Great Decisions: Climate Change and the Global Order
Great Decisions is America’s largest discussion program on world affairs. The program highlights eight critical foreign policy challenges facing Americans each year.
Held on the last Monday of the month, the annual series features a DVD on each topic, followed by a moderated discussion among the participants. Participants are asked to review the relevant chapter of the Great Decisions briefing book, a limited number of which are now available from the Library.
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Join us on Monday, January 27th for our first topic, “Climate Change and the Global Order”
We are extremely lucky to have Roger Morris as our moderator. Roger is the author of several critically acclaimed books on American politics, including Richard Milhous Nixon: The Rise of an American Politician, 1913-1952.
He graduated from the University of Missouri and holds a Ph.D. in Government from Harvard, served in the United States Foreign Service, on the White House Staff, and on the Senior Staff of the National Security Council under Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.
Here’s the breakdown of topics and dates for the year. Come for one or come for all:
- January 27: Climate Change and the Global Order
- February 24: India and Pakistan
- March 23: Red Sea Security
- April 27: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
- September 28: U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle
- October 26: China’s Road into Latin America
- November 23: The Philippines and the U.S.
- December 28: Artificial Intelligence and Data