Events: January, 2013

Jan 23

Washington D.C.

Our experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan, growing dangers in cyberspace, and modern terrorist and criminal threats all suggest the same thing: our national security...
Jan 24

Washington D.C.

Is preventing genocide a core national security issue, a core moral responsibility, neither – or both? In his latest book, “Liberating Kosovo: Coercive Diplomacy...
Jan 24

Brussels

WHERE: US Mission to the EUWHEN: Thursday 24 JanuaryTIME: 19h00-20h30SPEAKERS: Caroline Broun, officer for environment, science and technology at the US mission...
Jan 29

Washington D.C.

What does it take to be a future foreign policy leader?  It takes new ideas, new approaches, and new partnerships to solve the critical global challenges our...
Jan 30

Washington D.C.

What are the intended and unintended environmental, political, and social consequences of China’s rapid development? Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP)...
Feb 05

London

  YPFP London Words and Wires Series: Patrick Hennessey, KANDAK Fighting with Afghans   This event is open everyone.   Event description: YPFP London is...
Feb 06

Brussels

WHAT: Tools of the Trade Workshop 4 “Trade Negotiations”WHEN: Wednesday 6 February, time to be confirmedWHERE: The U.S. Mission to the European Union - USEU...
Feb 07

Washington D.C.

Outer space activities play an increasingly important role in everyday life and are essential to international and national security. Despite their importance,...
Feb 07

London

YPFP is going out for Chinese food! When: Thursday 7 February, 6:30pmWhere: Dragon Castle, 100 Walworth Road, London SE17 1JLThis event is open to everyone.  ...
Feb 07

New York

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy is pleased to reprise its successful event series of panel discussions on international careers, in partnership with NYU's...

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