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I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad
Washington, D.C.

New America hosts Souad Mekhennet to discuss her journey behind jihadi lines.

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The Other Great Power: China in the Era of Trump
Washington, D.C.

The state of US/China relations in the era of Trump.

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I Was Told To Come Alone
New York, NY

With unprecedented access to some of the world's most wanted men, Souad Mekhennet is told to never come alone to an interview.

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Black Politics in Trump's America
Washington, D.C.

Join us as we explore the present state of black American politics and its outlook post-Obama.

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Even Better than the Real Thing
Washington, D.C.

A discussion to celebrate the publication of Citizen Coke: The Making of Coca-Cola Capitalism.

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2018 Fellows Information Session - DC
Washington, D.C.

The Fellows program supports talented journalists, scholars, analysts, filmmakers, and practitioners whose work confronts pressing problems.

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2018 Fellows Information Session - NYC
New York, N.Y.

The Fellows program supports talented journalists, scholars, analysts, filmmakers, and practitioners whose work confronts pressing problems.

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Global Palestine Connected Gaza
Washington, D.C.

Palestinian private sector leaders and international experts present a long-term vision for Gaza.

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Zika, the Olympics, and Global Health Security
Washington, D.C.

Join CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden for a discussion on the origin of the Zika outbreak and whether the Olympics will impact its trajectory

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Law Under Occupation
Washington, DC

Join New America for a conversation about what possibilities exist and what challenges Palestinians may face in international fora.

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Splitopia
Washington, DC

Join New America and Wendy Paris, author of "Splitopia: Dispatches from Today’s Good Divorce and How to Part Well."

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Broad Influence
New York, NY

With more than 100 women serving in Congress today, have women finally achieved a "critical mass" in American politics?

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