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Global Strategic Outlook 2011

September 26, 2011
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Featured Participants

David Goldwyn

President, Goldwyn Global Strategies & former State Department International Energy Affairs Special Envoy Global Energy and Resource Outlook

Dr. Ian Bremmer

President, Eurasia Group Bio

Martin Wolf

Associate Editor & Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times Bio

Robert Rooney

Executive VP, Legal and General Counsel, Talisman Energy Inc

The Hon. David Emerson

Chair, Energy Policy Institute of Canada (EPIC)

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