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  • Central Intelligence Agency
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    Central Intelligence Agency

    Former directors spoke about their tenures at the CIA and how the agency has changed. Among the topics they addressed were new intelligence gathering methods, terrorist threats, and the…

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  • The Next War
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    The Next War

    The panelists, led by Mr. Holbrooke as moderator, discussed the possibility of war with Iraq, what kind of war it will be, and what the world will be like after the war. Mr. Gelb is the…

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  • Building Lasting Peace in Kosovo
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    Building Lasting Peace in Kosovo

    Secretary Albright spoke about how the international community might go about securing peace in Kosovo. She pointed to the United Nations and the Kosovo implementation force (K-FOR) set up…

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  • Paris Peace Accord 25th Anniversary Part 2
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    Paris Peace Accord 25th Anniversary, Part 2

    In a session titled, “Vietnam - Legacy and Lessons,” moderated by Mr. Gelb, the panelists discussed the impact of the Paris Accord on today’s U.S. foreign policy. General Boyd was a…

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  • National Security Council Future
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    National Security Council Future

    Mr. Berger addressed a forum on the future of the National Security Council at the fiftieth anniversary of the NSC. He talked about the accomplishments and contributions of the National…

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  • National Security Council Future
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    National Security Council Future

    The Council on Foreign Relations hosted a panel to discuss the role of the National Security Council in world relations. Mr. Koppel moderates the discussion. Following their discussion,…

    57 views
  • Global Free Markets
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    Global Free Markets

    Mr. Soros and Mr. Krugman debated their positions on the implications of capitalism around the world. Mr. Soros discussed the globalization of the economy and how economies are interrelated and warned…

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  • United Nations What Is in It for the US
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    United Nations: What Is in It for the U.S.?

    Current and former ambassadors to the United Nations debated the merits of U.S. involvement in U.N. activities. They discussed topics such as the end of the Cold War, the role of the U.N.…

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  • UN SecretaryGeneral Selection Process 2
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    U.N. Secretary-General Selection Process, 2

    In a hearing on the U.N. Secretary-General selection process, participants testified on the role and responsibilities of the Secretary-General. The three panels in this portion focused on…

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  • Middle East Peace Process
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    Middle East Peace Process

    Secretary Christopher spoke about the latest developments in the Middle East peace process, including growing Palestinian home rule, and closer Israel-Jordan relations. He emphasized that…

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  • USChina Relations
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    U.S.-China Relations

    Secretary Christopher spoke about the the multitude of challenges and accomplishments in U.S.-China relations over the past twenty-five years. He emphasized that the policy of engagement,…

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  • Minorities and US Foreign Policy Studies
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    Minorities and U.S. Foreign Policy Studies

    Mr. Gelb spoke about the Council’s recent efforts to include minority scholars in its activities in order to broaden its perspectives as U.S. foreign policy concerns continue to expand both…

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  • US Cuba Policy
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    U.S. Cuba Policy

    Mr. Gelb spoke about his recent trip to Cuba as part of a Council on Foreign Relations study group. He examined various issues, including Cuban society, economics and U.S.-Cuba relations.…

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  • Clinton Foreign Policy Midterm Review
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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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