The following is an excerpt from an article posted on UW Today by Peter Kelley
Jackson School to offer Lectures for Students on ‘Trump in the World’
“The presidency of Donald Trump has vast implications for international affairs and even the internal politics of other countries — it could lead to geopolitical realignments on a global scale.
Faculty with the UW Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies will explore the impact of the 2016 election on their respective areas of expertise in a weekly lecture class for students titled “Trump in the World: International Implications of the Trump Presidency.”
Each week, faculty members will explore perspectives from Europe, Asia, Mexico and Russia as well as questions of human rights, international cooperation and migration…”
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You can listen to a podcast of Jackson School faculty members discussing the lectures here!
Students who register and attend regularly are eligible to receive two credits.
March 29: The Global Context, with Dan Chirot, professor of international studies.
April 5: Authoritarian Trends from the Past to the Present, with Devin Naar, associate professor of international studies and history.
April 12: Asia, with Anand Yang, professor of international studies.
April 19: Mexico, with Vanessa Freije, assistant professor of international studies.
May 3: Russia, with Scott Radnitz, associate professor of international studies.
May 10: Human Rights in Latin America, with Angelina Godoy, professor of international studies.
May 17: Turkey and the Middle East, with Reşat Kasaba, professor and Jackson School director.
May 24: Migration, with Kathie Friedman, associate professor of international studies.
May 31: Final discussion, with Kasaba.