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Lecture puts climate change in context

Former Minister of Environment of Morocco and climate change activist Hakima El Haité presented “Climate Change and International relations” for the 2023 Benzair Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lecture Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium. 

Speaker considers E.U. peacekeeping role

The International Studies Institute sponsored a lecture Wednesday featuring Noelle Lenoir, a French international lawyer. Her talk titled “Europe Reborn: Taking Stock of the European Union’s Response to the War in Ukraine” was held in Morgan Auditorium at noon before an audience of about 30.

Rubin considers economy

Robert Rubin, former secretary of the treasury and president for economic policy and director of the National Economic Council, was the annual Bhutto-Ispahami Lecturer. Rubin shared his predictions for the U.S. economic and political future April 25 in the Campus Center.

Refugee crisis analyzed

Alexander Betts, director of the Refugee Studies Centre, highlighted the approximately 5 million Syrian refugees that have been forcefully displaced within their own country’s borders Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.  Betts, a professor at Green-Templeton College at the University of Oxford, was the speaker for the annual Benazir Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lectureship.

DACA, security discussed

Roughly 130 members of the University community attended the 10th annual Benazir Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lectureship hosted by the University’s International Studies Institute Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.

Potter addresses nuclear terrorism in lecture

Potter presented his lecture “Confronting the Challenges of Nuclear Terrorism and Proliferation: Is There a Way Forward?” Wednesday in the Campus Center ballroom at the ninth annual Bhutto Ispahani International lectureship.

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