UPCOMING EVENTS

    • 28 Jan 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Gainey Ranch Golf Club at 7600 E Gainey Club Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
    • 0



    Dinner Event

    From Cold War to Hot Peace:

    An American Ambassador in Putin’s Russia


    Sponsored by:

    Schedule

    Tuesday, January 28, 2020 | 6:00-8:30 pm

    Cocktail Reception: 6:00-6:45 pm
    Dinner: 6:45-7:30 pm
    Program: 7:30-8:30 pm

    McFaul's book will be sold at the event for $16.99.

    Venue

    Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    7600 E Gainey Club Dr

    Scottsdale, AZ 85258

    Registration

    Early-Bird Rate through January 25
    Standard Registration: $55
    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $70

    After January 25

    Standard Registration: $65
    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $80
    Table (up to 8 attendees): $600

    About Ambassador Michael McFaul

    Michael McFaul is the Ken Olivier and Angela Nomellini Professor of International Studies in Political Science, Director and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and the Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, all at Stanford University. He was also the Distinguished Mingde Faculty Fellow at the Stanford Center at Peking University from June to August of 2015. He joined the Stanford faculty in 1995. He is also an analyst for NBC News and a contributing columnist to The Washington Post. McFaul served for five years in the Obama administration, first as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russian and Eurasian Affairs at the National Security Council at the White House (2009-2012), and then as U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation (2012-2014). He has authored several books, most recently the New York Times bestseller, “From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin’s Russia.” Earlier books include Advancing Democracy Abroad: Why We Should, How We Can; Transitions To Democracy: A Comparative Perspective (eds. with Kathryn Stoner); Power and Purpose: American Policy toward Russia after the Cold War (with James Goldgeier); and Russia’s Unfinished Revolution: Political Change from Gorbachev to Putin. His current research interests include American foreign policy, great power relations between China, Russia, and the United States, and the relationship between democracy and development.

    Prof. McFaul was born and raised in Montana. He received his B.A. in International Relations and Slavic Languages and his M.A. in Soviet and East European Studies from Stanford University in 1986. As a Rhodes Scholar, he completed his D. Phil. in International Relations at Oxford University in 1991.

    • 11 Feb 2020
    • 11:15 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 122 N. 2nd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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    Schedule

    Tuesday, February 11, 2020

    11:15 am - Registration, networking

    12 pm to 1:30 pm - Plated lunch, keynote presentations


    Venue

    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

    122 N. 2nd Street

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    (map)

    Registration

    RSVP by Tuesday, February 4 for the Early Bird Rate.

    Individual tickets and table sponsorships are available.


    $50 Early Bird General Public

    $60 Standard General Public (as of 2/5/20)

    $700 table of 10


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    About the Event

    This year marks 25 years since the formal normalization of diplomatic relations between the United States and Vietnam. The McCain Institute, Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations (PCFR), and Snell & Wilmer are sponsoring a special lunch to mark this historic anniversary.

    This special event will feature remarks from honored guests Cindy McCain and Vietnamese Ambassador Ha Kim Ngoc, along with other community and governmental leaders who will acknowledge the leadership of Senator McCain in solidifying the relationship, highlight international trade between the two countries, and discuss future opportunities and strategic partnership.


    Speakers

    CINDY MCCAIN

    Cindy Hensley McCain has dedicated her life to improving the lives of those less fortunate both in the United States and around the world. As the Chairman of the Board of the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University, she oversees the organization’s focus on advancing character-driven global leadership based on security, economic opportunity, freedom and human dignity. Cindy also chairs the Institute’s Human Trafficking Advisory Council. This is an issue she cares deeply about and is committed to ending in Arizona, throughout the United States and around the world, as well as working to improve the lives of victims of human trafficking. Through her work with the McCain Institute, several partnerships have been formed with anti-trafficking organizations working on solving various aspects of the problem. She also serves as co-chair of the Arizona Governor's Council on human trafficking. In addition to her work at the McCain Institute, she serves on the Board of Directors of Project C.U.R.E and the Advisory Boards of Too Small To Fail and Warriors and Quiet Waters. Cindy holds an undergraduate degree in Education and a Master's in Special Education from USC and is a member of the USC Rossier School of Education Board of Councilors. Cindy is the Chairman of her family’s business, Hensley Beverage Company, which is one of the largest Anheuser-Busch distributors in the nation. Cindy is the wife of the late U.S. Senator John McCain. Together, they have four children.


