|Albright in Prague- Havel should have founded political party |
Prague - Czech-born Madeleine Albright, former U.S. secretary of state, reproaches former Czech president Vaclav Havel (1936-2011) for one thing only - that he did not establish his own political party, she said at a conference of the Prague branch of the U.S. Aspen Institute today.
|Thomas Pickering: No need for Benghazi select committee|
Thomas Pickering, PSA Advisory Board member and co-chairman of the State Department's Accountability Review Board (ARB) on the Benghazi attacks, said there's no need for a House select committee to reexamine the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
|U.S. Concerns Grow Over North Korea|
Asia Society Senior Fellow and PSA Co-chair, Jamie Metzl and Former Nebraska Governor Bob Kerrey discuss U.S. relations with Russia and growing concern over North Korea on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
|"Preventing WMD Terrorism: A Status Report". |
At the invitation by Congressmen Jeff Fortenberry and Adam Schiff, Co-Chairs of the Congressional Nuclear Security Working Group, Andy Semmel, PSA's Executive Director, spoke at a forum on Capitol Hill titled "Preventing WMD Terrorism: A Status Report".
|Stanford Graduate School of Business Climate Week - George P. Shultz on the Reality of Climate Change|
PSA Advisory Board member, George P. Shultz will speak about the challenge of climate change, and the opportunities in the business, policy, and energy sectors to address it. This event is part of the Stanford Graduate School of Business ClimateWeek, an initiative planned by GSB students aimed at launching a discussion around climate issues, including how people and businesses can act on the opportunities and challenges climate change presents today and in the future.