September Lunch'n Explore - China's Foreign Policy: Dangerous or Not?
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Lunch'n Explore programs feature presentations by prominent speakers from the area in luncheon talks that include table conversation and opportunities for questions and answers. Enjoy a good lunch and join in conversation and discussion.
Event Speaker: Frank Wright, five decades a journalist at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Served as Washington bureau chief, managing editor, associate editor and foreign correspondent (reporting from more than 60 countries, including China), now retired. B.A. Augustana College, Rock Island, IL. Phi Beta Kappa. Post-grad year, University of Minnesota.
Event Details: Friday, September 19, 2014, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Anderson Student Center, Woulfe-North (3rd Floor), UST St. Paul Campus
Event Description: China has embarked on a more assertive/aggressive foreign policy - diplomatically, economically, militarily - in pursuit of its regional and global interests. Meanwhile, President Obama struggles to implement his administration's professed pivot to the Pacific in U.S. foreign affairs, shoring up our relations with Asian allies and presumed friends. Tensions escalate. Outcome uncertain.
Event Cost: $25.00 per person; if you require a vegetarian meal or other dietary accommodation, please include a note with your registration form with this information, or call the Center office at least eight days prior to the event with this information. (Registration deadline for this event is September 11 and payment must be at the Center by this date.)
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