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Challenges to Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: "Grandma's Recipe for Success"

  • 6 Jun 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • The Hope Club, 6 Benevolent Street, Providence, RI 02906

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We will rethink the principles and values that serve as the foundation for the foreign policy of any major power in the world.

The meaning for American foreign policy with its shifting focus and texture may be especially valuable as we search for an approach adjusted to the complexities of the 21st Century. Elements will be drawn from the "wisdom" of the most experienced lives of common Americans -- our grandmothers.

Richard Farkas has been teaching at DePaul for over forty years.  He holds an honorary degree from Corvinus University and has lectured in Russia, Poland, Hungary, and Croatia.  His research compares strategies for political and economic development in post-Communist and post-conflict countries.  Professor Farkas  has consulted for some of the largest corporations in the U.S.  and has appeared frequently on U.S. and international media. 
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