2023 Topics & Speakers
Presentations begin at 12:00 PM and end at 1:30 PM.
These sessions are free of charge. See registration links for each event below.
Politics in Latin America – Professor James D. Bowen, PHD; St. Louis University
2 Feb 2023
Economic Warfare – Elina Ribakova
16 Feb 2023
Energy Geopolitics – Andrew Denison; Director of Transatlantic Networks
16 Mar 2023
Global Famine – Dr. Patricia Wolff, Founder, Meds & Food for Kids
30 Mar 2023
War Crimes – Dr. Ian Hurd, Director & Professior; Weinberg College Center for International & Area Studies, Northwestern University.
13 April 2023
Iran At A Crossroads – Henry Stephenson, Fmr U.S. Navy Captain & Director of Technology Risk Management, Mastercard
27 April 2023
Climate Migration – Professor Benjamin De Foy; St. Louis University
4 May 2023
China & The U.S. – Zaho Ma, Associal Profession; Modern Chinese History & Culture Director of Undergraduate Studies Head of Chinese Section of EALC Study Abroad Advisior
11 May 2023
2023 Topics & Speakers
Our free eight-part discussion, presented by the World Affairs Council of St. Louis & UMSL Global, which focuses on major foreign policy issues, has returned this year!
Each discussion will revolve around a specific challenge to United States foreign policy and presents all sides of the issues to educate the public in foreign affairs.
- March 16 – Energy Geopolitics with Andrew Denison, Deputy Chief Economist, IIF. To register, click HERE.
- March 30 – Global Famine with Dr. Patricia Wolff, Founder of Meds and Food for Kids. To register, click HERE.
- April 16 – War Crimes with Dr. Ian Hurd, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Weinberg College Center for International and Area Studies at Northwestern University. To register, click HERE.
- April 27 – Iran at a Crossroads with Henry Stephenson, Captain (ret), United States Navy. To register, click HERE.
- May 4th – Climate Migration. To register, click HERE.
- May 11 – China and the U.S. with Zhao Ma, Associate Professor of Modern Chinese History and Culture, Washington University in St. Louis. To register, click HERE.
UMSL Global promotes understanding of peoples & cultures through international & multicultural programming, study abroad & exchange opportunities, as well as by providing international experiences for UMSL students and the community. UMSL Global is committed to supporting student, campus, & community learning through a wide range of initiatives designed to internationalize the campus and to ensure that students graduate with the international competence they will need to function in a world that is increasingly globalized.
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