Measuring Risks and Opportunities in Foreign Policy: How Do We Decide What Matters Going Forward?
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"Measuring Risks and Opportunities in Foreign Policy: How Do We Decide What Matters Going Forward?"
Ambassador Richard LeBaron
Visiting Distinguished Practitioner of International Affairs, Martin Institute of International Studies
Whitewater Room, Idaho Commons- 12:30 p.m.
Abstract: U.S. foreign policy has changed dramatically since the end of the Cold War. With that change comes an opportunity to revisit priorities and strategies. The discussion centers around a key question: Absent an overarching existential risk or an ideological foe, what intellectual frameworks can we employ to ensure security and seize new opportunities?
Original url: http://www.uidaho.edu/class/mric/archives/2012-2013/foreign-policy-risks-opportunities