Vice Presidential Debate - Middle East Outlook - New FTC Guidelines

October 11, 2012
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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Join us on this week's Capital Thinking with Kevin O'Neill as he chats first with the returning panel of Todd Cranford, Vince Frillici, Stephen Diaz Gavin, and Bob Horn regarding the Vice Presidential debate set to take place on Thursday, October 11 in Kentucky. Thursday's face-off between Vice President Biden and Representative Paul Ryan is the only debate scheduled for the Vice Presidential seat, and our panel will weigh in on the importance of this lone contestation in terms of the Presidential election. Next, Ambassador Frank Wisner will join us to take a closer look at the current situation in the Middle East, and offer his analysis on the U.S.'s ongoing position in the region and ally relations. Finally, we welcome back Deborah Lodge who will discuss the most recent guidelines pertaining to mobile app developers from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

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