The G8 Roundtable

Staff: James M. Goldgeier, Dean, School of International Service, American University
July 1, 2004 - June 30, 2005

This series provides a forum for policy experts, U.S. and foreign government officials, and journalists to discuss specific items on the G8 agenda and to assess the progress being made in achieving the goals set forth at the June 2004 summit meeting.

Meetings

The Future of the G8: And China Makes Nine?

Speakers: Evan A. Feigenbaum, Member, Policy Planning Staff (East Asia and Pacific), U.S. Department of State, Matthew Goodman, Vice President, Stonebridge International
Presider: James M. Goldgeier
May 4, 2005

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Mission Creep in the G8

Speaker: Daniel K. Tarullo, Former Assistant to the President for International Economic Policy, The White House, and Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
Presider: James M. Goldgeier
March 23, 2005

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The Aims of the UK's G8 Presidency

Speaker: Alan Charlton, Deputy Chief of Mission, British Embassy
Presider: James M. Goldgeier
February 9, 2005

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The G-8 and Nonproliferation

Speaker: Daniel Poneman, Principal, The Scowcroft Group
Presider: James M. Goldgeier
November 4, 2004

This meeting is not for attribution.

The G-8 and the Broader Middle East Initiative

Speaker: Glyn Davies, Former Political Director, U.S. Presidency of the G-8 Summit at Sea Island, Georgia
Presider: James M. Goldgeier
October 5, 2004

This meeting is not for attribution.