    AMBASSADOR HA KIM NGOC

    Ambassador Ha Kim Ngoc has served in the diplomatic service since 1988 in different positions and has much experience in bilateral and multilateral diplomacy. He was appointed as the sixth Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to the United States of America in March 2018. He arrived in Washington, D.C. on July 15, 2018 and presented his Credentials to President Donald J. Trump on September 17, 2018. From May 2013 to July 2018, Ambassador Ha Kim Ngoc served as Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in charge of relations with countries in the Americas, especially the United States as well as with the United Nations and other international organizations. Ambassador Ha Kim Ngoc graduated from the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam in 1985. He studied Russian in Kiev University, Ukraine from 1986 to 1987 and earned a master degree of International Relations at Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam in 2010.

    • 20 Feb 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Gainey Ranch Golf Club at 7600 E Gainey Club Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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    Dinner Event

    How America Can Make the World More Peaceful


    Schedule

    Thursday, February 20, 2020 | 6:00-8:30 pm

    Cocktail Reception: 6:00-6:45 pm
    Dinner: 6:45-7:30 pm
    Program: 7:30-8:30 pm

    Venue

    Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    7600 E Gainey Club Dr

    Scottsdale, AZ 85258

    Registration

    Early-Bird Rate through February 9
    Standard Registration: $55
    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $70


    After February 9

    Standard Registration: $65

    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $80
    Table (up to 8 attendees): $600


    Book Signing


    Ambassador Barton will be signing copies of his book, Peace Works: America's Unifying Role in a Turbulent World. 


    The book will be available for purchase at the event.




    Review of Peace Works:

    America's Unifying Role in a Turbulent World

    By G. John Ikenberry, Read it in Foreign Affairs

    Part memoir and part scholarly study, this book provides one of the most thoughtful reflections yet on U.S. interventionism and peacemaking since the end of the Cold War. Drawing on his years as a diplomat, Barton argues that although the United States has stumbled badly in humanitarian interventions, it should not abandon the task but rather go about it in new ways, working with local groups and staying in the background. Barton draws specific lessons from several recent U.S. interventions. In Bosnia, the United States created incentives for people to collaborate by supporting local institutions that cut across ethnic divides. In Rwanda, after the genocide, aid to women in the countryside encouraged small steps toward peace. After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the lesson was to direct economic assistance to local civic leaders who had the trust of the wider public. In the future, states will continue to fail or collapse into civil war, and ethnic violence will continue to sprawl across poor regions of the world. Barton’s message to American decision-makers is to be humble and patient and to stay as close as possible to the people at the bottom of society. 

    About Ambassador Rick Barton

    Ambassador Rick Barton teaches at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, where he serves as a co-director of Princeton’s Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative and Ullman Fellowships. His 2018 book, Peace Works: America's Unifying Role in a Turbulent World, uses a mix of stories, history, and analysis to offer an affirmative approach to foreign affairs through concrete and attainable solutions. Barton started USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives, and was America’s ambassador to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in New York, the UN’s Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva and the first Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stabilization Operations. He led conflict management initiatives in over 40 crisis zones across the globe, from Haiti, Iraq, Nigeria, Burma, Pakistan to Turkey. Published in The New York Times, the Washington Post, Politico, The Boston Globe, and numerous other international outlets, Barton is a guest on news shows ranging from NPR to all of the major networks. He resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife of 43 years, Kit Lunney.

    • 29 Feb 2020
    • 10:00 AM
    • Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum, 2017 N Greenfield Rd, Mesa, AZ 85215
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    PCFR Members are invited to join us for a family-friendly field trip to the Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum in Mesa on Saturday, February 29. The guided tour will take us on an edu-venture through history and learn how aircraft evolved as a vital partner to ground and sea operations from WWI to present. The tour will begin at 10 am and will be followed by an outdoor brunch at Board & Batten restaurant at noon. Appetizers are complimentary of PCFR. We look forward to having you join us for this unique event. Fee for the museum is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 5-12. Deadline to register for this event is February 23.

