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America’s Changing Foreign Policy Debate and Syria

The Jefferson Hotel: The Grand Ballroom 101 W Franklin St, Richmond

Speaker: Brian Katulis Brian Katulis, a senior fellow at American Progress, is an expert on U.S. national security strategy and the Middle East. For more than a decade, he has advised senior U.S. policymakers on foreign policy and has provided expert testimony to key congressional committees. Brian Katulis has extensive on-the-grounds research experience in a...

Ukraine, Russia, and World Order

The Jefferson Hotel: The Grand Ballroom 101 W Franklin St, Richmond

Speaker: Ambassador William Taylor William B. Taylor is the executive vice president at the U.S. Institute of Peace. Before that, he served as the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine from 2006 to 2009. At the U.S. State Department, he was also special coordinator for Middle East Transitions, and oversaw assistance and support to Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and...

PUSHBACK – The US whole-of-government hardening against China’s challenges: status, outlook and implications

The Jefferson Hotel: The Grand Ballroom 101 W Franklin St, Richmond

This lecture will cover the origins, development, implications and sustainability of the across-the-board hardening of US government policy and practice toward China over the past two years. It will highlight bipartisan congressional support for the tougher administration posture but will also note weak public understanding and support. Speaker: Dr. Robert Sutter Robert Sutter is Professor of Practice of...

Peace Works – U.S. Peacebuilding Initiatives

The Jefferson Hotel: The Grand Ballroom 101 W Franklin St, Richmond

An Interview with Ambassador Frederick Bartonled by Dr. Matthew Shank Ambassador Rick Barton teaches at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, where he serves as a co-director of Princeton’s Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative and Ullman Fellowships. Barton started USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives, and was America’s ambassador to the Economic and Social Council...