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Spring 2014 Colloquium will Spotlight Economic Diplomacy and Statecraft

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Spring 2014

Spring 2014 Global Problems and Solutions Colloquium at MIIS

This year’s Global Problems and Solutions Colloquium theme is Economic Diplomacy and Statecraft, a broad new initiative at the center of U.S. foreign policy that can be understood as a recognition and response to the changing dynamics of how power and influence will be exercised across the globe in the 21st century.

Today in the 21st century, both our infrastructures and communications networks operate largely on the internet.  Increase in the accessibility and influence of information technology is occurring on a global scale and is a key factor to the changing dynamics of power and influence. Thus, realm of international relations is increasingly becoming technologically interconnected – the resulting question is: how governments around the world will respond to these changes?

Professor Robert Rogowsky will facilitate the 2014 Colloquium series. Dr. Rogowsky is a Professor of Trade and Development at the Institute who spent nearly two decades the U.S. International Trade Commission where he served as Chief Economist from 1995-1999, and as the Director of Operations from 1992 to 2010.  Dr. Rogowsky is a dynamic and engaging instructor whose reason for teaching is fueled by his passion for simply “being alive.” Click here to get the full story.

Featured speakers to be announced! Refer to the Colloquium landing page, or the GSIPM Facebook page for updates.

Select presentations will be open to the public.  For inquiries, contact Special Programs Manager Erina McWilliam-Lopez at: emcwilliam@miis.edu.

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