Sunday, March 19, 2006
# Posted 6:30 PM by Patrick Belton
If you're in Washington, we'd be very grateful if you joined our Foreign Policy Society on Sunday, March 26th in discussing “The Role of Anti-Americanism in International Relations” with Alan McPherson, outstanding scholar, friend of this blog and author of acclaimed, award-winning Yankee No! Anti-Americanism in U.S.-Latin American Relations.
Some suggested background reading (including an excerpt of the book) is made available at www.foreignpolicysociety.blogspot.com. If you would like to join our chic, fashionable Washington list, please send a blank email to this address.
The event is set to take place on March 26th, at 7:30pm at Teaism, located on the corner of 8th and D streets (visible from the Archives/Navy Memorial metro stop). Our events are free but please plan to join us at 7:00 for dinner to support our venue provider and have a chance to
Furthermore, for the month of April, we are pleased to announce two distinguished guest speakers, Tom Clemmons of IFES and our own David Adesnik who will discuss U.S. efforts in the promotion of democracy abroad. The details on these events will follow soon.
Now if you're in New York, our event there will be taking place this Tuesday at 7:30 pm, and will be a double-decker roundtable discussion on the topic of humanitarian intervention with some room left to discuss Iran as well. If you live or work in New York, we'd be awfully grateful if you could join us. This event is being kindly cosponsored by the Oxford Alumni Association, and organised by Juliya Salkovskaya. There are several readings suggested on the website of the alumni association, and perhaps without getting into too much trouble I can advertise the presence of our friend blogger Taylor Owen as a special invited guest. Juliya will be announcing the location shortly, and she can be reached by email at ys2264 at columbia.edu. You can also subscribe to receive notices from our New York chapter by sending a blank email to this address.
Events of current interest, in Washington:
1 -- Washington DC Harper Lecture “America's Global Challenges” with Professor Charles Lipson April 26, 2006
2 -- 2006 Annual Symposium to the study of the state of education in the contemporary Arab/Muslim world, Thursday-Friday March 23-24, 2006
3 -- Women In Progress event on Saturday, April 8th at the Embassy of Ghana in Washington, DC.
4 -- Can the West Save the Rest? William Easterly, Professor of Economics, New York University Author of “The White Man’s Burden: Why The West’s Efforts To Aid The Rest Have Done So Much Ill And So Little Good” Thursday, March 23, 2006 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Peter G. Peterson Conference Center, Institute for International Economics (IIE).
If you have information on events that you would like to share with our members, please send it to sdobardzic at gmail.com, and we can append it to our notices of Foreign Policy Society events.
In final dispatch, I really must extend deep personal thanks here to Saliha Dobardzic, as well as to Amanda Butler, Soren Dayton, John Ciorciari and David, for their heartfelt generosity and help in getting our Washington chapter up and running again, and likewise to Juliya Salkovskaya for doing the same in New York. I'm terribly grateful to them all. (2) opinions -- Add your opinion
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