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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.…

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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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    Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

    Lisa Delpy Neirotti shared data and spoke about her perspectives on the 2016 Summer Olympic Games held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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    U.S.-Russia Relations

    Members of the Working Group on the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations spoke at the launch of a paper on U.S.-Russian military and strategic cooperation, arms control regulations, and security…

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    Russia's Annexation of Crimea

    Professors from Ukrainian and Estonian universities joined a discussion about Ukrainian reaction to Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and the country’s political prospects. They also discussed the logic…

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    U.S.-Iran Relations

    Panelists discussed possibilities for a breakthrough in U.S.-Iran relations. They panelists, including a former Iranian presidential candidate and a former official at the American embassy in Iran, talked about maintaining…

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    Haitian Politics and International Aid Efforts

    Panelists talked about the current political system in Haiti and the effectiveness of international aid following the January 12, 2010, earthquake. Jonathan Katz, the only full-time American news…

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    Prime Minister of Ireland on Promoting Democracy

    Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny spoke about efforts to reform his government and promote democracy worldwide.

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    Lessons Learned from Space Shuttle Columbia

    Panelists talked about the lessons learned from the Columbia Space Shuttle tragedy ten years later. Speakers included retired Admiral Hal Gehman, who chaired the accident investigation board, and Wayne Hale,…

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    Technical Lessons Learned from Space Shuttle Columbia

    Former NASA Astronauts talked about changes made to testing and safety procedures on future shuttle missions as a result of the Space Shuttle Columbia accident. Pamela Melroy, former astronaut…

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    Management Lessons Learned from Space Shuttle Columbia

    Panelists talked about lessons learned from the Space Shuttle Columbia accident from a management perspective. Panelists included William Parsons, a former Space Shuttle Program manager tasked with…

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    Columbia Accident Investigation Board

    NASA officials who investigated the Space Shuttle Columbia accident talked about the process of investigating the accident and the discoveries made during the investigation. They also talked…

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    Space Shuttle Columbia Recovery Operation

    David King and Scott Horowitz, the officials who led NASA’s recovery effort after the Space Shuttle Columbia explosion talked about their operation at an event marking the tenth anniversary of the disaster.…

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    Michael Hayden on National Security in the Digital Age

    Michael Hayden talked about the impact of digital media on national security and intelligence gathering. Topics included recent cyber attacks made by China’s government, the legality of using…

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    U.S. and Europe NATO Capabilities Gap

    Panelists talked about the challenges facing NATO in light of budget cuts by U.S. and several other member countries. Among the issues they addressed were the roles and responsibilities of…

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    NATO New Security Challenges

    Scholars and European foreign policy leaders gave an overview of the 2012 NATO summit. Among the topics they discussed were NATO’s structure and its link to the European Union, the implications of…

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    Historiography of Soviet Espionage in America

    A panel of historians and professors examined the effects that Soviet spies had on the American public’s mentality and on history itself. They also looked at the lives of some Soviet spies, most notably those…

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    Historical Treatment of the Rosenberg Case

    A panel discussion was held on the history of Soviet espionage in the United States. After each panelist made a presentation, most using slides, they had a discussion moderated by Joseph McLaughlin.…

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    Foreign Policy Debates in Russia

    Panel members talked about Russia foreign policy. Among the topics they covered were Russian identity and the relationships the country has with China and Japan. Following their prepared…

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    Foreign Policy Debates in Other Countries

    Walter Russell Mead gave the keynote address at a George Washington University forum on foreign policy debates in other countries. He spoke on the evolution of U.S. foreign policy and…

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