Panelists elaborated on how U.S. and EU policies toward China have escalated tensions among the three international groups.
The longest-serving commanding general to the U.S.-NATO forces in Afghanistan discussed his disciplinary responsibilities in the U.S. Army.
Leaders from a nationwide initiative aiming to provide scholarships for student refugees spoke at the Jack Morton Auditorium last Tuesday.
Sara Matthiesen, an assistant professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and history, said government policies have hindered family care support.
A former aide and chief of staff for Hillary Clinton discussed her professional career in public service at Betts Theater Wednesday.
The Institute for Middle East Studies held a discussion on the use of digital storytelling in the new age of the Israel-Palestine conflict Thursday.
A panel of national security experts discussed how data collection within the U.S. intelligence community has changed since the attacks on 9/11.
Ted Osius, the former U.S. ambassador to Vietnam, reviewed the history of U.S.-Vietnam relations at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Current and former federal officials talked about the recent uptick in antisemitism on college campuses at the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday.
Cornel West discussed racial elements within Western philosophies last Wednesday, looking back on the work of late philosopher Charles Mills.