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FAU Middle East Expert Available to Discuss Recent Attacks in Paris

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After Paris Attacks, Two Opposing Strategies Seen as the Way Forward

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WVU Experts Available to Discuss Issues Related to Terrorist Attacks in Paris and Beirut

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Senator Tim Scott (R-Sc) Talks ISIS, Leadership at McConnell Center

Senator Tim Scott spoke at the University of Louisville through the McConnell Center’s Distinguished Lecture Series. He address the challenges the U.S. faces in combating ISIS, as well as leadership principles.

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Tulane Expert on International Relations and US Foreign Policy Available to Speak on Paris Attacks

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Attacks in Paris and Beirut Put New Focus on the War on Terror

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Tulane Director of Homeland Security Studies Program Talks Counter-Terrorism Following Paris Attacks

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30 Years After the 1985 Geneva Summit, How Have US-Russia Relations Changed? What Went Wrong, and How Can Trust Be Restored?

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U.S. Patrols in the South China Sea Are Likely to Boost Chinese Military in the Region

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U.S. Patrols in the South China Sea Are Likely to Boost Chinese Military in the Region

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Bill Bradley, Jack Matlock, Stephen Cohen, and John Pepper on “U.S.-Russian Conflict From Ukraine to Syria”—Nov. 23 Discussion at NYU

Former U.S. senator Bill Bradley and former U.S. ambassador to Russia Jack Matlock, Jr. will be among the panelists for “U.S.-Russian Conflict From Ukraine to Syria: Did U.S. Policy Contribute to It?”—a discussion at NYU’s School of Law on Mon., Nov. 23, 6-8 p.m.

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Balance of Power Shifting Among Argentina’s Political Parties

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Trudeau Election Not Just a Win for Canada, but Huge for U.S. Too, Says UB Canadian Studies Experts

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US Takes Leadership Role in Asia-Pacific Through New Trade Partnership

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Media Advisory for Reporters Covering U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's Visit to IU on Thursday

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Indiana University is releasing information for media covering Thursday’s address by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at the IU Auditorium. Kerry, the first sitting secretary of state to visit IU in 20 years, is speaking as part of a two-day celebration of the new home for the School of Global and International Studies.

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Amos Guiora of @uutah & @sjquinney currently in #Israel and can speak to new security concerns after latest bloodshed in region

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US Should Stay Out of Syria Says Cornell Historian

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Obama to Face Contentious Issues While Searching for Common Ground with China’s President

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FAU Poll Shows Hispanics Believe U.S. Government Better at Reducing Terror Threat, but Still Worry about Attack

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Hispanics think the U.S. government is doing a better job at reducing the threat of terrorism but most are still worried about the possibility of a major terrorist attack on American soil, according to the latest survey conducted by FAU's Business and Economics Polling Initiative in the College of Business.

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Sending Syrian Refugees to Gulf States a Misguided Solution







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