HEADLINE SPEAKER SERIES
These evening events feature presentations by respected professors, world leaders, and other experts at UNH Manchester.
GLOBAL TIPPING POINTS
What Comes Next: America's Foreign Policy Challenges in 2013
How Much for Defense? National Security and Foreign Policy on a Budget
Tuesday, January 29, 2013- 6:00 pm
Lawrence Korb, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and Senior Adviser to the Center for Defense Information
A program of the World Affairs Councils of America and the Center for International Policy
Creating Change in a Changing World: Civil Society, Democracy and U.S. Foreign Policy
Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 6:00 pm
Tomicah Tillemann, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for Civil Society and Emerging Democracies
The Peninsula: Korea’s Future
Thursday, March 28, 2013- 6:00 pm
A panel discussion including Abraham Kim, Korea Economic Institute; Chusok Yoon, Embassy of the Republic of Korea; and David Muehlke, U.S. State Department
A program of the World Affairs Councils of America and the Korean Economic Institute
Presented in partnership with UNH Manchester's History and Humanities programs
Advance Registration Requested
All programs held in the 3rd-floor auditorium at UNH Manchester
2012 FALL SERIES
GLOBAL TIPPING POINTS
A continuing series on global challenges in 1012
THURS, SEPTEMBER 6 - 6 PM
Global Tipping Points Series: AFGHANISTAN
With Rajiv Chandrasekaran, author of Little America: The War Within the War for Afghanistan and Imperial Life in the Emerald City
TUES, OCTOBER 9 - 6 PM
Global Tipping Points Series: MIDDLE EAST
With Aaron Snipe, Spokesperson, Near Eastern Affairs Bureau, US State Department
ABOUT THE SERIES:
This Headline Speaker Series is part of efforts by World Affairs Councils of America to engage America in the six top national security issues facing our country: US Education: Competing Globally; Afghanistan/Pakistan; the Middle East; US Economic Competitiveness; China; and U.S. Energy Policy.
The Global Tipping Points series began in spring 2012 and covered three issues: poverty, security and superpower illusions.
Presented in partnership with UNH Manchester's history & humanities programs
2012 SPRING SERIES
"After Iraq: Foreign Policy and Moral Dilemmas in the New Middle East"
"Primary Concerns: Critical Foreign Policy Issues at the 2012 Ballot Box"