The administration of President Donald Trump is in its second year; it faces a raft of diplomatic challenges around the world: a resurgent and assertive Russia; the rising economic and military hegemony of China; the security challenges presented by extremist Islamic terrorism; and the dawn of North Korea as a nuclear power. Intensifying these diplomatic specifics is that many of the principles and values that have guided U.S. foreign policy for over 70 years are now being challenged from within the administration, as well.
Join us for a panel discussion on this and other emerging topics with distinguished Ambassadors James F. Collins, Earl A. Wayne, Susan L. Ziadeh, and Deborah A. McCarthy, moderated by Tom Gouttierre, Dean Emeritus of International Studies & Programs and Director Emeritus of Center for Afghanistan Studies at UNO. Read more about the Ambassadors.
Registration deadline is March 28. Lunch will be provided.
A private student-only session will also be held at the Thompson Alumni Center from 2:30-4pm for students interested in careers in foreign diplomacy or with additional questions about the forum topics. Please RSVP to email@example.com if interested in attending.
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