IAF Foreign Policy Mashup Poster

When and how could Russia’s war in Ukraine come to an end? Who will suffer most from forecasted food shortages? How has Western solidarity for Ukraine magnified the relative lack of support for populations in other conflict zones (read: Syria, Somalia, Yemen, et al.)? How is the U.S. – China rivalry evolving?

To close the 2021—2022 season, the International Affairs Forum will host its third annual Foreign Policy Mashup on Thursday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Dennos Museum Center Milliken Auditorium. The event will be an in-person panel discussion featuring Bill Clifford, President and CEO of the World Affairs Councils of America, on stage with local panelists Karen Puschel Segal and Stanley Otto, both former State Department diplomats. 

This is IAF’s first speaker event at Milliken with an in-town, in-the-flesh speaker since March 2020. The event includes a public Q&A session and is also available to livestream. Join the discussion. 

Reception (5:30 p.m.): Plan to join the community for a pre-event reception in the Dennos Museum Center sculpture court for wine, snacks, and a chance to reunite with others in the community.

Presentation (6:30 p.m.): This event is FREE and open to the public for in-person attendance. Register to livestream with a $10 suggested donation (non-members). IAF members are registered automatically for all livestreams. If you are not a member and plan to attend remotely, you must register to receive livestream access

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