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UNF to host public policy discussion “Cold War II? Challenges in American Diplomacy”

The public is invited to attend the University of North Florida’s latest Diverse Perspectives Series event, “Cold War II? Challenges in American Diplomacy.” 

Hosted by UNF’s Office of Public Policy Events, the free discussion will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on March 28 in the Robinson Theatre. 

The U.S. faces a titanic political, economic, military and ideological struggle for global influence in the 21st century. Hear from experts including Nancy Soderberg, foreign policy strategist, former member of the National Security Council and UNF political science and public administration faculty administrator; John Caulfield, retired diplomat and former chief of the U.S. Interests Section in Cuba; Roman Cech, Florida State College of Jacksonville professor of economics; and Jack Bisase, U.S. Department of State foreign service officer, on the stakes of this new cold war for global stability, prosperity and the future trajectory of international relations.  

The public can ask questions and share their thoughts during the event. 

UNF’s Office of Public Policy Events hosts at least two events each semester that bring the campus and community together to discuss and debate important and timely issues from diverse perspectives.