Oct 9, 2014
6:00pm - 8:30pm    |    Rosenthal Pavilion, 10th Fl, Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Sq. S., New York, NY 10012

A Center for Global Affairs 10th Anniversary Event 

RSVP here.

Please note location: NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South

The past ten years have seen extraordinary challenges to global peace and security: sectarian conflict in the Middle East and Africa, economic instability in the developing and developed worlds, and a refugee crisis beyond anything experienced since the end of World War II. New media and computer technologies have amplified the voice of the individual with unpredictable results – fueling democratic movements and popular uprisings along with repression, creating security threats in the form of cyberterrorism and information piracy, and bringing us the new heroes (or antiheroes) of WikiLeaks.

Have we learned anything from the events of the past ten years?  Which directions and trends are we witnessing nationally and internationally as a response to the past decade?  On which global issues have we made progress, and where are we still behind? Most crucially, are we drawing the right conclusions from the past decade and are we ready to respond to the challenges ahead?

Professor Arthur R. Miller, NYU University Professor; Associate Dean, NYU School of Professional Studies; and Director of the Tisch Institute for Sports Management, Media, and Business, moderates an interactive panel conversation introduced by Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group.

Panelists include:

Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, co-Chair of NYU Law’s Center for Human Rights and Global Justice; UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights

Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group; NYU Global Research Professor

Alexis Gelber, adjunct professor, NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute; former editor at Newsweek

Bill Keller, Editor-in-Chief, The Marshall Project

Gideon Rose, Editor, Foreign Affairs

Seating is available on a first come first served basis until we reach capacity. Preregistration does not guarantee entry. 

Contact Information:
Phone: 212-992-8380
Email: scps.global.affairs@nyu.edu


Your information has been sent successfully!