The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs announces Robert J. Art as a speaker for its "Books for Breakfast" series on Thursday, June 12th, from 8:00 AM--9:15 AM. In discussing the most appropriate foreign policy strategy for the United States, Mr. Art makes a case for selective engagement, arguing that "selective engagement is not a strategy for all times, but it is the best grand strategy for these times."
The talk will be held at the Carnegie Council's Merrill House, located at 170 East 64th Street, New York City, NY.
The event fee is $25.00 and includes a continental breakfast. You may RSVP by emailing Joanne Myers. Please mention this listserv with your RSVP.
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