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  • US Policy on North Korea
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    U.S. Policy on North Korea

    George Washington University hosted a panel discussion on U.S. policy toward North Korea and its recent nuclear threats. Speakers included several George Washington international affairs…

  • Timothy Snyder Discusses emOn Tyrannyem
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    On Tyranny

    Professor Timothy Snyder talked about his book On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century, in which he reflects on how many democracies failed throughout Europe during the 20th…

  • Marriage Equality
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    Marriage Equality

    Member from the LGBT community talked about their personnel experiences in the fight for marriage equality and transsgender rights, and the ongoing struggles to gain full rights and…

  • Senator Duckworth Delivers George Washington University Commencement Address
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    George Washington University 2017 Commencement Address

    Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) delivered a commencement address to graduating students of her alma mater of George Washington University. She recounted her experiences serving in the Army…

  • Pervez Musharraf Warns Against Escalation of Conflict in Syria
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    Pervez Musharraf Remarks on Counterterrorism and U.S. Foreign Policy

    Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf talked about Pakistan’s current state of affairs, combating terrorism, and future relations with the U.S., India, China and Russia.

  • DHS Secretary John Kelly Tells Agency Critics to Shut Up
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    Homeland Security Threats

    Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly delivered remarks at George Washington University on security threats. He outlined the top priorities of his agency including transnational organized crime, border security, homegrown…

  • Richard Carwardine Discusses emLincolns Sense of Humorem
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    Lincoln's Sense of Humor

    Richard Carwardine talked about his book Lincoln’s Sense of Humor, in which he examines Abraham Lincoln’s sense of humor and his ability to invoke it throughout his life and presidential…

  • Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg Discusses the Future of NATO
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    Jens Stoltenberg on the Future of NATO

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg talked with former U.S. NATO Representative Kurt Volker about the role and the future of the alliance, and his meeting the previous day with President Trump.…

  • Former Ambassador Michael McFaul Discusses State of USRussia Relations
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    U.S.-Russia Relations

    Former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul delivered a lecture on U.S.-Russia relations. He shared his observations and experiences from his years of work on the bilateral…

  • White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Discusses Media Coverage of the Trump Administration
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    Media Coverage of the Trump Administration

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was interviewed by Frank Sesno about White House communications. The conversation focused on how the executive order banning travel from certain…

  • Nancy Reagan Reflects on Her Time as First Lady
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    A Conversation with Nancy Reagan

    Mrs. Reagan talked about her experiences as first lady from 1981 to 1989 and her opinions on the changing role of the first lady.

  • George Washington University Hosts Discussion with General David Petraeus
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    General David Petraeus on National Security and Global Challenges

    Retired Army General David Petraeus talke about global challenges and strategic leadership. He discussed his recent meeting with President-elect Donald Trump in New York City. In addition,…

  • Senators Discuss Trump Administration Legislative Agenda
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    Congress and Trump Administration

    Senators Chris Coons (D-DE), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), and James Lankford (R-OK) talked about the incoming Trump administration and the role Congress would play. The panel was moderated by Dana Bash.…

  • Lev Gudkov Discusses Russian Public Opinion of Vladimir Putin
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    Russian Public Opinion of Vladimir Putin

    Sociologist Lev Gudkov talked about Russian citizens' approval of President Vladimir Putin and how propaganda shapes mass perception. “The 86 Percent: Opinion Polling in Russia” was part of…

  • 1789 Debate Over Chief Executive Title
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    1789 Debate Over Chief Executive Title

    Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon talked about her book, For Fear of an Elective King: George Washington and the Presidential Title Controversy of 1789. When George Washington was elected chief executive in 1789, Congress…

  • Origins of the Gay Rights Movement
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    Origins of the Gay Rights Movement

    Professor Chad Heap talked about the origins of the gay rights movement. He described how participants found common ground with communists, the Black Power movement, anti-war protesters,…

  • Intelligence Oversight Panel
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    Intelligence Oversight Panel

    Journalists and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials analyzed transparency and openness in the Intelligence Community. Then Deputy CIA Director David Cohen provided closing remarks for the conference. “The Public…

  • Intelligence Sharing and Combating Terrorism
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    Intelligence Sharing and Combating Terrorism

    Foreign intelligence chiefs of Afghanistan, Australia, and the United Kingdom talked about information sharing, combating terrorism, cybersecurity, and the impact of technology advancements of intelligence operations. Central…

  • Intelligence Research and Development
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    Intelligence Research and Development

    Intelligence experts talked about challenges facing U.S. intelligence research and development and the private companies that conduct such work. Afterward, the president of George Washington University delivered remarks on his…

  • emThe War on Scienceem
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    The War on Science

    Shawn Otto talked about his book The War on Science: Who’s Waging It, Why It Matters, What We Can Do About It, in which he argues that scientific fact is devalued in favor of political and…

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