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  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion around the privacy implications of the connected car.

  • Rebels With a Cause: Igniting a Culture of Activism in Youth

    The Atlantic and the MAC AIDS Fund partnered for the second year in a row to explore how and why millennial activists organize—and in particular, the role they're playing in the continuing struggle against HIV/AIDS.

  • Atlantic Exchange featuring Jeff Weiner

    Our series of intimate interviews with the country's leading innovators continued with the CEO of LinkedIn.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on the creation and sustainability of community revitalization projects across the U.S.

  • Women of Washington

    The Atlantic's series of interviews with eminent women leaders in Washington featured an analysis of the mid-term elections.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on the future of American health care.

  • Washington Ideas Forum 2014

    The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute once again hosted the premier gathering of U.S. policymakers, industry innovators, business leaders, and top media personalities for a two-day, multi-session event in the heart of D.C.

  • View from the Top

    The Atlantic's interview series traveled to the west coast for a conversation with Starbucks executive John Culver.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on crisis management planning and strategic financial solutions in the energy sector.

  • View from the Top

    The Atlantic's interview series traveled to the west coast for a conversation with not one, but two entertainment executives: Endemol North America Co-Chairmen and Co-CEOs Cris Abrego and Charlie Corwin.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on the state of healthcare after the Affordable Care Act.

  • Rise of the Rest: Fireside Chats

    In this series, The Atlantic will explore startup communities across America and the widespread impact local entrepreneurs can make.

  • An American Town Hall: Detroit

    The Atlantic traveled to Detroit to examine the political, economic, scientific, and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

  • Atlantic Exchange featuring David Rubenstein

    We continued our one-on-one discussion series with a conversation between The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein and our very own James Fallows.

  • CityLab 2014

    CityLab once again brought together global city leaders—mayors and government officials, urban theorists, scholars, artists, and other key voices—to engage in a series of conversations about urban ideas and innovations that are shaping metro centers around the world.

  • An American Town Hall: Philadelphia

    The Atlantic traveled to Philadelphia to examine the political, economic, scientific, and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

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