Ambassador Jayantha Dhanapala gives the keynote address for the Conference on the Contribution of Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones to the Global Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament Regime.
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Panel 1: Creating NWFZs and Pitfalls and Paths Forward
Panel 2: Energy Development in NWFZs
Sergio Duarte, United Nations High Representative for Disarmament Affairs
Panel 3: Coordination Among NWFZ Parties for Global Disarmament
Panel 4: What a Nuclear Weapon-Free Hemisphere Can Teach the World
The First Lady of Haiti, Elisabeth D. Preval, meets with GW students involved with Haiti relief efforts.
Ambassador Edward A. "Skip" Gnehm, Jr. discusses the complexities of the many issues currently facing Yemen.
Fair Trade - Introductory Remarks: Defining Fairness in Trade and in the Real World
Panelists: David Berdish (Ford Motor Company); Rene Van Hell (Deputy Director for Trade Politics and Globalization in the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Holland); Bama Athreya (International Labor Rights Forum); and Charita Castro (Divisio
Monika Weber-Fahr, Global Business Line Leader, IFC, World Bank, delivers the Luncheon Keynote Address
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Fair Trade - So, What do you think? Are Freer Markets Compatible with Fairer Outcomes for the Poor?; and Conclusions