Where is US Foreign Policy?

Fake News, Nuclear Proliferation, and Proxy Wars

On April 17, 2018, Elisabeth Bumiller of The New York Times moderated a discussion on Fake News, Nuclear Proliferation, and Proxy Wars with Natasha Bertrand of The Atlantic, David Sanger of The New York Times and Nancy Youssef of The Wall Street Journal. The expert reporters on the panel touched on many of the major flash-points dominating the news cycle including the military strikes on Syria, the proposed summit talks with North Korea, upheaval in Trump's national security team, and the Mueller investigation. The program was held at and co-sponsored by NYU Washington, DC. Read more

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Beyond the Headlines: Nigeria's Displaced

On March 13th, WFPG hosted a conversation on Nigeria's Displaced: The Risks of Returning Home with Alexandra Lamarche, Refugees International Sub-Saharan Africa and Peacekeeping Advocate, who recently returned from a fact-finding mission in Nigeria. The conversation was moderated by WFPG Member and Senior Advisor for External Relations at the Washington, DC Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees Jana Mason and held at WeWork Dupont Circle.

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