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    Japanese Ambassador on U.S.-Japan Relations

    Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. Koji Tomita discussed U.S.-Japan relations during a lecture hosted by Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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    U.S.-China Relations

    Panelists talked about economic and trade ties between the United States and China. Topics included North Korea’s nuclear program and the upcoming meeting between President Trump and…

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    Tina Brown on Women's Issues

    Journalist, editor, and author Tina Brown talked about women and global leadership. She talked about the state and future of feminism and how women can support and empower one another. Lady Evans and Ambassador…

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    Turkey's Political Future

    Panelists, including former Ambassador to Turkey Eric Edelman, talked about the November 1, 2015, elections in Turkey, in which the Justice and Development Party (AKP) regained its majority in Parliament.…

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    U.S. Relations with Balkan States

    Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) talked about his visit to Kosovo, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, and Montenegro, where he met with both government officials and the public to discuss U.S. policies and engagement in…

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    U.S. and South Korea Nuclear Cooperation

    Mark Holt, specialist in energy policy at the Congressional Research Service, talked about efforts to extend the U.S.-South Korea Nuclear Cooperation Agreement until March 2016, after an effort earlier…

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    Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice

    Panelists shared their personal experiences from the Korean War at a ceremony commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the signing of the Korean War Armistice. They also spoke about the…

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    Relationship Between President Truman and General MacArthur

    Professor Eliot Cohen examined the relationship between President Harry S. Truman and General Douglas MacArthur. In 1951, during the Korean War, President Truman relieved General MacArthur of his command.…

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    The Rise and Fall of Communism

    Archie Brown talked about his book The Rise and Fall of Communism (Ecco; June 9, 2009). In his book the emeritus politics professor at Oxford University presents a history of communism. Mr. Brown…

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    U.S. Policy Toward Korea

    South Korean Ambassador to the U.S. Han Duk-soo talked about the Obama administration’s policy toward toward the Korean Peninsula. Among the topics he addressed were North Korean missile…

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    In An Uncertain World

    Al Hunt, executive Washington editor of the Wall Street Journal, interviewed former Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin on his memoir, In An Uncertain World: Tough Choices from Wall Street to…

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    Southeast Asia and Emerging Korea Policy

    Following remarks by Mr. Pritchard, panelists talked about security issues in Southeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula, and U.S. diplomatic efforts in the region. Among the issues they addressed…

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    Russia After Putin Presidency

    Thomas Graham talked about the future of Russia after Vladimir Putin’s presidency. He described his impressions of Russia after the elections, speculating about whether Russia is in a “post-Putin” era.…

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    Life of Senator Mike Mansfield

    As part of the Leaders of Capitol Hill series, former Senator John Glenn (D-OH) and others remembered the life and career of the late Senator Mike Mansfield (D-MT), including his 24 years in the…

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    Elections in Pakistan

    Professor Hasan-Askari Rizvi talked about the implications of the parliamentary elections held in Pakistan on February 18, 2008, in which President Pervez Musharraf’s party was defeated. He…

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    Events in Myanmar

    Participants spoke about recent violence and government crackdown on democratic movements in Myanmar (Burma). Panelists spoke about the economic problems in the country that ignited…

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    Partition of Iraq

    Michael O’Hanlon and Edward Joseph talked about their newly released Saban Center policy paper, “The Case for Soft Partition in Iraq,” which presents an alternative plan for stabilizing Iraq. They said their…

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    Transnational Threats

    Secretary Chertoff talked about the transnational threats such as posed by Al-Qaeda and similar terrorist organizations, and protecting international systems of travel and trade against…

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    Prospects for Korean Unification

    Chung Dong Young, former South Korean minister of Unification, talked about North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and the prospects for Korean unification. He focused primarily on North Korean…

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    Presidential Power in Combating Terrorism

    Ruth Wedgwood moderated a discussion on the implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Military Commissions Act of 2006. This court ruling said that war crimes…

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