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    Permanent Normal Trade Relations with China

    President Clinton announced that he would send legislation to Congress that would establish permanent normal trade relations with China and bring China into the World Trade…

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    East Asian Financial Crisis Part 2

    Committee members heard testimony from scholars and economic experts regarding the current financial crisis in East Asia. They talked about recent economic indicators and trends…

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    The CIA and Intelligence Gathering

    Former members of the Bush administration National Security Council’s deputies' committee discussed their use of intelligence in making policy decisions. The deputies' committee…

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    Foreign Aid Objectives

    Mr. Summers and Mr. Wolfowitz analyzed the geopolitical, economic, and humanitarian rationales for foreign aid, especially how these have changed in the post-Cold War…

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    Future of Warfare

    Panelists discussed the status of warfare in the post Cold War world, including the increasing importance of unconventional conflicts around the globe, including Bosnia and…

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    U.S. Troops in Bosnia

    The witnesses discussed President Clinton’s plan to send U.S. troops to Bosnia as part of a NATO peacekeeping force. They also talked about the role of other European nations in…

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    Situation in Indonesia

    Subcommittee members heard from State Department officials on the student uprising in Indonesia. Mr. Roth talked about the economic problems and underlying reasons for the turmoil…

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    Azerbaijan: Perils and Prospects

    President Aliyev spoke about the history and culture of Azerbaijan, their experiences since independence from Russia, relations with Armenia, and issues facing nations which border the…

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    U.S. Policy in Central Asia

    Deputy Secretary Talbott spoke about U.S. policy in Central Asia and the Caucasus region, the region between the Black and Caspian seas. Mr. Wolfowitz opened the discussion and…

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    Clinton Foreign Policy Midterm Review

    The participants discussed the Clinton administration’s foreign
    policy in the first six months, as well as the public’s attitudes toward foreign policy.

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    Central Asia Institute Opening

    Ambassador Collins and others spoke at the opening of the new Central Asia Institute at the School of Advanced International Studies. They noted that the aim of the institute is to…

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    Women and Islam

    Princess El Hassan bin Talal discussed the increased education of women in Islamic countries. She discussed how the colonization of many Muslim countries created better infrastructure…

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    American Foreign Policy

    Participants spoke on current American foreign policy and performance thus far under the Clinton administration. Mr. Hoge moderated this event.

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    Ambassador Nitze Birthday Celebration

    Ambassador Nitze is a long-time State Department official, former Navy Secretary and Deputy Defense Secretary. He retired in 1989 and is now diplomat-in-residence at Johns Hopkins…

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    SAIS Commencement

    Mrs. Clinton delivered the commencement address to graduates of the School of Advanced International Studies. In her address, she stressed that graduates must ensure the U.S.…

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    Elections in Indonesia

    Election observers talked about democratic elections in Indonesia and the effect of the Asian economic crisis on the elections. They also talked about the lack of violence in the…

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    Foreign Policy Goals for 2000

    Secretary Albright talked about the goal of democratic advancement throughout the world in 2000. She focused on the U.S. agenda to strengthen NATO, deal with threats regarding weapons of…

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    U.S.-China Security Issues

    The panel questioned witnesses on U.S. policies for the Peoples' Republic of China. Mr. Kissinger chaired this panel and focused discussion on security issues relevant to the…

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    U.S. Foreign Policy

    The State Department held the first in a series of forums that deal with the future roles of the federal agencies that are involved in international affairs. The panelists discussed…

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    International Financial Architecture

    Secretary Rubin discussed the global economy and the changes that will occur in the future. He focused on the economic situations in Asia and Russia and how these problems affect…

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