Turn on the evening news and you’re sure to be overwhelmed with a barrage of complicated issues affecting our world. From digital privacy to ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, the controversies and challenges seem never ending. Have you ever wished you better understood what these issues really involve?
Join us for in-depth conversations about some of today's most complicated and important U.S. foreign policy topics. The eight-week program begins August 26 through October 28.
Columbine Library is hosting the next series which occurs Wednesdays at 3 p.m. and we provide the materials you need to participate.
- August 26 Introductions and pick up materials (23 copies of materials are available)
- September 9 Russia and the Near Abroad
- September 16 Privacy in the Digital Age
- September 23 Sectarianism in the Middle East
- September 30 India Changes Course
- October 7 The United States and Africa
- October 14 Syria's Refugee Crisis
- October 21 Human Trafficking
- October 28 Brazil's Metamorphosis
Reservations are not required. In order to fully engage, we recommend participants read each article prior to the discussions. Articles and materials will be covered at the August 26 meeting.