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  • News Reporting in Asia
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    News Reporting in Asia

    Radio Free Asia President Libby Liu discussed the impact of her organization’s news programming in East Asia and Southeast Asia. Radio Free Asia is a private, non-profit corporation created…

  • Social Media Politics and War
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    Social Media, Politics and War

    The Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy held a discussion on weaponizing social media in politics and war. Peter Singer and Emerson Brooking discussed their book,…

  • Discussion on Foreign Cyber Threats
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    Foreign Cyber Threats

    Shawn Powers, senior adviser at the Broadcasting Board of Governors, spoke at a discussion on foreign cyber threats hosted by the University of Southern California Annenberg Center on…

  • Countering Violent Extremism
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    Countering Violent Extremism

    Michael Duffin, a State Department policy adviser on countering terrorist recruitment, spoke at a discussion on how cities can counter violent extremism . He talked about the efforts and…

  • University Deans Discuss Future of Public Diplomacy
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    Future of Public Diplomacy

    The deans of three public diplomacy programs -- at American University, Georgetown University, and the University of Southern California -- talked about the academic programs they operated…

  • Director Amanda Bennett Lays Out Vision for VOA
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    Amanda Bennett on the Voice of America

    Amanda Bennett gave a keynote address at an event hosted by the Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy, her first major public appearance since being sworn in as the new…

  • Discussion on International Broadcasting
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    International Broadcasting and the Information War

    David Ensor talked about the state of U.S. public diplomacy such as international broadcasting and how Washington could win the so-called “information war” against Russia, China, ISIL*, and…

  • Discussion on Combating Boko Haram
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    Combating Boko Haram

    A State Department’s expert on Boko Haram and a Voice of America journalist talked about U.S.-led strategy to defeat the Islamist militant group that operates in Nigeria, Chad, Niger, and Mali. They…

  • President Reagans Leadership Style
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    President Reagan's Leadership Style

    A discussion on Ronald Reagan’s leadership style inside the White House. The Ronald Reagan Centennial Academic Symposium was held February 1-2, 2011, by the University of Southern California and the Ronald…

  • Ronald Reagans Biography and Legacy
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    Ronald Reagan's Biography and Legacy

    After Tom Brokaw delivered a keynote address, he moderated a panel discussion on the life and legacy of President Ronald Reagan. “Biography and the Construction of Presidential Legacy” was…

  • President Reagans California
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    President Reagan's California

    Historian Kevin Starr, “known for his multi-volume history of California,” poses the question of whether President Reagan’s life story could have been possible anywhere but in the Golden State. The Ronald Reagan…

  • emTop Secret The Battle for the Pentagon Papersem
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    Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers

    Following a performance of the play Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers, Victor Navasky moderated a discussion among principals of the case about the original publication of the Pentagon…

  • Impact of the Internet on American Life
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    Impact of the Internet on American Life

    Mr. Cole talked on the subject “The Internet: An Essential Part of Everyday Life: Highlights of Major Findings from Year Five of the Digital Future Project’s Study on the Impact of the Internet…