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Michael Michalak “Shifting Trade Winds Remarks and Q & A”

Portland Community College hosted this lecture as part of the symposium “Shifting Trade Winds: APEC, Globalization & The Pacific Northwest” in Portland, Oregon in September 2011. Michael W. Michalak is a former US Ambassador to Vietnam and Senior Advisor to the APEC 2011 USA Host Committee. In 2011, the United States hosted the leaders of some of the world’s largest economies for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. In anticipation of this major event, Portland Community College welcomed the public, our local business community, and college and university faculty to a symposium to discuss trade and cultural issues in the Asia-Pacific region. www.pcc.edu
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Secretary Clinton Delivers Remarks at the “Transformational Trends 2013” Forum

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers remarks at the Foreign Policy Group’s “Transformational Trends 2013” Forum at the Newseum in Washington, DC on November 29, 2012. A text transcript can be found at www.state.gov
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Midwest High School SIG Conference: Welcome and Opening Remarks

Presenters from the National High School Center, the Great Lakes East Comprehensive Center, and the US Department of Education welcome participants to the Midwest High School SIG Conference, held May 18-19, 2011 in Chicago, IL, and set the stage for the conference ahead. Joseph R. Harris- Director, National High School Center Barb Youngren- Director, Great Lakes East Comprehensive Center Carl Harris- Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, US Department of Education For more information, visit www.betterhighschools.org Disclaimer: These subtitles are generated by Google’s Machine Transcription Service, a voice recognition program. Due to variances in the quality of the recording, the voice recognition is not always accurate. As a result, some of the subtitles, particularly names or acronyms, may be incorrect. We apologize for any confusion or offense caused by inaccurate subtitles. For further clarification, please contact helpfor@betterhighschools.org. Thank you.