Nuclear Folly 

Nuclear Folly 

July 16, 3pm – by Serhii Plokhii, Harvard University Nearly thirty years after the end of the Cold War, today’s world leaders are abandoning disarmament treaties, building up their nuclear arsenals, and exchanging threats of nuclear strikes. To survive this new...
Pride, Prejudice & Immigration

Pride, Prejudice & Immigration

Eddie Aldrete, Senior VP at IBC Bank  June 25, 3 pm  Tickets   Just when a path forward on immigration began to appear on the horizon, that light at the end of the tunnel is turning out to be a post-pandemic train headed this way. Our need for workers is changing...
Continuity and Change in U.S. Policy Toward Africa

Continuity and Change in U.S. Policy Toward Africa

May 7 – 3pm by Judd Devermont, Director, Africa Program at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) Tickets What is the future of U.S. engagement in sub-Saharan Africa? CSIS Africa Program Director Judd Devermont will share his perspective on...

Humanitarian Crisis in the Middle East

April 23, 3:00 pm by Marjolaine Greentree, Regional Protection Advisor, Swiss Cooperation Program,  Middle East Embassy of Switzerland in Jordan Tickets Ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, from Libya in North Africa to Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula, have provoked...

Will Mandela Approach Work in Russia?

May 21, 3:00 pm Join us for a talk by Robert Hitchcock and Marina Oborotova about opposition leaders & protest movements in South Africa and Russia followed by discussion and Q & A. Tickets