Author: Benn Steil, André Meyer Senior Fellow in International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
Speakers: Elizabeth C. Economy, Director of Asia Studies and C.V. Starr Fellow for China, Council on Foreign Relations
Stephen E. Flynn, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow in National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Moderator: Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations
Speaker: Max Boot, Olin Senior Fellow, National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Author: Maurice R. Greenberg, Chairman and chief executive officer, American International Group, Inc.; Honorary vice chairman, Council on Foreign Relations
Introductory Speaker: Clyde Tuggle, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Public Affairs and Communications, The Coca-Cola Company
August 31, 2004
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