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J. Peter Pham: President Trump’s Perfect Pick For Top Africa Post?

If Pham becomes Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, it would likely mark a shift in the tone and priorities of US-Africa relations.  996 more words
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Operação Lava Jato has created a new era for Brazil's judicial system

By Madeline Asta

During the week of July 17, Brazil’s Attorney General Rodrigo Janot visited Washington D.C. to discuss Brazil’s current fight against corruption. While in Washington D.C., Janot gave two presentations, one at the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute titled “ 2,056 more words

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NATO Secretary General honoured by Atlantic Council for International Leadership

NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANISATION, 12 June 2017

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was honoured by the Atlantic Council on Monday (5 June 2017) with a Distinguished International Leadership Award for his service both as Secretary General and as Prime Minister of Norway. 274 more words

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Balkan Troubles: The fragile moment in the fragile region

WASHINGTON Atlantic Council, partnering with the European Fund for the Balkans, has organised a discussion on the topic Balkan Troubles: The European Perspective and the Case for US Engagement… 581 more words

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Gulf Arab Officials in Washington for 2-Week Outreach Effort

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MAY 2, 2017, 3:06 A.M. E.D.T.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Officials and experts from Gulf Arab countries are in Washington for the next two weeks to take part in a series of public lectures aimed at addressing issues of concern for the region under the Trump administration. 93 more words

DNC "Russian" hack was "proven" by associate of Rice/Farkas; FBI and NSA never examined servers

Susan Rice and Dr. Evelyn Farkas have so much in common.

Both served in the Barack Obama administration, Rice at State and Farkas at Defense. Both are in the news – Farkas’ remarks about the “alleged” Russian hacking of Democratic National Committee (DNC) servers, and Rice’s unmasking of private American’s names in government surveillance. 1,047 more words

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