Great Decisions 2020 –  Session II

Note that there are two sessions with identical content.  Register for either. 

Great Decisions offers guided discussion of specific foreign policy challenges facing the U.S. with the goal of a better understanding of the dynamics of international relations and U.S. goals.  2020 topics include:  Climate Change and the Global Order; India and Pakistan; Red Sea Security; Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking; U.S Relations with the Northern Triangle; China’s Road into Latin America; The Philippines and the U.S.; Artificial Intelligence and Data.

Instructor:  Peter Igoe has an AB in Economics from Yale and an MBA in Finance from Stanford.  He served in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Force and worked at a senior level for a number of corporations, retiring in 2001 as Vice President and Worldwide Operations at Rodale Press.  He is a long-time participant in Great Decisions classes.

Location:  St. Peter’s Church, Room 201

Day and Time:  Mondays, February 10 to April 6, 1:30 – 3:30 pm.  No class on February 17.

Fee:  $50

Materials to be Purchased:  Great Decisions 2020 Briefing Book.  Order from the Foreign Policy Association at  $32