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  • How Did the 1965 Immigration Act Change America? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos How Did the 1965 Immigration Act Change America From 1924 to 1965 immigration to the U S was dictated by origins quotas that favored newcomers from Western Europe and discriminated against Asians who were banned from immigrating and Southern and Eastern Europeans By the 1960s as the civil rights movement took hold America s immigration policy was largely understood to be unjust and was blasted by President John F Kennedy as nearly intolerable So the nation was ready for change by the time Congress passed and President Lyndon B Johnson signed the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 For decades the bill was celebrated for abolishing the quota system helping families reunite and diversifying America by making it easier for previously excluded people particularly from Asia to immigrate to the U S But 50 years later it s clear the Immigration Act had unintended consequences Most notably it set a cap on the number of Latin American immigrants that was lower than the number of Mexicans who had been arriving legally in the U

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/how-did-the-1965-immigration-act-change-america%3F (2016-04-29)
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  • From Asteroid to Oceans: Using Public Engagement to Inform Policy Decisions | ASU in Washington D.C.
    ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos From Asteroid to Oceans Using Public Engagement to Inform Policy Decisions The Consortium for Science Policy Outcomes CSPO and its partners have become global innovators in developing methods and tools that bring informed public voices and perspectives into critical scientific and technological decisions At the New Tools for Science Policy breakfast on Thursday October 1 2015 a model of public engagement was presented that recently provided useful input for NASA s Asteroid Initiative Working through the Expert and Citizen Assessment of Science and Technology ECAST network CSPO brought together university museum and client partners to provide an unprecedented real time technology assessment for a federal agency Public engagement on NASA s Asteroid Initiative allowed lay citizens with various backgrounds values and knowledge to express views that credentialed experts might otherwise overlook but which as NASA discovered can be very useful for robust decision making By hosting a public forum on a complex topic that required consideration of highly technical issues CSPO has developed a powerful tool for bringing informed public perspectives into today s most important scientific and technological debates Part 1 of 2 featuring Ira Bennett Co director CENTSS Clinical Associate Professor School for the Future of Innovation in Society Consortium for Science Policy Outcomes and Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ASU

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  • Religion and International Affairs: Faith, Conflict and Governance | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Religion and International Affairs Faith Conflict and Governance On Wednesday September 30 2105 The McCain Institute and The Woolf Institute hosted Religion and International Affairs Faith Conflict and Governance The role of religion in international affairs was examined particularly how it impacts societies who are experiencing conflict We covered the danger of conflating the Middle East crisis with religion often forgetting that it is also about society and government We examined the conflict potential in specific countries outside the Middle East such as Bosnia and Pakistan and also commented on the situation in countries where large minorities are being persecuted such as Nigeria and China The growth of non religious groups was also considered When examining these countries the panelists looked at the opportunity for not wasting a crisis i e How do you create stability

    Original URL path: https://washingtondc.asu.edu/video/religion-and-international-affairs-faith-conflict-and-governance (2016-04-29)
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  • Entrapment or Necessary Tool: The Role of Informants and Undercover Officers in Terrorism Cases | ASU in Washington D.C.
    and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Entrapment or Necessary Tool The Role of Informants and Undercover Officers in Terrorism Cases The above video link takes you to http www ustream tv recorded 74124646 Informants and undercover officers are a central part of American counterterrorism strategy Almost half of the individuals accused of terrorism related crimes since 9 11 have been monitored by informants Today the FBI maintains 15 000 informants across the United States working cases on a variety of issues not just terrorism Yet many investigations have come under criticism for entrapping vulnerable individuals who would not have engaged in terrorist activity if they had never crossed paths with law enforcement What is the proper role of informants and undercover operations Are they catching terrorists or manufacturing them Mubin Shaikh is a former Canadian counterterrorism operative who has worked numerous undercover infiltration operations culminating in the prosecution of the so called Toronto 18 Shaikh is also the co author of Undercover Jihadi Inside the Toronto 18 Al Qaeda Inspired Homegrown Terrorism in the West an autobiographical look at his own journey away from extremism and his role in the Toronto 18 investigation Murtaza Hussain is a journalist

