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A Conversation with Ian Bremmer

The world is in turmoil.

China's financial system is in the early stages of a dangerous collapse. The Islamic State is expanding its terror campaign. The civil war in Syria rages on; and now, massive waves of refugees from the Middle East are streaming into Europe, setting off a political crisis in the European Union between countries willing to accept unprecedented numbers of migrants, and those who want to block all refugees altogether.The United States has made significant shifts in its foreign policy in the last few years, on issues ranging from military intervention to the Iranian nuclear program. Are they the right moves for our suddenly unstable world, and what should the US do in the future?

Join YPFP for an evening with Ian Bremmer, renowned political-risk analyst, founder of the Eurasia Group, and most recently author of Superpower, as he discusses how America should respond to these issues even while maintaining a greater focus on our problems at home."

Please RSVP below as space is limited! Don't forget to check out YPFP's review of Superpower, featured in the Huffington Post, here

WHEN
October 06, 2015 at 6:30pm - 8pm
WHERE
International Student House
1825 R St NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States
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CONTACT
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