organized by the Krasno Global Events Series Tuesday, March 9, at 5.30pm, US EST Location: ONLINE - CLICK HERE to GET TO it. No RSVP necessary - please just come along - arrive online at 5.25pm In the meantime, please watch our more than 100 event videos available for free on our YOU TUBE channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KrasnoUNC
Thank you for your continued support. Greatly appreciated!
The Krasno Events Series is a series of regular lectures, talks and discussions at UNC-Chapel Hill to enhance our understanding and comprehension of global affairs, past and present.
The Krasno Events Series is part of the Krasno Global Affairs @ Business Council at UNC-CH. Both are run by Prof. Klaus Larres. For further information on Prof. Larres, see http://www.klauslarres.org
In particular in tumultuous and transitional times which have led to much unpredictability and instability, it is essential to obtain a better grasp of the driving forces, the fears and ideas as well as the personalities that shape our age.
The Krasno Global Affais & Business Council and the Krasno Events Series seek to contribute to achieving this and provide students and the general public with deeper insights into 20th and 21st century global political, social, security and economic affairs.
The Krasno Events Series consists of 3 main strands:
1. "America in World Affairs: the Cold War and Beyond" lecture series with eminent scholars and practitioners
2. "Ambassadors Forum & Distinguished Statespersons Forum" lectures and discussions with distinguished diplomats, military and politicians
3. NEW "China-US-Europe Forum" talks and discussions regarding the rise of China and its implications with experts in the field
Students, faculty, administrators and, of course, members of the general public are more than welcome to attend and participate in our events. The events are free of charge & no ticket is required. ALL WELCOME
The Krasno Events Series & the Krasno Global Affairs and Business Council are run by the Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professorship in History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.