The goal of American Foreign Policy as stated in the Foreign Policy Agenda of the U.S Department of State, is “to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the international community.”
Sounds good, but what does it mean? How can we effectively spread and support democratic institutions? How is security best achieved? How is prosperity best achieved? And what do we do when principles of democracy, security, and prosperity conflict with one another? Join Frank Alcock for Einstein’s Circle in Selby Auditorium on Nov. 18, when we talk about America’s foreign policy: the fault lines, the tensions and the major issues that could become defining factors in the 2016 election.
Einstein’s Circle for LLA at USFSM
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Producer: Bev Harms / Assoc. Producers: Alan Grindal, Julie Cotton, Don Hagan