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As the world waits to learn what efforts the US will put forth in Syria, the Aspen Institute offers a series of opinion pieces from the perspectives of our policy program directors focusing on global...
Tags: Homeland Security Program, Syria, Middle East
As the world waits to learn what efforts the US will put forth in Syria, the Aspen Institute offers a series of opinion pieces from the perspectives of our policy program directors focusing on global...
Tags: aspen strategy group, Middle East, Syria
Dan Glickman is the executive director of the Aspen Institute Congressional Program, a nongovernmental, nonpartisan educational program for members of the United States Congress.I applaud President...
Tags: Syria, Middle East
The Emirates-Aspen Partnership presents an off-the-record event with: H.E. Noura Al Kaabi, CEO of twofour54 and Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of the Aspen Institute This roundtable discussion...
Tags: Middle East, Media
In December 2010, the self-immolation of a street vendor in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia incited demonstrations and riots throughout Tunisia and catalyzed a wave of revolutions across the Arab world. In the...
Tags: aspen strategy group, Foreign Policy, Middle East, Arab Spring
Surrounded by political uncertainty, the Egyptian economy has experienced a sharp decline over the past two years. While the Egyptian government struggles to maintain macroeconomic stability and...
Tags: Egypt, economy, Middle East, private sector, economic statecraft
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
More than 100 participants from around the U.S. and other countries attended the 2012 Socrates Summer Seminars, July 5-8, in Aspen. The seminar weekend opened with a dinner program featuring Aspen...
Tags: Leadership, Middle East, Entrepreneurship, Social Enterprise, China, innovation, Impact Investing, Capitalism, unemployment, Heroes and Villains, Corporate Leadership, Political Leadership, employment
Amid the constant stream of news coming from the Arab revolutions, Harvard Kennedy School professor Nicholas Burns, Foreign Policy Editor-in-Chief David Rothkopf, and Chairman of the Institute’s...
Tags: Middle East, Diplomacy, Arab Spring, 2012 Aspen Ideas Festival
Participants from around the U.S. and six other countries convened in Aspen during President's Day Weekend for the 2012 Socrates Winter Seminars. Roundtable discussions were led by Socrates...
Tags: Environment, Middle East, Energy, Social Media, Islam, North Africa, Revolution, privacy

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