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Junior World Affairs Councils "Preparing Young Americans for a Complex World"
Here's more evidence that the Council's Global Young Leaders Program, founded more than a decade ago, continues to be in the vanguard of the mission to provide important international education for North Texas students. Check out The New York Times' Opinion Page piece titled "Preparing Young Americans for a Complex World."
Contact the Council's Director of the Global Young Leaders Program Amy Miller and ask how you can support our efforts to increase the global comprehension of our young North Texans.
Reading to Share
The opening passage of Walter Russell Mead's latest work in Foreign Policy sets the tone for the new administration in Washington: "Not since Franklin Roosevelt's administration has U.S. foreign policy witnessed debates this fundamental."
The piece is headlined "The Jacksonian Revolt: American Populism and the Liberal Order." And it has elements of history, contemplation and prediction, all guaranteed to make a reader think about what's been seen and what may be seen as policy and practice evolve in "the new Washington."
Go behind the Foreign Policy paywall to read this history-driven essay by Walter Russell Mead, the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and a Distinguished Scholar at the Hudson Institute.
Click here to read this history-driven essay by Walter Russell Mead, the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and a Distinguished Scholar at the Hudson Institute.