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    Defense Spending and the Economy

    Panelists talked about the effect of changes in the defense industry and reductions in military spending on the U.S. economy and its continued recovery. “The Defense Economy and American…

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    Global Challenges and the United Nations

    Susana Malcorra, chief of staff to the United Nations secretary-general, talked about the U.N. role in responding to transnational challenges, including violent extremism, migration, border…

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    U.S. Response to North Korean Threats

    Foreign policy experts talked about North Korea, recent escalation of tensions prompted by threats of a North Korean missile test, and how the United States should adjust foreign policy…

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    Neoconservatism

    A panel discussion between Bill Kristol, Strobe Talbott, E.J. Dionne, Francis Fukuyama and author Justin Vaisse, discussing the evolution of “neoconservatism,” from New York intellectuals…

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    The Legitimate Use of Force

    Mark Malloch Brown the use of force and the United Nations' role in conflict resolution. Among the issues he addressed were the lessons learned from the Iraq War and the failure of…

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    North Korea Status Report

    Mr. Pritchard, who resigned as special envoy for negotiations with North Korea in August of 2003, moderated a forum titled “What’s Next After Round Four of the Six-Party Talks?” Panelists…

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