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The Darkest Days of the U.S.-Pakistan Relationship

Jun 22, 2012
Washington's hostility toward Pakistan has never been stronger, argues program associate Michael Kugelman in a recent commentary.

Mexico Institute in the News: No clear choice in Mexico’s election for new president amid drug wars

Jun 22, 2012
Three towns, three horrors — and business as usual in the Mexican drug wars.As the country’s 114 million long-suffering citizens stumble toward presidential elections set for July 1, drug crime remains the issue uppermost in their minds — and no wonder. Eric Olson, Associate Director of the Mexico Institute, comments.

Keynote Remarks by Jane Harman at the Women in Public Service Project Inaugural Institute

Jun 22, 2012
The Wilson Center's President and CEO Jane Harman gave keynote remarks at the Women in Public Service Project's (WPSP) inaugural Institute which brought 49 female delegates from around the world to Wellesley College for a two-week long intensive training, networking, and mentoring program. During the speech Harman announced that WPSP, co-founded by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, will be joining forces with the Wilson Center.

The Women in Public Service Project Joins Forces with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Jun 21, 2012
The Wilson Center becomes the permanent home of the Women in Public Service Project, with Rangita de Silva de Alwis announced as Director of Women's Leadership Initiatives.

Mexico Institute in the News: A Look at the Mexican Election from a U.S. Perspective [in Spanish]

Jun 21, 2012
Four 'Mexicanists' that reside in the U.S. give their opinion on the presidential race, predict the winner, possible risks to the country, the initial actions that are needed from the candidate and the adjustments that must be done to combat organized crime. Christopher Wilson, Associate at the Mexico Institute, comments.

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