    Details:

    February 29, 2020

    Tour begins at 10 am

    Brunch is at 12 pm at

    Board & Batten

    4012 E Palm St, Mesa, AZ 85215

    Appetizers are complimentary of PCFR.


    Entrance fee for museum is $10 for adults and $5 for kids ages 5-12.


    • 04 Mar 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Gainey Ranch Golf Club at 7600 E Gainey Club Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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    Dinner Event

    The Challenges for U.S. Policy in a Turbulent Middle East


    Schedule

    Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | 6:00-8:30 pm

    Cocktail Reception: 6:00-6:45 pm
    Dinner: 6:45-7:30 pm
    Program: 7:30-8:30 pm

    Venue

    Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    7600 E Gainey Club Dr

    Scottsdale, AZ 85258

    Registration

    Early-Bird Rate through March 1
    Standard Registration: $55
    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $70


    After March 1

    Standard Registration: $65

    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $80
    Table (up to 8 attendees): $600

    About Paul Salem

    Paul Salem is President at The Middle East Institute. He focuses on issues of political change, transition, and conflict as well as the regional and international relations of the Middle East. He has a particular emphasis on the countries of the Levant and Egypt. Salem writes regularly in the Arab and Western press and has been published in numerous journals and newspapers. Salem is the author and editor of a number of books and reports including From Chaos to Cooperation: Toward Regional Order in the Middle East (ed. with Ross Harrison, 2017), Broken Orders: The Causes and Consequences of the Arab Uprisings (In Arabic, 2013), “The Recurring Rise and Fall of Political Islam” (CSIS, 2015), “The Middle East in 2015 and Beyond: Trends and Drivers” (MEI 2014), Bitter Legacy: Ideology and Politics in the Arab World (1994), and Conflict Resolution in the Arab World (ed., 1997). Prior to joining MEI, Salem was the founding director of the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, Lebanon between 2006 and 2013. From 1999 to 2006, he was director of the Fares Foundation and in 1989-1999 founded and directed the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, Lebanon's leading public policy think tank.

    • 11 Mar 2020
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 122 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    • 267
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    15th Annual International State of the State


    Join us Wednesday, March 11, 2020 for Governor Doug Ducey's

    2020 International State of the State Address.

    Moderated by Former Senator Jon Kyl

    When

    Wednesday, March 11, 2020

    11:30 am - 1:30 pm


    Registration begins: 11:30 am

    Lunch begins: 12:00 pm

    Program begins: 12:30 pm
    Program ends: 1:30 pm

    Venue


    Hyatt Regency Phoenix

    122 N 2nd St

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Registration

    General Public: $80
    Members: $65

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    About Governor Doug Ducey:

    Elected in 2014, and re-elected in 2018, Governor Ducey has applied his experience from a successful career in business to bring much-needed change to Arizona government.

    Upon taking office, the governor inherited a $1 billion budget deficit. He quickly took action and balanced the budget in his first year — without raising taxes. Today, the state budget is balanced with a one billion dollar surplus and a record one billion dollars in its Rainy Day Fund. Business is thriving and more people are moving to Arizona than almost anywhere in the country.

    Committed to investing in public education, Governor Ducey led an historic and bipartisan effort to invest $3.5 billion into K-12 schools in his first year, injecting more dollars into Arizona’s classrooms. With a focus on teacher pay, the governor also successfully championed the passage of legislation to increase teacher pay 20 percent by 2020.

    Governor Ducey has cut regulations and simplified taxes every year to stimulate job creation and economic growth. He remains committed to making Arizona a land of “Opportunity for All” and has pledged to work every day to make that vision a reality.

    Governor Ducey was born in Toledo, Ohio. He moved to Arizona in 1982 to attend Arizona State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. He and his wife, Angela, live in Paradise Valley with their three sons, Jack, Joe and Sam. He is Arizona’s 23rd governor.

    About Senator Jon Kyl:

    Senator Jon Kyl advises companies on domestic and international policies that influence U.S. and multi-national businesses and assists corporate clients on tax, health care, national security, and intellectual property matters, among others.

    Senator Kyl served in the U.S. Senate from 1995 to 2013, retiring as the second-highest ranking Republican senator. He returned to the Senate in September 2018 after being appointed to succeed the late John McCain, and retired again at the end of 2018.

