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  •  Irving Kristol Award
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    Irving Kristol Award

    Historian Bernard Lewis received the American Enterprise Institute’s Irving Kristol Award for 2007. He delivered the Irving Kristol Lecture at the Institute’s annual dinner on the topic of “Europe and…

  • Possibility of Civil War in Iraq
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    Possibility of Civil War in Iraq

    Panelists talked about the future of Iraq, political struggles between different factions, and U.S. policy in the country. Mr. Kagan moderated the panel which responded to comments and…

  • Should the US Support Islamists
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    Should the U.S. Support Islamists?

    Two Middle East experts held a formal discussion about whether the United States should rely on Islamists. Mr. Gerecht, former member of the Central Intelligence Agency, argued that democratization efforts should…

  • US Policy Toward Iran
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    U.S. Policy Toward Iran

    Mr. Gerecht talked about U.S. policy toward Iran and his cover story in the Weekly Standard that examined the question of whether or not the U.S. should use military force against Iran to…

  • Iraqi Constitution
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    Iraqi Constitution

    Mr. Gerecht talked about the Iraqi constitution, sticking points to adoption in the Constitutional Assembly, as well as compromises and the decisions still to be made. Mr. Murphy spoke via…

  • Medical Ethics in the Age of Terrorism
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    Medical Ethics in the Age of Terrorism

    Moderated by former Defense Department Assistant Secretary Korb, the panelists debated the use of detainees' medical records to capitalize on illness, phobias, and other vulnerabilities for use in military interrogation…