Ambassador (ret) Joseph DeThomas
Professor of Practice,
Penn State School of International Affairs
"North Korea and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation"
October 7, 2020
Richard N. Haass, Ph.D.
Council on Foreign Relations
"World history, what drives various regions of the world, the challenges of globalization, the most influential countries, events, and ideas, and what the U.S. and her allies and partners need to do going forward to insure continued American security and prosperity."
November 2, 2020
Professor John J. Mearsheimer
R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science,
University of Chicago
Speaking on "Liberalism, realism and nationalism, the U.S.'s historical role in world affairs since 1945 and that role moving forward, potential threats to the U.S. and her allies, and his views on what the U.S. and her allies and partners need to do."
November 12, 2020
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