About The Richard G. Lugar Institute for Diplomacy and Congress
The Richard G. Lugar Institute for Diplomacy and Congress works to change the way the United States Congress relates to the international community by improving communication and understanding between the Washington diplomatic corps and Congress.
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The Richard G. Lugar Institute for Diplomacy and Congress
The Lugar Institute Briefing on Foreign Appropriations
February 25, 2014 / Washington, DC
Members of the Lugar Diplomacy Institute enjoyed a rare briefing yesterday with Nikole Manatt, the Majority professional staff member on the Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs in the Senate Committee on Appropriations to discuss the legislative process for foreign appropriations.
Lunch with the Ambassador of Thailand
December 18, 2013 / Washington, DC
On Wednesday, December 18th, Senator Richard Lugar joined the newly-appointed Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the U.S. for lunch at the Ambassador's Residence. His Excellency Vijavat Isarabhakdi graciously invited Senator Lugar for an informal lunch meeting at his home to discuss the issues of the day. Maia Comeau, Director of the Lugar Diplomacy Institute at GMF and Paul Kong, Resident Fellow of the Institute, also participated.
Book Launch: JFK in the Senate
November 07, 2013 / The German Marshall Fund of the United States - Washington Office
On Thursday, November 7th, the Lugar Diplomacy Institute hosted an event celebrating the publication of the new book “JFK in the Senate” with author John T. Shaw. Senator Richard Lugar, Senior Transatlantic Fellow at GMF, set the stage with opening remarks and an introduction of the book in historical context. Mr. Shaw presented background and highlights of “JFK in the Senate,” which is the first ever book to focus on Kennedy’s tenure as a U.S. Senator.
Prospects of U.S. LNG Exports: The Allies’ Perspective
July 09, 2013 /
On Tuesday, June 9, 2013, GMF Non-Resident Fellow Neil Brown moderated a discussion on “Prospects of U.S. LNG Exports: The Allies’ Perspective,” organized by the Embassy of Hungary and hosted by Congressman Michael Turner of Ohio.
Lugar Institute Ambassadorial Roundtable
March 05, 2013 / Washington DC
The Lugar Diplomacy Institute held its second Ambassadorial Roundtable discussion where Senator Lugar offered remarks on partisanship in American politics and implications for international affairs in President Obama's second term.