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On May 10, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany John Emerson (2013-17) delivered the 2017 Bernard Brodie Lecture at the Burkle Center. He highlighted the enduring importance of U.S.-European partnership and the critical need to address economic equity on both sides of the Atlantic. Read More
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May 3, 2017. Bolivarian National Guards stand on a highway overlooking an anti-government march trying to make its way to the National Assembly in Caracas. (Photo: © AP Photo/ Fernando Llano, 2017.) This photo is licensed; do not download or copy.
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