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  • A Conversation with the President of Afghanistan
  • U.S. Midterm Elections
  • The International Dinner
  • Identity Politics and Foreign Policy in Turkey

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In The News

Complex U.S.-Saudi Relations Hinders Response To Khashoggi's Death. Adjunct Lecturer Jean-Francois Seznec on NPR, 11/14
China’s Giant Transmission Grid Could Be the Key to Cutting Climate Emissions. Professor Jonas Nahm in MIT Technology Review, 11/8
The Wall: Legacy of Divided Berlin. Professor Mary Sarotte on AICGS' "The Zeitgeist" podcast, 11/8
US Voters Send a Message to Trump — and to the World. Professor John McLaughlin in OZY, 11/7

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