|Gary Hart to be Ethics Keynote Speaker|
PSA Advisory Board member Gary Hart to be ethics keynote speaker for breakfast scheduled March 13 at the Avalon Manor banquet hall. The event is sponsored by the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission, an all-volunteer group providing training on ethical decision making to local government employees.
|Event: Picking Pickeringís brain|
On Feb. 27, InterConnections21 will host PSA Advisory Board Member, Thomas Pickering. He will share insight he gained from 40 years in the Foreign Service to explain what the United States is facing now in terms of foreign policy.
|Iran Review's Exclusive Interview with Ambassador Frank G. Wisner|
PSA Advisory Board Member, Ambassador Frank G. Wisner took part in a one-on-one interview with Iran Review to discuss his viewpoints regarding the recent agreement between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany and the future of relations between Iran and the United States.
|After Khobragade: Can U.S.-India Relations Recover?|
For the next edition of the Asia Society Policy Instituteís (ASPI) AsiaConnect teleconference series, PSA Advisory Board member, former U.S. Ambassador to India and ASPI advisor, Frank G. Wisner will join ASPI on January 27th to discuss the recent setback in U.S.-India relations and offer his ideas for unwinding diplomatic tensions.
|Madeleine Albright to Co-host Public Talk on Climate Change|
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will co-host a talk on climate change at her alma mater, Wellesley College, on Wednesday Jan. 22. The talk will take place at 4 p.m. in the Diana Chapman Walsh Alumnae Hall Auditorium at 106 Central St. in Wellesley.
|Amb. Tom Pickering on Iran Nuclear Agreement|
PSA Advisory Board member,Amb.Tom Pickering interviews about the Iran-P5+1 nuclear agreement and the difficulties it faces. "First I think it's too early to say that agreement is victory for diplomacy. We have to see whether the agreement is going to be carried out on both sides or not. But it certainly looks that way and both sides have acted certainly sincerely about wanting to carry it out"
|Lee Hamilton on Congress and Sequestrations|
PSA Advisory Board member,Lee Hamilton writes on how Congress should increase its efforts towards the economic issues plaguing the country. "As members of Congress continue to make politically attractive suggestions that donít come close to achieving a lasting solution, letís urge them to get real. Itís time for Congress to go big."
|Albright Says U.S. Must Overcome Loss of Arab World Trust|
PSA Advisory Board member ,Madeleine Albright, believes that the US must overcome a loss of trust from Arab nations.Albright deems it necessary to alleviate tensions from Iraq War to secure a deal with Iran on its nuclear program."In many different ways, there was an erosion of trust in terms of what we were doing there."
|US statesmen Shultz, Perry and Nunn call on PM Lee|
PSA Advisory Board members George Shultz, William Perry, and Sam Nunn spoke with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. They discussed the Nuclear Threat Initiative, a non-profit, non-partisan organisation working to reduce threats from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.
|Lee Hamilton on Iranian Nuclear Talks|
PSA Advisory Board member, Lee Hamilton, discusses the failure of the Geneva talks to establish a deal concerning Iranian nuclear programme."I'm not here to dismiss the negotiations, which I hope will continue on an upward path, or their potential impact."
|Lee Hamilton to give Lecture |
PSA Advisory Board member, Lee Hamilton, to give the second annual Birch Bayh Lecture at McKinney School of Law.
|Madeleine Albright on China-North Korea Relations|
PSA Advisory Board member Madeleine Albright believes that China has an important role in North Korea's nuclear issues."We Americans have said this all along that ultimately China can play a very important role, because the Chinese in many ways have more leverage against North Koreans,"
|Lee Hamilton on Tax Reform|
PSA Advisory Board member, Lee Hamilton, writes on the need for detailed and comprehensive tax reform."Until Congress shows us that its members possess the courage to detail publicly what's needed, talk of tax reform will be just that: talk."