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Open Society Dialogue: Losing America's Friends, Gaining Enemies?
Location: Washington, DC
Event Date(s): November 20, 2003
Event Time: 12:30-2 p.m.
Contact: Chis Madison
dialogues@osi-dc.org
Clyde Prestowitz, the author of Rogue Nation and founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute, will be the featured speaker at the Open Society Dialogues in Washington, D.C.
Prestowitz, a former trade official in the Reagaan Administration, has written a provocative book about the implications of the Bush Administration foreign policy.
He addresses the disconnect between how the United States perceives itself and the international order and how the rest of the world perceives America and the international order.
The Open Society Dialogues is a new OSI monthly speaker series in Washington, D.C.
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