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Session Three: What Low Oil Prices Mean for Geopolitics

by David L. Goldwyn with Michael Gfoeller, Angela E. Stent, Michael A. Levi
Experts analyze the geopolitical implications of low oil prices.This meeting is part of the Geoeconomic Consequences of the Oil Price Plunge symposium, which is presented by the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies.

Illicit Fishing and Human Trafficking

by Mark P. Lagon
In his testimony before a subcommittee of the House Committee on Natural Resources, Mark P. Lagon argues that illicit fishing worldwide is rife with criminal activities, such as human and drug trafficking. He calls for a strong response from the United States in order to lessen its impact on disadvantaged and vulnerable people, global commerce, and the environment.

Do No Harm: The Global Health Challenge

with Laurie Garrett, Gideon Rose
A discussion of Garrett’s newest Foreign Affairs article:A flood of public and private money has started to flow to the developing world, funding a vast array of efforts to combat AIDS, TB, malaria, and other killer diseases. Unfortunately, writes Garrett, much of that “is leaking away without result,” doing little to improve basic public health on the ground.

America at 300 Million [Rush Transcript; Federal News Service]

with Joseph Chamie, Robert A. Suro, Michael S. Teitelbaum, Garrick Utley
On October 17, 2006, the U.S. population officially reached 300 million. Three experts discuss the implications of this milestone, which—coupled with significant demographic changes—raises a host of social, political, and economic questions for the United States.