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Former President Bill Clinton in conversation with Kennedy School professor R. Nicholas Burns at the inaugural Stephen W. Bosworth Memorial Lecture in Diplomacy on Wednesday.

Isabel G. Skomro, Crimson Staff Writer

Newspaper Article - Harvard Crimson

Former President Bill Clinton Reflects on Foreign Policy Challenges at HKS Lecture

| Apr. 07, 2021

Former President Bill Clinton reflected on the foreign policy challenges of his presidency at the inaugural Stephen W. Bosworth Memorial Lecture in Diplomacy, hosted Wednesday by the Harvard Kennedy School.

Ambassador Nestor Forster


Presentation - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Strengthening the U.S.-Brazil Relationship: Nestor Forster Jr., Ambassador of Brazil to the U.S.

On March 29, the Future of Diplomacy Project hosted Nestor Forster Jr., Ambassador of Brazil to the U.S., who spoke about the bilateral relationship between the two largest economies and democracies in the Western Hemisphere: Brazil and the United States. He discussed the political and economic ties between the two countries in various areas, such as defense cooperation, trade policy, sustainable economic growth, environment, and science and technology. Faculty Chair, Nicholas Burns, introduced the event. Senior Fellow and former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil, Thomas Shannon Jr., and Project Coordinator, Erika Manouselis co-moderated this discussion.

Nicholas Burns on CNN


Analysis & Opinions - CNN

Burns: Putin Doesn’t Deserve to be on the Same Stage as President Joe Biden

| Mar. 19, 2021

"President Biden was right to say what he said: President Putin is an autocrat, and Russia is now an authoritarian dictatorial country." Ambassador Nicholas Burns, Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO, talks about the US's allies and adversaries around the world. 

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden smiles during the vice presidential debate at Centre College October 11, 2012 in Danville, Kentucky.

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Analysis & Opinions - The Guardian

Biden makes friends with 'the west': Politics Weekly Extra

| Mar. 05, 2021

This week, guest host Rafael Behr of the Guardian puts some epoch-defining questions to the former US ambassador to Nato Nicholas Burns. How does the president convince the Europeans that America is reliable? How does Washington begin to engage with Vladimir Putin’s Russia? Does ‘the west’ exist any more?

Screenshot from event with Henrietta Fore


Presentation - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Tackling Major Humanitarian Crises in the Time of COVID-19

| Mar. 04, 2021

The Future of Diplomacy Project hosted a conversation with Henrietta Fore, Executive Director of UNICEF, about UNICEF’s work in over 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives during the COVID-19 pandemic and her experience leading one of the largest aid organizations in the world. Professor Nicholas Burns moderated this discussion.


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Analysis & Opinions - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Strengthening the Transatlantic Relationship

| Mar. 01, 2021

The Harvard Kennedy School created the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship to deepen scholarship and teaching on modern Europe and to facilitate the flow of people and ideas across the Atlantic. This project permits our faculty, students and fellows to focus in seminars, public events and research projects on member states of NATO and the European Union, the United Kingdom and Canada, Russia, Ukraine, and states in Eurasia.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. delivers remarks at the State Department

State Department Photo by Freddie Everett

Analysis & Opinions - PRI's The World

Biden's reentry on the foreign policy stage

| Feb. 25, 2021

The first 100 days are key to understanding where any presidency is going. Now more than a third of the way into that timeframe, how is President Joe Biden doing in the international policy arena? The World’s host Marco Werman speaks with Nicholas Burns, a former US under secretary of state for political affairs and a former ambassador to NATO.