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Capturing 'The National Conversation,' Nuclear Outliers

Last week NPR and the Wilson Center joined forces to present a public forum and panel discussion around nuclear 'outliers,' as part of a series of co-produced events in The National Conversation series. If you weren't able to tune in, you can catch a full video here and don't miss photos from last week's event below and on Facebook.

Coming up on September 11, The National Conversation will examine security issues in a post 9/11 world. More dates and series topics will be announced as they are confirmed, so stay tuned!

NPR President and CEO Gary Knell provides opening remarks at The National Conversation in June, kicking off the partnership between NPR and the Wilson Center.

NPR President and CEO Gary Knell provides opening remarks at The National Conversation in June, kicking off the partnership between NPR and the Wilson Center. Kaveh Sardari hide caption

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NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep served as moderator for the discussion. i i

NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep served as moderator for the discussion. Kaveh Sardari hide caption

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NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep served as moderator for the discussion.

NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep served as moderator for the discussion.

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(l to r) Moderator Steve Inskeep with panelists Robert S. Litwak of the Wilson Center and NYT columnist Thomas Friedman

(l to r) Moderator Steve Inskeep with panelists Robert S. Litwak of the Wilson Center and NYT columnist Thomas Friedman Kaveh Sardari hide caption

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(l to r) NPR President and CEO Gary Knell with Wilson Center President and CEO Jane Harman

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