ON 5 NOVEMBER, JOIN US FOR THE LAUNCH OF LIBERTAS: A NEW INITIATIVE IN THE DISCUSSION OF US FOREIGN POLICY.....
Libertas (www.libertas.bham.ac.uk <http://www.libertas.bham.ac.uk/> ) is a website linking scholars, the media, and the general public in engagement with and interrogation of US foreign policy past, present, and future. We seek not only to study US policymaking but to explore its roots within the American culture from which it emanates. In pursuit of this mission, we do not seek to be "pro-American" or "anti-American" but to examine American interaction with the rest of the global community.
We wish to consider not only the production of US foreign policy but also the response to and negotiation of that foreign policy, and the American activities it produces, by other governments, groups, and individuals. Libertas will feature cutting-edge, timely analysis with daily podcasts and briefings, weekly analyses, and a discussion board. This will be supported by the highest-quality academic research and publication from associates in the United Kingdom and throughout the world.
Libertas is already working with partners in Dublin, New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Bologna, Beirut and Tehran and more links will be made in the near-future. Libertas welcomes contributions from all in the media and in the academic community to ensure the liveliest and most productive exchanges in the discussion of US foreign policy and the world.
For more information, contact Bevan Sewell at firstname.lastname@example.org or Scott Lucas at email@example.com.
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