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International Perspectives Series

Featuring topics on cybersecurity, U.S. alliances, U.S. foreign policy priorities in the upcoming election, and the Indo-Pacific region.


In Partnership with the American Jewish Committee of Dallas


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Upcoming Events in International Perspective Series

Ordering Disorder

Ordering Disorder: Governing the World To Come

Since Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin have been in power, Russia and China have been each other’s biggest cheerleaders. Director of China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies Bonny Lin notes that “the bond has been decades in the making, but Russia’s war in Ukraine has tightened their embrace.” Leading the BRIC alliance (Brazil, Russia, India, and China), they see the global south as the key to push back against U.S. hegemony in the west. Join the Council in part II of the International Perspectives Series Ordering Disorder: Governing the World to Come with Charles Kupchan to discuss the future of geopolitics and world order.


U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities in the Upcoming Election

Third event in the series to be announced soon!

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Indo-Pacific: How is the U.S. Navigating Troubled Waters?

In the words of the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, “China is a sleeping giant, when she wakes, she will shake the world.” There is no doubt that China has awakened and is challenging the U.S.’s position as the premier global superpower. In the past few years, the Indo-Pacific has been gaining international attention due to China’s involvement in the region and the looming threat of a Taiwan invasion. The U.S. and its Pacific allies are determined to deter Chinese aggression and prevent Chinese influence in the region. How can China be contained? What is the future of the Indo-Pacific? Is the U.S. prepared? Join us to learn more from former U.S. Ambassador to India Kenneth Ian Juster.

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