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    Immigration Law and the First Amendment

    In her book Threat of Dissent: A History of Ideological Exclusion & Deportation in the United States, lawyer and historian Julia Rose Kraut examined the use of deportation to suppress free…

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    James Baker and the End of the Cold War

    Diana Villiers Negroponte talked about her book, Master Negotiator: The Role of James A. Baker, III at the End of the Cold War, which looks at how Baker - as secretary of state - worked to create what…

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    Covert Intervention in Foreign Wars

    University of Chicago Political Science Professor Austin Carson discussed his book, Secret Wars: Covert Conflict in International Politics. Mr. Carson delved into the ways state powers…

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    Iran Hostage Crisis, 40 Years Later

    From 1979 to 1981, 52 Americans were held hostage in the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. The Wilson Center hosted a panel discussing how the Iran Hostage Crisis has impacted U.S. foreign policy…

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    Chicago Council Foreign Policy Survey

    The Woodrow Wilson Center held a discussion on the release of the 2019 Chicago Council Survey, which gives a detailed look at the views Americans have regarding foreign policy and…

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    American Democracy and Post-World War II Japan

    Dartmouth College history professor Jennifer Miller talked about her book, Cold War Democracy: The United States and Japan. She discussed how the U.S. government promoted democracy in…

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    U.S. and Mexico Competitiveness, Part 3

    The Wilson Center in Washington, DC, held a day-long conference on improving border management between the U.S. and Mexico, and how that could strengthen economic competitiveness for both…

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    U.S. and Mexico Competitiveness, Part 4

    The Wilson Center held a day-long conference on improving border management between the U.S. and Mexico, and how doing so could strengthen economic competitiveness for both countries. In…

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    Marie Royce on Women's Empowerment

    Marie Royce, assistant secretary of state for Educational and Cultural Affairs, discussed how her agency aims to empower women through different international programs. She is married to…

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    U.S.-Mexico Border and Trade, Senator Cornyn Remarks

    The Wilson Center in Washington, DC, held a day-long conference on improving border management between the U.S. and Mexico, and how that could strengthen economic competitiveness for both…

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    U.S. -Mexico Border and Trade, Part 5

    The Wilson Center held a day-long conference on improving border management between the U.S. and Mexico, and how that could strengthen economic competitiveness for both countries. In this…

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    German Social Scientists and U.S. Foreign Policy

    Hans Speier was a German social scientist who was among the many European intellectuals who immigrated to America during the rise of Nazism in the 1930s. In this program, University of…

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    1911 Congressional Report on Immigration

    Historian Katherine Benton-Cohen talked about her book, Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its Legacy. The U.S. Immigration Commission, better known as the…

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    U.S.-Mexico Migration

    The Wilson Center and Migration Policy Institute hosted a discussion on Mexican immigrants and migration flows to the United States. Mexico’s ambassador to the United States, H.E. Gerónimo…

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    U.S. Foreign Policy Since World War I

    Author Melvyn Leffler talked about his book, Safeguarding Democratic Capitalism: U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security, 1920-2015. He discussed how and why U.S. foreign policy has…

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    Foreign Policy and the Trump Administration

    The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Wilson Center co-hosted a panel discussion about the results of a Chicago Council survey of public attitudes on foreign policy and the Trump administration. The…

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    Cold War and the Third World

    Professor Jason Parker talked about U.S. diplomacy during the Cold War. He is the author of Hearts, Minds, Voices: U.S. Cold War Public Diplomacy and the Formation of the Third World.

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    Vice President Remarks at Wilson Center

    Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. about the Trump administration’s policy toward Central America and the issues confronting it, including drug…

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    Humanitarianism in the Mid-18th Century

    Amanda Moniz talked about her book, From Empire to Humanity: The American Revolution and the Origins of Humanitarianism. She spoke about the motivations and charity work of mid-18th century…

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    Early Life and Career of Henry Kissinger

    Professor Niall Ferguson talked about his book, Kissinger: 1234-1968: The Idealist. In his book, Professor Ferguson argues that Henry Kissinger’s approach to foreign policy was grounded in…

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