EventMar 30, 2012
WorldAffairs 2012: Navigating in a Shifting Global Landscape
Jacob Kirkegaard speaks at the WorldAffairs 2012 conference in San Francisco, California. WorldAffairs is a conference designed for all global citizens who care about the world in which we live and want deeper insight, understanding and context surrounding critical issues of the day to weigh choices, seize opportunities and seek solutions.
The three major conference discussion topics will be:
- Global security: What are the top foreign policy priorities facing the next president?
- Global economy: How can we understand the changing dynamics of the international economic landscape?
- Global future: What might the world look like in 2050?
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