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    Privacy, Security and Autonomous Machines, Morning Session

    Specialists talked about consumer privacy and the legal considerations, restrictions, and implications of mass data collection and sharing. They spoke at a Carnegie Endowment for…

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    Privacy, Security and Autonomous Machines, Afternoon Session

    The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Carnegie Mellon University co-hosted a series of discussions about artificial intelligence, privacy and security. This portion featured a…

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    European Union Security and Foreign Policy

    Federica Mogherini spoke about the European Union’s foreign and security policy. Other topics addressed included the conflict in Syria, the coup attempt in Turkey, combating terrorism, and…

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    Nuclear Weapons in China

    Nuclear experts talked about the U.S. and China’s nuclear weapons policies and ways to promote dialogue and understanding. Rose Gottemoeller in her remarks said she is working to intensify…

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    Sanctions Policy

    Treasury Secretary Jack Lew talked about the history and future of U.S. sanctions policy, including lessons learned from past sanctions applications, and his recommendations for their use…

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    Nuclear Agreements, Panel 1

    Panelists talked about how lessons learned from the failure of the U.S.-North Korea Agreed Framework nuclear deal in 1994 can be applied to successful implementation of the Iran nuclear deal. “Lessons from the Agreed…

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    Nuclear Agreements, Panel 2

    Panelists talked about the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, including verification and maintaining incentives for compliance. They discussed concerns over Iran’s ballistic missile testing, and Iran’s re-entry into the…

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    Afghanistan Security

    Mohammad Umer Daudzai, former chief of staff to the president of Afghanistan, talked about the future of and regional challenges to his country’s security. Following his speech, he answered…

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    Secretary Ernest Moniz on Climate Change

    Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz talked about his plans for representing the U.S. at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which was scheduled to take place in Paris. He outlined the…

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    U.S. Strategy in the Middle East

    Secretary of State John Kerry spoke about the Obama administration’s strategy in the Middle East amid the ongoing fight against ISIS* and rising tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.…

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    Senator Harry Reid on Iran Nuclear Agreement

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) outlined the reasons he favors the Iran nuclear agreement. He urged his colleagues to reject a congressional resolution that would undo the deal…

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    Iran Sanctions

    Economists spoke about the possible impact on Iran’s economy, global markets, and oil prices if sanctions were to be lifted. A new World Bank report showed lifting sanctions could boost…

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    Russian Media and Politics

    Russian journalist Alexei Venediktov talked about the state of Russian media and political system as a result of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia conflict. In addition, Mr. Venediktov discussed…

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    Turkey and the Middle East

    Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu talked about evolving violence in the Middle East as well as Turkey’s role in the conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. Regarding Yemen, Mr.…

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    Arming Ukraine

    Panelists debated whether the U.S. and its allies should provide lethal military assistance to Ukraine. Former U.S. Ambassadors to Ukraine John Herbst and Steven Pifer argued in favor of arming…

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    Dirty Entanglements

    Louise Shelley talked about her book, Dirty Entanglements: Corruption, Crime, and Terrorism, in which she argues that corruption, crime, and terrorism will be main security concerns for the rest…

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    National Insecurity

    David Rothkopf talked about his book, National Insecurity: American Leadership in an Age of Fear, in which he discusses the triumphs and failures of American leadership in the world…

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    Extremist Movements in the Middle East

    Middle East researchers and scholars talked about the increase in radical extremist movements across Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq. and U.S. policies aimed at supressing them. “Jihadist Movements…

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    Political Security in the Middle East

    Legal and policy planning experts talked about the future of political stability and security in the Middle East as the U.S. and its allies combated ISIS* militants. They focused on the political, security and humanitarian reasons…

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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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