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  • Tony Blinken on US Policy Toward Terrorists
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    Tony Blinken on U.S. Policy Toward Terrorists

    Deputy National Security Adviser Antony Blinken talked about how the U.S. planned to work with allies to combat the Islamic State* and how the mission was not comparable to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Talking…

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  • Former US Ambassador to Iraq Looks Back on a Decade of War
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    Tenth Anniversary of the Iraq War

    Ryan Crocker and other foreign policy analysts spoke on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Among the issues they addressed were the development of strong factions and in-fighting in the Iraqi…

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  • Lessons Learned from the Iraq War
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    Lessons Learned from the Iraq War

    Panelists talked about geopolitical lessons learned from the Iraq War at a forum marking the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Among the topics they addressed were the decision to go to war, justifications for…

    674 views
  • Former Ambassador Speaks on Afghanistan and Pakistan
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    U.S. Diplomacy in Afghanistan and Pakistan

    Ambassador Marc Grossman talked about the future of American diplomacy in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Jessica Mathews moderated.

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  • USIndia Relations
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    U.S.-India Relations

    India’s Foreign Secretary, H.E. Ranjan Mathai about the future of U.S.-India relations. prosperity and progress. He called the relationship between the U.S. and India a 21st century…

    453 views
  • Global Role of the US President
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    Global Role of the U.S. President

    Panelists discussed three broad topics regarding the role of the U.S. president in world: declining American influence, the resilience of the liberal international order, and the rise of…

    534 views
  • International Religious Freedom
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    International Religious Freedom

    Secretary Clinton spoke about religious freedom around the world. In her remarkss she said the “world is sliding backwards” even as progress was being made on political freedom in places like the…

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  • US Security Challenges
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    U.S. Security Challenges

    Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey talked about U.S. security challenges and international partnerships. Other topics included U.S. operations in Afghanistan, Defense…

    644 views
  • Middle East Reforms and Governing
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    Middle East Reforms and Governing

    Representatives from Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, and Morocco gave updates on the ongoing reforms happening since Middle East uprisings that started in Spring 2011. Topics included elections,…

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  • Future of the US Military
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    Future of the U.S. Military

    Admiral Mike Mullen, who was retiring at the end of September 2011, spoke about his tenure as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and about challenges for the U.S. military. He also…

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  • US Policy in Afghanistan
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    U.S. Policy in Afghanistan

    Major General Richard Mills has been a regional commander for the Marine Corps in Afghanistan since 2010, overseeing 30,000 U.S. and coalition troops in Helmand Province. He talked about…

    295 views
  • US Policy Toward Yemen
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    U.S. Policy Toward Yemen

    John Brennan talked about U.S. counterterrorism efforts in Yemen. He also responded to questions from the audience.

    186 views
  • NATORussia Relations
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    NATO-Russia Relations

    NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen delivered remarks on NATO’s relationship with Russia. He called for the U.S., Russia, and NATO to link their missile defense systems against…

    44 views
  • International Nonproliferation Conference
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    International Nonproliferation Conference

    A conference on nuclear nonproliferation, panelists talked about a congressional report conducted by the Carnegie Endowment titled Abolishing Nuclear Weapons: A Debate. Among the issues addressed…

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  • 21st Century Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence
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    21st Century Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence

    Defense Secretary Robert Gates talked about the evolution of the concept of nuclear deterrence and the implications of the aging of the U.S. nuclear arsenal and infrastructure and the lack…

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  • USAfrica Relations
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    U.S.-Africa Relations

    Stephen Hadley talked about President Bush’s Smart Development policy and President and Mrs. Bush’s upcoming trip to Africa. The president will review the progress since his last visit in…

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  • Situation in Afghanistan
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    Situation in Afghanistan

    Former Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah talked about the security situation in Afghanistan. He briefly outlined recent Afghan history and talked about how Afghan citizens feel…

    43 views
  • emPakistan  Between Mosque and Militaryem
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    Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military

    Husain Haqqani talked about his book Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military, published by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The relationship between Pakistan’s military and Islamic…

    536 views
  • Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons
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    Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons

    British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett delivered the luncheon keynote speech at the 2007 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference. In her remarks she talked about the threat…

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    Putin's Russia

    Ms. Shevtsova talked about her book Putin’s Russia, issued in a revised edition by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She described the current state of Russian domestic politics…

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