Great Decisions 2013

FREE COMMUNITY DISCUSSION SERIES ON CURRENT U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

Fridays from 12:00-1:00 p.m., in the William Street United Methodist Church Parlor, 28 W. William Street, Delaware, OH.  Participants are welcome to bring a brown-bag lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided.

Topics and Speakers:

February 1PERFORMING REVOLUTION:  NAVIGATING AN UNCERTAIN TRANSITION IN EGYPT        

Sabra Webber, Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, O.S.U

February 8 NATO:  CRISIS?  WHAT CRISIS?

Sean Kay, Chair, International Studies Program, Professor, Politics and Government Department, O.W. U.; Mershon Fellow, O.S.U.

February 15 MYANMAR AND SOUTHEAST ASIA

Vladimir Steffel, Professor Emeritus, Department of History, O.S.U,

February 22 EMBRACING THREATLESSNESS: REASSESSING MILITARY SPENDING

John Mueller, Senior Research Scientist, Mershon Center for International Security Studies, O.S. U.; Cato Senior Fellow, Cato Institute, Washington, D.C.

March 1 FUTURE OF THE EURO

Goran Skosples, Professor, Department of Economics, O.W.U.

March 8 HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTIONAND U.S. POLICY

James Franklin,Chair, Politics and Government Department, O.W. U.

March 15 CHINA IN AFRICA: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OR EXPLOITATION

Kelechi  Kalu, Associate Provost for Global Strategies and International Affairs; Professor, African American and African Studies, O.S.U.

March 22 IRAN AND THE U.S.:  THREE DECADES OF FUTILITY

Blake Michael, Chair and Swan-Collins-Allan Professor of Religion, O.W.U

The Great Decisions annual Briefing Book will be on sale at each session to

provide historical context and additional information on each discussion topic.

Sponsored by: AAUW Delaware Branch, Kiwanis, League of Women Voters, International Studies

Program, O.W.U., Senior Citizens, William Street UMC, Willow Brook Christian Communities, Anonymous

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