    During Senator Kyl’s 26 years in Congress, he built a reputation for mastering the complexities of legislative policy and coalition building, first in the House of Representatives and then in the Senate. In 2010, Time magazine called him one of the 100 most influential people in the world, noting his "encyclopedic knowledge of domestic and foreign policy, and his hard work and leadership" and his "power to persuade."

    Senator Kyl sat on the powerful Senate Finance Committee and was the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism. A member of the Republican Leadership for well over a decade, Senator Kyl chaired the Senate Republican Policy Committee and the Senate Republican Conference, before becoming Senate Republican Whip. In filling Senator McCain’s seat, he served on the Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees.


    • 01 Apr 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Gainey Ranch Golf Club at 7600 E Gainey Club Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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    Dinner Event

    An Evening with Ichiro Fujisaki,

    Former Ambassador of Japan to the U.S.


    Schedule

    Wednesday, April 1, 2020 | 6:00-8:30 pm

    Cocktail Reception: 6:00-6:45 pm
    Dinner: 6:45-7:30 pm
    Program: 7:30-8:30 pm

    Venue

    Gainey Ranch Golf Club

    7600 E Gainey Club Dr

    Scottsdale, AZ 85258

    Registration

    Early-Bird Rate through March 28
    Standard Registration: $55
    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $70


    After March 28

    Standard Registration: $65

    Standard Registration (Non-Member): $80
    Table (up to 8 attendees): $600

    About Ichiro Fujisaki

    Ichiro Fujisaki joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1969, and went on to serve as Deputy Director General for Asian Affairs, Political Minister at the Embassy of Japan in Washington, DC, Director General for North American Affairs, Deputy Foreign Minister, and Ambassador to the UN and WTO in Geneva. He served as Ambassador to the United States in 2008 until 2012. He is currently distinguished professor and Chairman for International Strategies of Sophia University. He also is the president of the America-Japan Society, Inc.
    • 09 Apr 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 1:15 PM
    • Arizona Country Club, 5668 E Orange Blossom Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85018
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    Lunch Event

    US Security Interests in the Middle East

    Schedule

    Thursday, April 9, 2020 | 11:00 am-1:15 pm

    Registration: 11:00 am

    Lunch & Networking: 11:30 am-12:00 pm
    Program: 12:00-1:15 pm

    Venue

    Arizona Country Club

    5668 E Orange Blossom Ln

    Phoenix, AZ 85018

    (map)

    Registration

    Member Registration: $45

    Non-Member Registration: $55

    About the Event

    Key talking points will include:
    • The US retains important security interests in the Middle East, the Levant and Central and South Asia.
    • Our partners across he region want to be aligned with the US and its western allies. 
    • Our strategic approach to this region should be focused on retaining an overall favorable balance of power. 
    • This area is and will continue to be an area of “Great Power Competition” with China, Russia, Iran and Turkey.
    • Our interests in this region will not be preserved by military means alone — but will require all elements of National Power to succeed.

    About General Joseph L. Votel

    General Joseph L. Votel is a retired U.S. Army Four-Star officer and most recently the Commander of the U.S. Central Command – responsible for U.S. and coalition military operations in the Middle East, Levant and Central and South Asia. During his 39 years in the military he commanded special operations and conventional military forces at every level. His career included combat in Panama, Afghanistan and Iraq. Notably he led a 79-member coalition that successfully liberated Iraq and Syria from the Islamic State Caliphate. He preceded his assignment at CENTCOM with service as the Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command and the Joint Special Operations Command.

    Votel was recognized with the Distinguished Military Leadership Award from the Atlantic Council; the U.S. – Arab Defense Leadership Award from the National Council on U.S. - Arab Relations; the Patriot Award from the National Medal of Honor Society; the SGT James T. Regan Lifetime Achievement Award from the “Lead the Way” Foundation; and the Freedom Award from the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.

    In January of 2020 Votel became the President / CEO of Business Executives for National Security. He is a Strategic Advisor for Sierra Nevada Corporation as well as a member of the Board of Trustees for Noblis Corporation. Votel is a non-resident Distinguished Fellow at the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C. and the Belfer Center at the John F. Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, MA; and an advisor to the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, NY. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Service to School – a non-profit organization that helps military veterans transition and win admission to the Nation’s best graduate and undergraduate schools as well as an Advisor to the Texas Transition Network that focuses on post-secondary education opportunities for disabled students. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

    Votel is a 1980 graduate of the United States Military Academy and earned Master’s Degrees from the U.S. Army Command and Staff College and the Army War College. He is married to Michele and they have two grown sons; a daughter-in-law and two grandchildren. The Votels reside in Lake Elmo, Minnesota.

