At a time when the importance of global engagement and responsible state action have become crystal clear, the opening panel at the Hamilton Lugar School’s nonpartisan conference on America’s Role in the World® brought together activists and experts to discuss one of the defining issues of our time: the climate crisis.
America’s Role in the World®
As part of the Hamilton Lugar School’s nonpartisan conference on America’s Role in the World®, Senator Todd Young will give the inaugural Richard G. Lugar Lecture on Friday, March 6 at 9am in the Shreve Auditorium.
As part of the Hamilton Lugar School’s nonpartisan conference on America’s Role in the World®, journalist Emily Atkin will moderate a discussion on climate change and the American public on Thursday, March 5 from 9:45 to 11am in the Shreve Auditorium.
“I’m still bullish about America’s place in the century unfolding before us,” says Ambassador William J. Burns, despite a “more crowded, complicated and competitive world” in which the United States no longer enjoys unquestioned dominance and other nations are increasingly flexing their economic and geopolitical muscle.
The Ukraine scandal that led to the impeachment of President Trump brought sudden attention to Marie Yovanovitch, a decorated career diplomat who served as the US Ambassador to Ukraine until being recalled from her post last spring.
Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies convenes its fifth annual conference on America’s Role in the World® on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6. The nonpartisan conference takes place on the IU Bloomington campus and is open to all IU students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the… Read more »
A new feature to the Hamilton Lugar School’s annual America’s Role in the World® conference was the student editorial writing contest. Open to all IU Bloomington students, the contest was judged by Carol Giacomo, the foreign policy editorial writer for The New York Times and Indiana University’s new Poynter Chair. First place went to third-year… Read more »