Monday, November 10, 2008
SDSU Experts Examine Foreign Policy Challenges
Seven panelists will debate nuclear threats, ongoing wars, terrorism and other international conflicts facing the Obama administration.
- 3 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 12
- Casa Real at Aztec Center
- Free event
From left, Farid Abdel-Nour, Mikhail Alexseev, Adam Branch, Lei Guang, Dipak Gupta, Ron King, Latha Varadarajan
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Special note: There is seating for 200 people and the venue is expected to fill quickly. Please arrive early to assure you get a seat.
The SDSU Hansen Institute for Peace announced seven panelists for Wednesday’s forum about foreign policy challenges facing Obama administration.
The free event begins at 3 p.m. in Casa Real in Aztec Center and will feature the following SDSU experts:
- Farid Abdel-Nour, Middle East expert
- Mikhail Alexseev, Russia expert
- Adam Branch, Africa expert
- Lei Guang, China expert
- Dipak Gupta, Fred J. Hansen professor of peace studies
- Ron King, chair, SDSU political science department
- Latha Varadarajan, India expert
More about the event
Find out more about the Nov. 12 forum.
Event sponsors include:
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