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Sept 17, 2014 Dinner:

General Yaakov Amidror

Former Israeli National Security Advisor

Israel’s Security Challenge

Sept 26, 2014 Lunch:

Miroslav Lajčák

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Slovakia

Crisis in Ukraine — What Went Wrong?