Sunday, August 6, 2017

Aug 9 Global Conversations: Nuclear Security

There's still time to register!   https://www.globalminnesota.org/event/global-conversations-nuclear-security/?utm_source=E-news+August+2%2C+2017&utm_campaign=E-news+August+2%2C+2017&utm_medium=email

As major challenges to non-proliferation efforts from state and non-state actors continue, concern mounts about the possibility of terrorist attacks with "dirty bombs" made from captured nuclear materials.

Join the conversation with Augsburg College Professor Joseph Underhill, Ph.D., as he leads an important discussion about the way forward for U.S. nuclear security policy.

Professor Underhill teaches courses in environmental politics, international relations, and political methodology at Augsburg College. He directs the International Relations Program and Model United Nations programs at Augsburg and takes students to New Zealand, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Egypt, and Tanzania.

Wednesday, August 9 | 6:00 pm | Free
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