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Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy pres.

Diplomacy in a New Transatlantic Era

A discussion in celebration of Ambassador Ron Weiser and the launch of the Weiser Diplomacy Center

Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried
Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried
Free and open to the public. Reception to follow.

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About the event:

Please join us to celebrate the launch of the Weiser Diplomacy Center with a conversation on U.S. foreign policy and the evolving Transatlantic relationship. Former National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley, former Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Daniel Fried, and President & CEO of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition Liz Schrayer will analyze key challenges facing the United States and its partners in Europe and beyond. They will discuss how effective diplomacy can advance American values and interests in an era when nationalist and authoritarian currents are strong. They will also share insights on the implications for students pursuing careers in international affairs.

About the lecture series:

This event forms part of the series in celebration of the launch of the Weiser Diplomacy Center (WDC), housed in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. WDC is a hub for practical training and policy dialogue on diplomacy and foreign affairs. WDC trains students for careers in international service, provides a meeting point for academics and practitioners, and serves as a bridge between U-M and the foreign policy community. WDC engages Professors of Practice and regular visiting practitioners and aims to be one of the country’s leading loci for the study of foreign affairs.
Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried
Stephen Hadley and Daniel Fried
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