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Business in a Political Age

Bernanke - Advice 2

Political actors have a strategy for your business
Do you have a strategy for them?

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Breaking Through Gridlock

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Opposing forces have multiplied
Force multipliers are required to make democracy work

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Maximizing Benefits of Trade


Unleashing trade's power to ignite growth and reduce friction

Spreading its benefits

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Foreign Policy

Leading a Multipolar World

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A flatter world requires wider vision, narrower focus, closer friends

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"Wir werden nie wie ihr"

Wiener Zeitung (Vienna)

March 17, 2015

"Die Welt aus dem Blickwinkel Amerikas - ein Gespräch mit dem US-Politikexperten Mark Kennedy."

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Vienna EmbassyThe Importance of TTIP to Europe

Speech - U.S. Embassy to Austria


March 17, 2015

It was great to have an exchange of ideas about the importance of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) to Europe in Vienna. I hope and believe that a Republican advocating on behalf of an initiative of a Democratic President resonated in Europe.

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VMaking Democracy Work

Lecture - University of Vienna


March 17, 2015

It was wonderful to address 400 students at the University of Vienna on Making Democracy Work. The University of Vienna, a 650-year- old university, has the first graduate program of public affairs in the German speaking world.

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GW Today article announcing courses by Mark Kennedy and Ben Bernanke

March 11, 2015

"Business in a Political Age," will be taught by Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management. Focusing on the interweaving paths of business and political interests, students will focus on case studies, taking the roles of major players in current and historical events."

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Unions to make trade pacts an issue in U.S. 2016 campaigns

Reuters Article

May 10, 2015

I was one of the "nineteen former lawmakers from both parties wrote to Congress on Tuesday urging support for the fast-track bill, including former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle, a Democrat, and Trent Lott, a Republican."

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