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Philanthropy and U.S. Foreign Policy

Speakers: Carol C. Adelman, Director, Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute
Jane M. Wales, President and Chief Executive Officer, World Affairs Council of Northern California; Cofounder and President, Global Philanthropy Forum; Vice President, Philanthropy and Society, Aspen Institute
Presider: Trevor Neilson, President, Global Philanthropy Group
April 27, 2009


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