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19 Sep 2019 The Next Decade of PCFR
19 Sep 2019 September Reading Group
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12 Aug 2019 Venezuela Kleptocracy: The Ripple Effect of the Venezuelan Revolution
23 Jul 2019 Update on the US-Mexico Relationship
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03 Jun 2019 New Times for the Transatlantic Relations
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23 Apr 2019 14th Annual International State of the State
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05 Mar 2019 6th PCFR New and Prospective Member Breakfast
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21 Feb 2019 Can Sport Save Globalization?
12 Feb 2019 Southeast Asia and the US Strategy for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
29 Jan 2019 The Democratic Transition in Tunisia
17 Jan 2019 January Reading Group
16 Jan 2019 NORAD at 60: Heritage, Vigilance, and Innovation
12 Dec 2018 The Rule of Law in Hong Kong and Human Rights
04 Dec 2018 Kazakhstan in a Changing Eurasia
28 Nov 2018 Nemtsov: Film Screening and Discussion
15 Nov 2018 November Reading Group
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27 Sep 2018 Understanding International Trade in the Trump Era
20 Sep 2018 September Reading Group
13 Sep 2018 U.S. - Mexico Geopolitical Forecast for 2018 - 2019
19 Jul 2018 July Reading Group
12 Jul 2018 The Future of the Two Koreas and Donald Trump
07 Jul 2018 Young Professionals World Cup Watch Party
26 Jun 2018 Mexico’s Presidential Election Cycle
19 Jun 2018 Young Professionals Foreign Relations Summer Series
17 May 2018 May Reading Group
15 May 2018 US-China Relations in the Age of Trump and Xi
01 May 2018 Maintaining the US Competitive Edge in the Resurgence of Great Power Competition
10 Apr 2018 Inman’s View of the World: A look at overarching threats, challenges, and opportunities facing the U.S. followed by a geographic tour of hot spots.
05 Apr 2018 Recent Trends in African Infrastructure Development
27 Mar 2018 How to Lose Press Freedom in a Democracy: The Experience of an Exiled Journalist
21 Mar 2018 Ethics in the Age of Cyber
15 Mar 2018 March Reading Group
20 Feb 2018 SOLD OUT- 13th Annual International State of the State
18 Jan 2018 January Reading Group
17 Jan 2018 TIME & LOCATION CHANGE - NAFTA and the Future of the World Trading System under President Trump
14 Dec 2017 SOLD OUT - Censorship, Privacy, Retaliation and 'Fake News': The State of Freedom of The Press in the U.S. and Mexico
16 Nov 2017 November Reading Group
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24 Oct 2017 Challenges for Factual Reporting in the Age of Social Media
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12 Sep 2017 China: The Beautiful Country and the Middle Kingdom
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27 Apr 2017 A Strategic Association for the XXI Century: Peru and the United States of America
21 Apr 2017 April Reading Group
05 Apr 2017 US-Mexico Relations Today: Arizona’s Positive Contribution
28 Mar 2017 Is the World Getting Better or Worse? Health, Human Rights, and Quality of Life Around the Globe
23 Feb 2017 U.S.-Russian Relations: From Rock Bottom to…What Next?
17 Feb 2017 February Reading Group
25 Jan 2017 Korea, What’s Next?
12 Jan 2017 President Obama’s Legal Legacy in War
13 Dec 2016 Quo Vadis? Latin America
30 Nov 2016 Mexico-U.S. Relations Today and Tomorrow: The Case of Arizona
17 Nov 2016 Fall Reading Group - The Unquiet Frontier: Rising Rivals, Vulnerable Allies, and the Crisis of American Power
09 Nov 2016 Freeport in Peru: Twenty Years and Going Strong
18 Oct 2016 SOLD OUT - National Security Challenges for the Incoming Administration
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29 Sep 2016 Russia’s War with Ukraine: What is at stake for the West?
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