To contend with autocrats, ‘we must respond with a U.S. foreign policy that prioritizes our highest American values and principles,’ U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez says.
Sen. Bob Menendez to discuss current U.S. foreign policy at 2022 Florio Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture
The event will be held in person ONLY. There will be no live stream or recording. The event is open to Rutgers University faculty, staff and students only. Rutgers ID must be presented.
Did you miss last week’s Bloustein School symposium about U.S foreign policy in the Middle East? You can now watch the webcast of the event by visiting: http://rutgersdceo.adobeconnect.com/p4j3k3e7dwb/
Given the recent threat of a U.S. attack on Syria, it is both important and necessary to understand the U.S.’ approach to various countries in the Middle East. On Wednesday, September 18, the Bloustein School will present a panel discussion, “U.S. Foreign Policy in...
The ongoing unrest in the Middle East, including the Arab Spring movement, are at the core civil rights movements where the people are fighting to become citizens with certain basic human rights, according to Bloustein professor Hooshang Amirahmadi in his hour-long...