WFPG Honors Outstanding US Assistant Secretaries

Combating Terrorism, Regional Conflicts, and Migration Challenges in the
Middle East and Africa

June 20th--At this summer's Celebrating Women Leaders Luncheon, WFPG honored three women US Assistant Secretaries of State: Ambassador Anne Patterson, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; Anne Richard, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration; and Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Bureau of African Affairs. The discussion was moderated by Karen DeYoung of The Washington Post. WATCH ON C-SPAN | VIEW PHOTOS

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The Paris Agreement: A Historic Turning Point or a Toothless Political Symbol?

On January 5th, WFPG hosted a lively discussion with Coral Davenport, energy and environment correspondent for The New York Times, on the political significance of the international climate change accord reached in Paris, and the crucial role that President Obama played in obtaining this achievement.  View photos and videos.

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