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  • US Foreign Policy
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    U.S. Foreign Policy

    Mr. Gvosdev moderated a roundtable discussion as panelists addressed United States foreign policy in the Middle East and East Asia. They focused on U.S. aspirations in the Middle East peace…

  • The Real State of US Foreign Policy
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    The Real State of U.S. Foreign Policy

    Mr. Clemons moderated a half-day forum on the future of U.S. foreign policy. Participants talked about successes and failures in building post-Cold War strategies, assessing and meeting emerging threats to global security, and…

  • Iran Elections
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    Iran Elections

    The Nixon Center held a forum on Iran’s election and the likely short and long-term consequences. Mr. Takeyh argued that the elections invalidated two tenets of U.S. analysis of Iranian electoral…

  • Distinguished Service Award Dinner
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    Distinguished Service Award Dinner

    The Nixon Center presented its Distinguished Service Award to CIA Director George Tenet. In his speech, Mr. Tenet talked about the war on terrorism and bipartisanship in foreign policy.

  • Mexican Immigration
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    Mexican Immigration

    Participants talked about Mexican immigration to the U.S. after September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. Among the topics they addressed were the demographics of Mexican immigrants,…

  • USUSSR Relations in PostCold War Era
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    U.S.-U.S.S.R. Relations in Post-Cold War Era

    The complete title of the program is “Coping with Victory: U.S.-U.S.S.R. Relations in the Post-Cold War Era.” A panel of experts in Soviet studies discuss the political and security overlay…

  • USSoviet Relations
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    U.S.-Soviet Relations

    The Atlantic Monthly Magazine hosted a panel on U.S.-Soviet Relations entitled “How the Cold War Might End.” Panelists discussed the article from the previous edition of the Atlantic…