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In response to last night's State of the Union address, Aspen Institute program directors are reacting to President Barack Obama's promises to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the nation...
Tags: Aspen Institute Homeland Security Program, State of the Union, 2014, Diplomacy, Al Qaeda, Iraq, Afghanistan
While the previous two presidential debates focused primarily on domestic issues, Monday night’s final debate will spotlight foreign policy and national security exclusively. The potential topics to...
Tags: Election 2012, Iran, China, Russia, Afghanistan, Israel, Defense Budget, al-Qaeda, Foreign Policy, Middle East, Partners for a New Beginning
On March 20, Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor and author of the recently released Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power, came to the Institute’s...
Tags: China, Afghanistan, The Washington Ideas Roundtable Series, Iran, foreign affairs
Are the US-led drone attacks in Pakistan refueling the Taliban? Former DNI Dennis Blair discusses with Lesley Stahl of CBS News. Watch the full session.
Tags: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Dennis Blair
Contact: Beth SlaterProgram CoordinatorThe Aspen Institutebeth.slater@aspeninstitute.orgTel. 970-544-7914Aspen, CO, October 28, 2010––The Aspen Institute, in partnership with the Aspen Young...
Tags: education reform, Afghanistan, The Great Conversation, Demystifying China, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Global Immigration, US in Haiti and Pakistan, Microlending
Former Minister of Finance of Afghanistan, Dr. Ashraf Ghani, and Clare Lockhart, co-authors of Fixing Failed States, were joined in a lively round-table discussion with a number of leading...
Tags: International Development, Afghanistan
 The Aspen Institute Market Building Initiative hosted Minister Mohammed Ehsan Zia, Afghanistan’s Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development to discuss Afghanistan’s successful National...
Tags: International Development, Afghanistan

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