A panel of former ambassadors hosted by the Weiser Diplomacy Center and the American Academy of Diplomacy will focus on the implications of the war in Ukraine globally and for NATO, Europe, Russia and China. October, 2022.
Join us for a discussion of the diplomacy between the United States, key NATO allies, and Russia surrounding the war in Ukraine with Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, John Beyrle, and Stephen Biegun. September, 2022.
This event discusses and raises concerns about the U.S. dollar’s primacy at risk and the rise of central bank digital currencies, cryptocurrencies, and other innovations that could quicken the dollar’s decline. June, 2022.
Pulitzer Prize winning historian, journalist and commentator Anne Applebaum delivers the keynote lecture of the spring 2022 Democracy in Crisis series, in conversation with Dean Michael S. Barr. April, 2022.
Please join Robert Fatton and Millery Polyneé for a conversation on how race and racism have affected international governance interventions, including international policing and development initiatives. March, 2022.
Stephen Biegun, Soojin Park, and Ross Tokola break down various dimensions of United States-Korea relations and their connection to other major regional powers, including China and Japan. January 21, 2022.
Raul Guillermo Benítez Manaut, Richard Fadden, and Thomas Warrick focus on the policy tools and frameworks available for countering nationalist extremism in Mexico, Canada and the United States. January, 2022.
Will the U.S. and Iran find common ground on the JCPOA, and if so, how? What can we expect of the Saudi-Iranian de-escalation efforts? How do domestic politics in Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and Iran play a role in making (or not making) a deal?
Rising nationalism and political extremism pose challenges to peace and democracy around the world, so this discussion will examine the historical drivers of nationalist extremism in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. October, 2021.
Amid the continuing uncertainty in Afghanistan, journalists Robin Wright and Jawad Sukhanyar will give their perspectives on the evolving situation, in conversation with Lynette Clemetson, Director of Wallace House. October, 2021.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation, Library and Museum, and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy invite you to watch a virtual book talk with General Jim Mattis, U.S. Marines (ret) & 26th U.S.
Experts on the region and longtime scholars of Myanmar consider what the aftermath of the violence and instability will imply for Southeast Asia and its relations with its neighbors, the United States, and China. April 2021.
The United States, like all other countries, seeks to advance its most important national security interests abroad. In the Middle East, some U.S. allies and friends have less than stellar human rights records.