U.S. Foreign Policy and Threats to International Security
Mr. McFarlane participated as a member of the audience.
Scholars talked about foreign policy goals and operations, including relations with Iran, North Korea, Iraq, as well as efforts to combat global terrorism. Among the issues they addressed were nuclear non-proliferation, building regional and global security cooperation on threats to international security, the role of existing international nuclear inspections and non-proliferation alliances, and the threats posed by terrorism in response to U.S. efforts in Iraq and policy toward Iran. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.
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Ted Galen Carpenter Director Cato Institute->Foreign Affairs
Alexis Debat Visiting Professor Middlebury College
Nikolas K. Gvosdev Senior Fellow Nixon Center
Robert "Bud" C. McFarlane National Security Adviser (Former) White House
David B. Rivkin Jr. Visiting Scholar Nixon Center
Ray Takeyh Senior Fellow Council on Foreign Relations->Middle Eastern Studies
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