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Freedom’s Challenge dinner in Berlin will commemorate fall of the Wall, honor Walesa and Havel

Washington, D.C. – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will deliver a major foreign policy address on the administration's new agenda for freedom and democracy promotion at the Freedom's Challenge dinner and awards ceremony in Berlin on November 8.

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Former National Security Adviser Backs Administration Position on Europe Missile Defense Shield

Washington, D.C. — Brent Scowcroft, Chairman of the Atlantic Council International Advisory Board and National Security Advisor to Presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush, today supported the Administration's decision to pursue alternative technologies and architecture for the planned missile defense shield in Eastern Europe. Gen Scowcroft released the following statement through the Atlantic Council.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Former Secretary of State Dr. Madeleine K. Albright will commemorate the legacy of Polish Solidarity adviser Bronislaw Geremek with the Atlantic Council on June 18.  The visionary democracy activist and former Foreign Affairs Minister of Poland passed suddenly in July 2008, and the Council quickly established an annual lecture series in his name to honor and preserve his democratic ideals.

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Ukraine-North America Dialogue, New Corruption Report Launched

Washington, D.C. — The Atlantic Council of the United States recently launched the Ukraine-North America Dialogue as well as a new report on corruption in Ukraine that will be published this autumn.  In only two months, the Ukraine-North America Dialogue has become an important forum for promoting the frank exchange of views on Ukrainian politics between policymakers and opinion leaders from both sides of the Atlantic.

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