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January 20, 2011

Tunisia
Media Conference Call: Tunisia - Repercussions for the Region

Listen to CFR experts Steven Cook and Jared Cohen discuss the recent events in Tunisia, the implications for the region, and the role of social media in the protests.

January 18, 2011

China
Media Conference Call: Chinese President Hu Jintao's Meeting with President Obama (Audio)

Listen to CFR experts Elizabeth C. Economy, Steven Dunaway, and John Pomfret discuss President Barack Obama and Chinese president Hu Jintao's meeting in Washington on January 18.

January 28, 2011

Political Movements
Media Conference Call: Egypt's Political Instability

As anti-government protests continue in Egypt, listen to CFR fellows Steven Cook (who returned yesterday from Cairo) and Robert Danin (former head, Office of the Quartet Representative, Tony Blair, i…

January 4, 2010

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Media Conference Call: U.S. Response to Terror Threat

Listen to CFR fellows Edward Alden and Steven Simon discuss the U.S. response to the Christmas Day bombing plot, including tighter travel restrictions enacted for citizens of 14 countries.

June 2, 2009

Lebanon
Media Conference Call: Parliamentary Elections and the Future of Lebanon

Listen to CFR experts Mohamad Bazzi and Steven Cook discuss the June 7, 2009 parliamentary elections and the future of Lebanon.

May 6, 2009

Economic Crises
State and Local Officials Conference Call: Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis (Audio)

Listen to Steven Dunaway, adjunct senior fellow for international economics at CFR, discuss his Council Special Report Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis.

December 29, 2008

Conflict Prevention
Media Conference Call: Violence in Gaza (Audio)

Listen to CFR Middle East experts Steven A. Cook and Daniel Senor discuss the implications of the recent surge in violence in the Gaza strip.

November 18, 2009

Transnational Crime
Media Conference Call: Trial of Accused 9/11 Terrorists (Audio)

Listen to John B. Bellinger III, Steven Simon, and Lydia Khalil consider the ramifications of the Justice department's controversial decision to prosecute suspected September 11th mastermind, Khalid …