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  • Delaware Senate Debate
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    Delaware Senate Debate

    Delaware Senate candidates, incumbent Senator Tom Carper (D) and challenger Rob Arlett (R) met for a debate. They discussed gun control, the national debt, universal health care, and the…

  • Obama Presidency Following Midterm Elections
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    Obama Presidency Following Midterm Elections

    David Plouffe talked about the future of the Obama presidency following 2010 midterm elections in which the Republican Party gained control of the House. He also responded to questions from…

  • Political Communication and Social Networking
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    Political Communication and Social Networking

    Campaign strategists and social network analysts spoke about the use of the Internet and social networking techniques to reach voters and communicate political messages. Among the topics…

  • Iraq Update  The Military and the Media
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    Iraq Update: The Military and the Media

    Gen. Vincent Brooks, chief of public affairs for the Army, discussed the reporting coming out of Iraq, and the relationship between the military and the media. Gen. Brooks was the soldier who…

  • Substance of Public Diplomacy
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    Substance of Public Diplomacy

    As part of a forum on “The Future of Public Diplomacy,” Mr. Begleiter moderated a panel titled, “The Substance of the Dialogue.” Panelists focused on U.S. foreign policy programs and…

  • Media and Congress
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    Media and Congress

    The panelists examined the role of Congress and its relationship with the media in the second of a two-part series co-sponsored with the Center on Congress. Topics included news as…

  • Cryptography Challenges
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    Cryptography Challenges

    Mr. Nolte spoke to students and faculty about the future of intelligence operations, including the future of encoding information and electronic transmission of classified information.…