Madeleine Albright and George Shultz: A Conversation About War and Peacebuilding
Former Secretaries of State
Marvin Kalb, Former CBS/NBC News Correspondent; Edward R. Murrow Professor Emeritus, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government – Moderator
At the halfway point between 2010 and 2011, the United States is facing numerous challenges, as well as opportunities. Two wars are still raging in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Middle East peace process has stalled. Concerns about global terrorism, nuclear proliferation and climate change dominate the headlines, all against the backdrop of financial instabilities in many realms, including our own. Yet the promise of new technologies, the information revolution and engaged citizens hold out hopes for innovation and problem-solving. What should be the major priorities for the U.S. in the second half of 2010? Is it possible to create the political will for positive change? Albright and Shultz address the challenges.
Location: Fairmont Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 950 Mason St.
Time: 5:15 p.m. check-in, 6 p.m. program
Cost: $20 members, $35 non-members, $7 students (with valid ID). Premium (seating in first few rows) $45 members, $65 non-members
Also know: In association with the United States Institute of Peace and The Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University