The James Clarke Chace Memorial Speaker Series features leading figures in international affairs discussing topical and timely issues of global concern. Events are held approximately once a month, typically on a Thursday evening, and are open to the general public. The James Clarke Chace Speaker Series is Co-Sponsored by Foreign Affairs magazine.
The James Clarke Chace Memorial Speaker Series takes place at at the BGIA office, 36 West 44th St. Suite 1011 (between 5th and 6th Ave). The Series is held in the Fall, September- December and the Spring, January- May.
Thursday, September 12 "Potential Partners in the Pacific? Mutual Interests and the Sino-NATO Relationship" LTC Tania Chacho, Academy Professor, United States Military Academy at West Point; former special advisor to the Supreme Allied Commander 6:15 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
Thursday, September 19 "10 Reasons Why Global Punk is Politically Important" Kevin Dunn, Associate Professor of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; author of Imagining the Congo: The International Relations of Identity; and co-editor of Africa's Challenge to International Relations Theory 6:15 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
Thursday, October 3" "The Terrorist-Criminal Nexus: An Alliance of International Drug Cartels, Organized Crime & Terror Groups" Vanessa Neumann, President, Asymmetrica; group leader of the High Level Risk Forum Task Force on Charting Illicit Trafficking, OECD; Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Center for the Study of Terrorism 6:15 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
Thursday, October 17 "Deconstructing Holocaust Denial -- How Science and History are Distorted to Promote Hate" Kenneth Stern, Specialist, Anti-Semitism and Extremism, American Jewish Committee; author of Antisemitism Today: How It Is The Same, How It Is Different, and How to Combat It 6:15 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
Thursday, November 7 "Why are Human Rights Called Human Rights?" Alan Sussman, Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bard College 6:15 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
Wednesday, December 11 "The Imperial Presidency: Gone and All But Forgotten" David Andelman, Editor, World Policy Journal; former Executive Editor, Forbes.com; former reporter for the New York Times, CBS News, New York Daily News, and CNBC; author of A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919and the Price We Pay Today among others. 7 PM, BGIA, 36 W 44th St. Suite 1011 New York, NY
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