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Jan 19, 2017 11:49am EST
public diplomacy from 2008 and 29 under president george bush. and -- speech writing, overseeing president obama's national security communication speech writing, and mike crowley, senior foreign affairs correspondent covering national security issues. i would go on about their bios but i believe you all know who they are, and should have them in front of you. ben and mike, welcome to the stage. thank you. [ applause ] >>> thank you, catherine. that kind introduction. thanks everybody for coming an we're going to start with remarks from our esteemed guests to whom i'll pose a couple of questions and we'll have time at the end for your questions and ben, we're going to kick off with you and tell us what's on your mind and jim, i'll ask you a couple questions. >> i've got a lot on my mind. >> yes, please. >> no, look, i'll be brief so we can have a conversation. for eight years, we've wrestled with this question how to enhance public diplomacy and i think would agree with a lot of the recommendations, a few points about what we've tried to do and where things are now. first, we tri
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2017 9:00pm EST
diplomacy. ben roads and secretary of state james clan man who serve jared kushners r george w. bush administration. >> good afternoon we are going to get started. i'm shannon green. i'm director of the human rights -- fascinating program. i thought i would walk through the agenda before we invite speakers. first up we have catherine brown and jay wong. building alliance, dispelling disinformation. catherine is counsel on foreign relations. we have been fortunate to have her for a couple of months leading this work. she most recently served director on public diplomacy. jay wong is director of the ucs center on diplomacy. the paper emerge from workshop from back in november. this kulkt conducts an assessment where we have been with public diplomacy and the man succession of the under obama administration. following that brief presentation, michael crowley will lead discussion with ben roads and jim glassman. we have fortunate to have them to share their experience and senior roles in the obama and bush administration. during this time you'll have an time to ask questions. we'll open
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2017 8:48am EST
diplomacy from 2008 to 2009 under george w. bush and currently a visiting fellow at the american enterprise institute. then rose as assistant city -- strategic communications and speechwriting, overseeing president of him as national security communication in a speech writing the global engagement. mike crowley is the senior foreign affairs correspondent foreign policy and national security issues. i go on about their biased but i believe you all know who they are new should have an reviewed version and a bias in front of you. then, jim and mike, welcome to this stage. [applause] >> thank you, catherine for the fine introduction. we are going to start with remarks from our esteemed gas to home i'll post a couple of questions and then we will time out again for your questions. then, we are going to kick off with you. tell us what's on your mind and jamil have a chance and i'll ask you guys a couple questions. i've got a lot on my mind. look, i'll be brief so economic conversation. for eight years, we've wrestled with this question on how to enhance public diplomacy and agree with a lot of re
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Jan 17, 2017 4:12pm EST
secretary of state for public diplomacy from 2008-2000 the under george w. bush. he is currently visiting fellow at the american enterprise institute. ben rhodes oversees president obama's national security communications, speech writing and global engagement. mike crowley is politico's senior foreign affairs correspondent covering foreign policy and national security issues. i could go on about their bios but i believe you all know who they are and you should have an abbreviated versions of their o bios in front of you. welcome to the stage. thank you. [ applause ]. >> thank you, catherine, for that kind introduction. thanks, everybody, for coming. we'll start with remarks from our esteemed guests to whom i will pose a couple of questions. then we will have time at the end for your questions. ben, we're going to kick off with you. so, tell uls what's on your mind, then jim, you'll have your chance and i'll ask you guys a couple questions. >> i've got a lot on my mind. >> yeah. let it rip. please. >> look, i'll be brief so that we can have a conversation. for eight years, we've w
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