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Co-Chair of CSPC's STEM Issue Team Bill Brock's Letter to the Editor on America's Failing Education System Featured in Washingtin Post

Co-Chair of CSPC's STEM Issue Team Bill Brock's Letter to the Editor on SAT scores and America's failing education system is featured on WashingtonPost.com.

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CSPC President David Abshire Quoted in Pittsburgh-Tribune Review on Threats Post 9/11

twintowersplanes-aCSPC President Dr. David Abshire is quoted in the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review about the evolving nature of national security threats in a post 9/ll era.

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CSPC President David Abshire's Article on Libya Published in Ambassadors Perspectives

CSPC President and Former Ambassador to NATO, Dr. David Abshire, is featured in Ambassadors Perspectives talking about the future of Libya.

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CSPC Trustee Chuck Hagel is Featured in Financial Times Talking About the GOP and the Debt Ceiling

CSPC Trustee and former senator from Nebraska, Chuck Hagel, says his fellow Republicans acted irresponsibly in the debt ceiling debate and says that President Barack Obama should let Europe lead the reconstruction of post-Gaddafi Libya. Mr Hagel also tells the FT's Stephanie Kirchgaessner that the Republican party will have to rebuild if they do not win in 2012.

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CSPC President David Abshire's Article on NATO and Libya Featured in Politico

CSPC President and former Ambassador to NATO, Dr. David Abshire, is featured in Politico discussing the evolution of the alliance and the role of NATO in Libya.

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Kurt Volker Speaks on Bloomberg's "First Up" About Libya

CSPC Senior Advisor Kurt Volker, a former U.S. Ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, speaks about Libya's social and political unrest from Washington with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

 

CSPC Senior Adviser Kurt Volker's Article on Libya Featured in Foreign Policy

CSPC Senior Adviser Kurt Volker is featured in Foreign Policy as he talks about why a success in Libya does not necessarily equal success for NATO.

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CSPC Trustee Francis Rooney Reflects on the Passing of Archbishop Sambi in First Things

CSPC Trustee Francis Rooney reflects on the passing of Archbishop Sambi and its impact on Global Diplomacy in First Things.

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Center Trustee Nicholas Burns is Quoted on Qaddafi and the Future of the Rebel Government

CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns, who served as undersecretary of state during the George W. Bush administration and is now a professor at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, is quoted by CBS News about the difficulties Libya still faces.

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CSPC Trustee Edwin Meese, III reflects on the Checks-and-Balances of National Security

Center Trustee, Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy, and Chairman of the Center for Legal & Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation Edwin Meese, III discusses where within our government the responsibility for America's national security lies, and why the burden ultimately rests with our Commander in Chief.

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CSPC Trustee Tom Ridge Remarks About Homeland Security Ten Years After 9/11

Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge spoke about the current state of homeland security ten years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. He said the public and private sector needed to work together to help secure the nation, and that the U.S. was more secure but still had work to do. He also addressed the lack of an interoperable communication system for first responders.

 

 
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