With the arrival of the new administration, School of Diplomacy and International Relations faculty are looking ahead to some of the potentially momentous foreign policy changes that could be coming with President-elect Trump.
A panel of School of Diplomacy and International Relations faculty will host a discussion entitled "Diplomacy in President Trump's World: What's Next?" on Wednesday, January 18 from 12:30 - 2 p.m. in Beck Rooms A&B in the library.
Professors Nabeela Alam, Sara Moller, Benjamin Goldfrank, Martin Edwards, Ann Marie Murphy, and Brian Muzas will offer their observations and predictions on the incoming administration's attitudes and potential actions in the sphere of foreign policy.
Each professor will bring their specialized expertise to the panel and discuss such topics as President-elect Trump's relationship with the UN and his stance on nuclear weapons to global sustainable economic development and foreign policy under the United States' 45th president.
"School of Diplomacy faculty don't merely teach and advise students, part of our job as scholars is also to help make sense of what happens in our modern complex world for our students, the media and the public," said Professor Martin Edwards, moderator for the panel discussion. "This event will be a great opportunity for students to engage with faculty and with each other on this important and timely topic."
The event is sponsored by the Center for UN and Global Governance Studies and the Center for Emerging Powers and Transnational Trends.
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Categories: Nation and World