’s trip to India with an emphasis on the agreement between the U.S. and India to share nuclear technology. Topics included the benefits for…

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    Afghanistan Four Years Later

    The Center for American Progress hosted a forum titled “Afghanistan, Four Years Later: Progress, Problems, and Prospects for the Future.” Participants of the first panel, which…

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    Future of the U.N.

    Diplomats talked about relations between the U.S. and Europe, the role of the United Nations in world affairs, U.S. policy in Iraq and the Middle East, and the potential impact of a second…

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    U.S.-Arab Relations

    Participants talked about the state of relations between the U.S. and the Islamic world. Among the issues they addressed violence in the Middle East, media characterizations of the…

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    Efforts to Combat Terrorism

    Afghan and Pakistani ambassadors spoke about potential military action in Iraq and the possible impact on their countries. They also talked about relations with the U.S. and efforts to…

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    Situation in Afghanistan

    Foreign Minister Abdullah talked about the progress of reconstruction in Afghanistan. Among the topics he addressed were efforts to restore political stability, humanitarian efforts by…

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    Presidential Trip to Asia

    Officials spoke to reporters about the president’s trip to both India and Pakistan, saying that he would concentrate on diffusing tensions in the region, would urge the countries to…

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    Situation in Pakistan

    Secretary Inderfurth testified regarding the military coup in Pakistan. He focused on the U.S. response to the coup, and the prompt return of civilian rule. He also talked about…

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    Nuclear Testing in Pakistan

    Mr. Inderfurth testified about measures taken by the administration to halt further testing by Pakistan and India, and to bolster the stability of the region. Mr. Schneider…

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    Nuclear Testing in India

    Subcommittee members heard testimony from experts on the region concerning the recent nuclear testing that has occurred in India. The subcommittee will examine the effect the testing…

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    U.S. Land Mine Policy

    Secretaries Albright and Cohen announced a new U.S. policy on land mines. They stressed that the U.S. would increase its efforts to help other nations in their efforts to remove land…

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