News and Updates from FPA

Liz Fausett-Fuhrman posted on October 04, 2013 12:12
Welcome to Washington DC!  Just a few quick reminders for the conference events taking place on Friday:   

Friday, October 4th, Opening Event from 4-5:30pm

Don't forget that the conference begins with a panel event, "Bridging the Academic/Policy Divide: The Challenges of Long-Term Planning in U.S. Foreign Policy," featuring Esther Brimmer, Stephen D. Krasner, Ambassador Dennis Ross, and moderated by James Goldgeier.  This event will take place on the second floor of the Elliott School of International Affairs, which is located at 1957 E Street, NW, Washington DC.  

Friday, October 4th, Welcome Reception from 6-7:30pm

Following the panel, you are invited to the welcome reception in the City View Room at the Elliott School.  The City View Room is on the 7th floor.  Come enjoy the view and meet your fellow conference participants! 

We hope you have a safe trip to DC and we look forward to spending the weekend with you.
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Gary Schaub, Jr.
# Gary Schaub, Jr.
Friday, October 4, 2013 2:29 PM
Thanks for the update! And for letting the Key Bridge Marriott staff know so that participants could discover this information without having to check the website.

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