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This speaker series features top Hopkins scholars who will discuss the possible foreign policy implications of the 2018 midterm elections. All events will be held at 5:00pm; locations vary and are listed below. The speaker series is free and open to the public. The Aronson Center for International Studies Speaker Series is organized by the International Studies Leadership Committee.
September 12 | Gilman Hall 50 – Congress and Foreign Policy
Speakers: Homewood Professor and former U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski and Julia Frifield, Senior Advisor to the Provost for International Affairs
September 26 | Maryland Hall 110 – Iran and Nuclear Policy
Speaker: Vali Nasr, Dean of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
October 10 | Maryland Hall 110 – Mexico and Border Security
Speaker: Assistant Professor Christy Thornton, Department of Sociology and Assistant Professor Casey Lurtz, Department of History
October 24 | Gilman Hall 50 – Trade Wars
Speaker: Bob Barbera, Director of the Center for Financial Economics, Department of Economics and Andrew Mertha, Director of China Studies, SAIS
November 14 | Mergenthaler Hall 111 – Trump and the Liberal World Order
Speaker: Associate Professor Daniel Deudney, Department of Political Science and Assistant Professor Sebastian Schmidt, Department of Political Science
The Office of Study Abroad will be conducting an information session for students interested in the BA/MA program with Sciences Po in Paris, France. Via Skype students will be able to learn about the admission requirements, programs offered, and life in Paris from an admissions representative and a current BA/MA student. Lunch will be provided.