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    International River Management

    The head of the Mekong River Commission talked about the challenges facing his group, which works with the governments of Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand to manage the water resources…

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    U.S.-China Relationship

    Hung-Jen Wang, a Stimson Center visiting fellow and political science assistant professor at National Cheng Kung University in Taipei, talked about the future of U.S.-China relations as China…

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    International Arctic Cooperation

    The vice commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard talked about the future of geopolitics in the Arctic Ocean as a warming planet makes year-round navigation possible. He addressed potential areas…

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    China and Taiwan

    Experts on East-Asia talked about Taiwanese public opinion toward cross-strait relations with China, Taiwan’s economic links with the mainland, and the island’s strategic position on the…

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    Ambassador Deborah Jones on Libya

    Ambassador Deborah Jones talked about the growing violence in Libya, and the political transition since the fall of Moammar Gaddafi. Ambassador Jones succeeded Ambassador Christopher…

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    India and Pakistan Nuclear Programs, Panel 2

    Professors Mansoor Ahmed and Sitakanta Mishra talked about the details of the India-Pakistan agreement that reduces risks from accidents relating to nuclear weapons. The program was part of a…

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    India and Pakistan Nuclear Programs, Panel 1

    Robert Einhorn, a former nonproliferation adviser to the Clinton and Obama administrations, talked about his experiences following the 1998 nuclear tests by India and Pakistan. The program was…

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    Weapons Proliferation

    Senior U.S. officials and nongovernmental experts spoke about U.S. and international efforts to prevent terrorists and other criminals from acquiring weapons of mass destruction. They…

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    Strategies in Northeast Asia

    Brad Roberts talked about extended nuclear deterrence and U.S. defense strategies toward Northeast Asia. He addressed the North Korean nuclear threat, China’s modernization of its arsenal,…

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    Transitions Between War and Peace

    Panelists talked about ways to improve transitional and reconstruction efforts in post-conflict countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Mali. Among the issues they addressed were the…

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    When Armies Divide

    Brian Michael Jenkins talked about his book, When Armies Divide: The Security of Nuclear Arsenals During Revolts, Coups, and Civil Wars, in which he looks at the problem of securing nuclear…

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    Iran's Presidential Election

    Panelists talked about Iran’s June 14, 2013, presidential election. Topics included the openness and fairness of the election and what that might signify and possible policy changes toward…

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    Defense Department Restructuring

    Think tank representatives from across the political spectrum talked about defense spending and the competing plans from the president and Congress to cut spending while maintaining…

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    U.S.-Pakistan Relations

    U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson discussed U.S.-Pakistan relations with Stimson Center Chairman Lincoln Bloomfield. He spoke about the U.S. presence in Afghanistan and said that U.S. relations…

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    U.S. Reconstruction Effort in Afghanistan

    John Sopko talked about U.S. reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan. He cited several specific examples of wasted U.S. money, including faulty buildings that collapsed and poorly built roads that…

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    Defense Spending and Public Opinion

    Panelists talked about Defense Department spending and the looming sequestration cuts. They unveiled the results of a recently-conducted survey in which Americans were given defense…

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    U.S.-East Asia Relations

    Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs Kurt Campbell spoke at the Stimson Cente about U.S.-Asia relations. He touched on a number of issues including the rise of China, new…

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    Future of U.S.-Iraq Relations

    Ellen Laipson discussed the recent trends in US-Iraq relations and the effects of continued engagement on national interests, and issues in the relationship in the coming years. She is the author…

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    Bad Days in Basra

    Hilary Synnott talked about his book Bad Days in Basra: My Turbulent Time as Britain’s Man in Southern Iraq, published by I.B. Tauris. The book is an insider British account of the early…

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    Indian Post-Election Future

    Ambassador Wisner spoke about the impact of recent Indian elections on Indian foreign and domestic policy. He examined the new government’s social policy and budgetary agenda and desire for…

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