U.S. Global Engagement and the Military

The Topic: Scholars have noted a shift in the global balance of power, causing some to call for the US to re-examine the organization of the military, the extent of US engagement, and the future of US leadership overseas. Decisions about international restraint or engagement have the potential to impact both foreign and domestic policies and security profoundly. How should the US military and government respond to a changing international environment?

 

About the Speaker: Col. Barker spent more than 30 years in the US Army, 15 of those years were as a Foreign Area Officer with assignments as a military attaché in Paris, France and Santiago, Chile.

 

ECU STUDENTS FACULTY AND STAFF MAY ATTEND FOR FREE

Monday, January 15 at 6:00pm to 7:45am

Rivers Building, Rivers West Auditorium
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Event Type

Lecture/Reading

Departments

Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences, Political Science, Student Affairs - Campus Recreation & Wellness, Wellness Passport

Cost

$10.00 per session (7 sessions for discounted rate of $65.00)

Contact Name

Alethia Cook

Contact Email

cooka@ecu.edu

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