The first days of the Trump administration have brought significant changes to the focus and direction of immigration and refugee policy. The administration has broadened the priorities for enforcement, asked for a plan to build a wall on the southern border, temporarily suspended refugee settlement, and suspended visas to nationals of several countries. How are these actions reshaping the U.S. immigration and refugee system and what effect will this have on American foreign policy and national security? Join us BY PHONE for a discussion with three top experts.
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Transatlantic intelligence cooperation played a key role in collecting and analyzing information during the Cold War, and the resulting intelligence product informed the decision-making process at the highest levels of government in Europe as well as in the United States. The need for intelligence cooperation has become even more urgent after 9/11, as nations on both sides of the Atlantic are facing terrorist threats, and are confronting a host of other challenges posed by non-state actors, such as arms and drug trafficking as well as organized crime. // Read more
Please join the Women in Public Service Project and publication author Lucina Di Meco for the launch of this unique resource for emerging women leaders and global stakeholders. The first in a multi-city series of launches, the event will include a conversation with women leaders leveraging networks and technology to make a difference at all levels of decision-making around the world. The discussion will highlight the ways in which political networks can help women leaders break barriers and drive change toward global gender parity. // Read more