RFA Distinguished Lecture “American Realpolitik” and U.S. Foreign Policy that Conflicts with America’s Constitutional Guarantees of Freedom and Democracy – November 9

RFA Distinguished Lecture Series
USC Retired Faculty Association presents
“American Realpolitik” and U.S. Foreign Policy that Conflicts with America’s Constitutional Guarantees of Freedom and Democracy

An interactive discussion with
Jeffrey Fields
Professor of the Practice of International Relations and Director of the Dornsife Washington DC Program at the University of Southern California

His research and teaching focus on U.S. foreign policy, terrorism and counterterrorism, international security, and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. His curent book is State Behavior and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime, which explores why states choose to support or undermine specific components of the nuclear nonproliferation regime. Dr. Fields’ most recent article, “Engaging Adversaries,” examines U.S. diplomacy with so-called rogue states.

Friday, November 9, 2018
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
University Religious Center (“Fishbowl”), 835 West 34th Street, USC

RSVP Requested: bit.ly/RFALecture11-9-18

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
A light lunch will be served. There is no charge for this event.

For additional information,
contact Jerry Walker, Associate Provost (Ret.) at jbwalker@usc.edu.