The Future of Diplomacy Project's Spring Semester in Review

What an exciting Spring 2019 semester that we have had at the Future of Diplomacy Project. Here are some highlights from our events.

Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield

Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield discussing Africa's future and why it must be a priority for US policymakers.

Congressman Joe Kennedy III

Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) providing his insights on the intersection between domestic and foreign policy.

Ambassador Kristie Kenney

Ambassador Kristie Kenney discussing the opportunities and challenges in North Korea, China, and democracy in Southeast Asia

Ms. Lindiwe Mazibuko

Our Fisher Family Fellow, Lindiwe Mazibuko discussing why young Africans should avail themselves for political leadership and government appointment.

Dr. Kiron Skinner

Dr. Kiron Skinner (Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department) sharing her perspectives and insights on President Trump's foreign policy priorities.

Ms. Farah Pandith

Our Belfer Fellow Farah Pandith in a Forum Event with Eric Rosenbach, George Selim, and Juliette Kayyem sharing the various approaches to combat extremism.

The Right Honourable Douglas Alexander

Our Senior Fellow, the Right Honourable Douglas Alexander hosting a discussion on what to expect from the Brexit vote.

Jason Rezaian and Yeganeh Salehi

Jason Rezaian, an American-Iranian and former Washington Post Tehran Bureau Chief, and his wife Yeganeh (Yegi) Salehi detailing their arrest by the Iranian police and their time spent in Iranian prison.

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