Tuesday's global agenda: CIA draws down in Iraq

Reagan's legacy: The National Endowment for Democracy honors former Secretaries of State George Shultz and Madeleine Albright with a conference today on "Democracy in the World after Thirty Years” at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to commemorate Reagan's 1982 Westminster Address. The two also received the Democracy Service Medal on Monday.

G-20 preview: The Center for Strategic and International Studies this morning previews the June 18-19 G-20 summit in Mexico. Speakers include Mexican ambassador Arturo Sarukhan and Mark Sobel, Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Treasury Department.

Climate impact: The Inter-American Development Bank hosts a discussion this afternoon on “The Climate and Development Challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean.” 

Elmo caught red-handed: USAID is suspending funding for Pakistan's version of "Sesame Street" because of misappropriations of millions of dollars, Pakistan Today reports.

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