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  • Diversifying the Climate Dialogue | ASU in Washington D.C.
    of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Diversifying the Climate Dialogue Cultivating public discourse and enlarging policy discussions have been central to our work at ASU s Consortium for Science Policy Outcomes CSPO As the next big international conference on climate change begins this fall in Paris CSPO is pleased to host a dialog on ways to include perspectives that have not traditionally been part of the climate conversation A diversity of voices is essential for confronting a problem as enormous as global climate change engaging with differing perspectives helps discover innovative approaches and gains the support of citizens impacted by climate policies policies that have often been plagued by divisiveness and gridlock In discussing models for citizen engagement including the recent World Wide Views deliberations on climate and energy and by hearing from viewpoints that are frequently missing in climate debates this CSPO Conversations event will inform

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  • ASU President Michael Crow announces new Public Service Academy on NBC’s ‘Today’ Show | ASU in Washington D.C.
    for International Leadership Melikian Center Language Training Center National Affiliations National Capital Chapter ASU Alumni Association National Policy Affairs New America Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos ASU President Michael Crow announces new Public Service Academy on NBC s Today Show The above video link takes you to http www today com video tom brokaw on how millennials can truly serve america 526452803921 Former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw is joined by Arizona State University Michael Crow to tell TODAY s Matt Lauer about a first of its kind public service academy that will train civilian and military leaders together offering millennials a new way to

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  • Should the United States be the World’s Policeman? | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Partnership University Innovation Alliance What It Means To Be American Education Opportunities Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Should the United States be the World s Policeman Should the United States be the World s Policeman debate centered upon the relative strengths and weaknesses of U S leadership in the world and whether U S decisionmakers should use the significant military economic and diplomatic resources at their disposal to continue shaping and arbitrating events in the international system The debaters included Julianne Smith Senior Fellow and Director of Strategy Statecraft Program Center for New American Security Tom Donnelly Resident Fellow and Co Director of the Marilyn Ware Centre for Security Studies Richard Burt Chairman of the Nation Interest

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  • Next Generation Leaders 2014 Cohort Graduation Ceremony | ASU in Washington D.C.
    Leadership ASU Online Business and Public Policy Residency Program Capital Scholars Program Continuing Education Cronkite News Washington Bureau DC Legal Extension Program Executive Master of Public Administration program Futurography Intern Housing in Washington D C Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders McCain Institute for International Leadership Internship Program Next Generation Leaders Program Policy Science Technology Society Scholars Program Rule of Law and Governance Program School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Washington Internships Science Diplomacy and Leadership Program Science Outside the Lab Washington Policy Design Studio National Policy Affairs About National Policy Affairs Arizona s Congressional Delegation ASU s Congressional Priorities Congressional District Map Services for ASU Faculty and Staff Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act Lobbying Disclosure Form U S Presidents and Cabinet Visits Events News Upcoming Events Events Archive News Videos Facilities ASU Washington Center Decision Theater Washington D C McCain Institute for International Leadership Hosting an ASU Event in D C Temporary Office Space in Washington D C About Faculty and Staff Directory Services for Faculty and Staff Visitor Information Contact Us ASU in DC s Latest Tweets Back to all videos Next Generation Leaders 2014 Cohort Graduation Ceremony On Thursday September 3 2015 The McCain Institute s 2014 Next Generation Leaders NGL participated in a graduation ceremony marking their completion of the U S development portion of the program This year s participants represent 12 countries and a variety of professional backgrounds and have demonstrated a personal commitment to character driven leadership already in their careers Mrs Cindy McCain Chair of the Human Trafficking Advisory Council for The McCain Institute was the guest speaker The McCain Institute s flagship activity is its Next Generation Leaders NGL program designed to identify train network and empower a diverse group of emerging character driven leaders through one year of targeted professional

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