120Aug 30, 2006
U.S. Foreign Policy and Superpower Status
Mr. Gvosdev moderated a roundtable discussion featuring Jan Bremmer, Charles Pena, Anatol Lieven, and Graham Fuller as panelists to address the topic, “America: A Crippled ...
28Aug 16, 2005
U.S. Foreign Policy and Threats to International Security
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 ...
102Jan 12, 2005
Book Discussion on The Korean Conundrum
Ted Galen Carpenter and Doug Bandow talked about their book The Korean Conundrum: America’s Troubled Relations with North and South Korea, published by Palgrave Macmillan. The ...
36Aug 4, 2004
Future of U.S. Foreign Policy
Mr. Hart and others talked about his book The Fourth Power and the future of national security policy with renewed interest in terrorist threats. Among the topics they addressed ...
11May 26, 2004
Future of Iraq
Panelists talked about the current situation in Iraq, as well as the future of that country. Following prepared remarks, they responded to questions from the audience.
27Apr 4, 2002
Military Presence in Saudi Arabia
Participants talked about security concerns in the Persian Gulf and threats posed by Iraq and Iran due to the U.S. military presence in Saudi Arabia. Among the issues addressed were attitudes ...
16Apr 3, 2001
Arms Sales to Taiwan
Panelists discussed whether the United States should sell more advanced weapons to Taiwan. They also discussed the relationship between the countries and if the U.S. should strengthen the ...
13Nov 2, 2000
Clinton Administration's Foreign Policy
Mr. Clarke and Mr. O’Hanlon spoke about the Clinton administration’s performance in foreign policy. Among the number of policies they discussed were the war in Kosovo, ...
40Nov 22, 1999
Buchanan Campaign Speech
Mr. Buchanan spoke about foreign policy issues. He called for dialogue with Iran and Iraq, challenged reports of Serb atrocities in Kosovo, and called for the removal of U.S. troops from ...
16Feb 23, 1998
Abandoning the Two-War Strategy Panel 2
These panelists examined the impact of abandoning the two-war strategy on the mix of regular and reserve forces in the U.S. military. This was part of a symposium examining the implications of ...
16Jan 26, 1998
Opposition to NATO Expansion
Representatives of organizations from across the political spectrum expressed their opposition to NATO expansion. They stated their concerns that the U.S. is entering into large new obligations ...
15Sep 24, 1996
Washington Journal: Tuesday
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
12Oct 11, 1994
Iraqi Threat to Kuwait
The guests discussed U.S. policy toward Iraq in light of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s movement of Iraqi troops to its border with Kuwait.
28Nov 17, 1993
Future of Somalia
The panelists discussed the future of Somalia and whether it will divide into separate countries. Prof. Carpenter disagrees with U.S. foreign policy in Somalia.
6Oct 15, 1993
U.S. Foreign Policy
The guests reviewed the Clinton administration’s foreign policy, focusing on such issues as the United Nations intervention in Somalia and Haiti, the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, and the ...
71Jul 23, 1992
Nationalism in Eastern Europe
Ms. Pilon discussed the role of nationalism in Eastern Europe’s post communist economic and political transformation. She also talked about the potential for further conflict, the ...
7Apr 3, 1992
3Jan 8, 1991
U.S. Persian Gulf Policy
Mr. Adams spoke on the necessity for Congress to debate U.S. policy in the Persian Gulf. Mr. Adams, a critic of the Bush administration’s policy in the Gulf, also spoke on the ...
7Nov 20, 1990
Resolving the Persian Gulf Crisis
Three critics of the President Bush’s Persian Gulf policy briefed reporters on their ideas for resolving the conflict.
23Aug 20, 1990
Events in the Middle East
Mr. Carpenter critiqued Bush’s commitment of troops to Saudi Arabia. He argued that President Bush was still in a Cold War mindframe.
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