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    Cybersecurity in Japan

    Military experts talked about meeting Japan’s need for increased defense sector industrial security and cybersecurity. The panelists focused on the type of government needed to improve cybersecurity in Japan.…

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    Chinese Military Technology

    Panelist talked about China’s use of science and technology in military strategy. “Beyond A2/AD: China’s Use of Science and Technology in Military Strategy” was a panel of “Science, Technology,…

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    U.S.-Japan Military Relations

    Panelists talked about the U.S.-Japan military relationship and collaborating in science and technology to outmaneuver China at their technology and to deter China from hostile activity in the region. “The…

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    Wireless Technology Innovations

    A panel of policymakers and analysts involved in telecommunications issues gathered to discuss spectrum management and availability for wireless broadband technology. They also talked about…

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    Iraq and Campaign 2016

    Former Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Feisal al-Istrabadi was among the panelists at a discussion on the Iraqi view of the 2016 U.S. election hosted by the Hudson Institute in Washington,…

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    U.S.-Taiwan Security Relationship

    Security and military experts on Asia talked about the U.S.-Taiwan relationship. Panelists examined the regional security challenges facing Taiwan and China’s military incursions into…

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    Anti-Taliban Efforts in Afghanistan

    Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib talked about security efforts in Afghanistan, combating the Taliban, and the U.S. role in his country. Ambassador Mohib said of President Obama’s recent sign-off to…

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    Government Surveillance and Privacy Concerns

    Constitutional attorneys Nadine Strossen and David Rivkin debated the privacy concerns of government surveillance, as well as surveillance carried out by businesses. “Balancing Privacy and…

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    Syrian Civil War

    The Hudson Institute hosted a discussion on the Syrian civil war, including U.S. policy toward the region and humanitarian concerns as the conflict entered its fifth year.

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    Future of the European Union

    Foreign policy analysts talked about the future of the European Union. Topics included how the EU’s ideology differs from the U.S., and the United Kingdom’s potential exit from the…

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    ISIS and Genocide

    Nina Shea talked about genocide by ISIS and Secretary Kerry’s formal declaration of genocidal acts by the group against religious minorities in the Middle East. The Islamic State of Iraq…

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    Strategic Failure

    Mark Moyar talked about his book Strategic Failure:How President Obama’s Drone Warfare, Defense Cuts, and Military Amateurism Have Imperiled America, in which he discusses U.S. military power during…

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    Iran-Saudi Arabia Conflict

    Panelists talked about Iran’s increasing influence in the Middle East and the rising tensions between the country and Saudi Arabia. They also offered their assessments of U.S. strategy toward…

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    Terrorism and Homeland Security

    House Homeland Security Chair Michael McCaul (R-TX) talked about the state of U.S. homeland security. Topics included U.S.-led efforts to combat ISIS* in Iraq and Syria, as well as the threat of…

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    Iran Nuclear Agreement

    Physicist David Albright and other panelists talked about the inspections process established under the Iran nuclear agreement and Iran’s role in those inspections. Topics included Iran’s…

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    Iran Nuclear Deal

    Former military officials talked about the Iran nuclear deal and the implications of sanctions relief. The panelists argued that the U.S. had been passive in dealing with Iran for decades…

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    Chinese Military Threats

    Panelists talked about China’s expanding missile arsenal, its military and space-based capabilities, and possible U.S. responses. Speakers included retired Air Force Lieutenant General Henry…

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    Economic Cybersecurity Threats

    Panelists discussed the increase in cyber threats to both businesses and government. They discussed the new report, Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare: An Evolving Challenge, edited by Samantha Ravich, on…

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    Biological and Chemical Threat Preparedness, Emergency Response

    Panelists talked about biological and chemical threat preparedness, response, and recovery. They spoke about lessons learned from the Oklahoma City bombing, natural disasters, and the recent Ebola…

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    Biological and Chemical Threat Preparedness, Public Health Response

    Panelists talked about the role of public health in biological and chemical threat preparedness, response, and recovery. They stressed the importance of working with the private sector, which has…

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