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Thurs., Dec. 5
Global Economic Trends
Stephen S. Roach
Former Chief Economist,
"China & America: Coming
Grips with Codependency"
6 PM Reception
7 PM Lecture
Wed., Dec. 11
Jim Walsh, PhD
Research Associate, MIT
Security Studies Program
"My 5 Dinners with
Amadinejad: Iran, the
US and the Future of
the Middle East"
7:15 - 9 AM
Wed., Jan. 8
Showing of Documentary
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GLOBAL ECONOMIC TRENDS LECTURE - thursday,
Annual Global Economic Trends
Stephen S. Roach
Economist, Morgan Stanley and Senior Fellow,
Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University
America: Coming to Grips with Codependency”
Hosted by Pitney Bowes Inc.
Thursday, December 5,
Bowes World Headquarters
1 Elmcroft Road, Stamford, CT
Reception (light buffet), 7 p.m. Lecture
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$45 Forum Member $55 Non-Member
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THE WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM ANNOUNCES
FUTURE GLOBAL LEADER $10,000 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
The World Affairs Forum is pleased to announce that
Caroline McArdle, a senior at the Wooster
School in Danbury, Connecticut, is the winner of the
Future Global Leader Award for Fairfield County and the
$10,000 Merit Scholarship for college. The award program
is funded this year by Pitney Bowes, Inc. and the
Hutchins Family Foundation. McArdle has
participated in and won awards for a wide variety of
extra-curricular activities, including Model UN, Future
Problem Solving International, and Peace Jam. She is
also the President of the Wooster School’s chapter of
The Forum also
announced that the first runner-up is Cassia
Bardos, a senior at Greenwich High School,
who also has an impressive academic record and history
of involvement in international affairs. She is
Co-President of the Greenwich High School Israel Club,
Communication Director of the Middle East Club and
member of Model UN.
An award ceremony
hosted by Pitney Bowes will be held in conjunction with
the World Affairs Forum’s Global Economic Trends Lecture
at Pitney Bowes World Headquarters, described above.
AMBASSADORS' ROUNDTABLE BREAKFAST - Wednesday,
Dr. Jim Walsh
Research Associate, MIT Security Studies Program
"My 5 Dinners with Amadinejad:
Iran, the US and the Future of the Middle East"
Dr. Jim Walsh's
research and writings focus on
international security, and in particular, topics
involving nuclear weapons and terrorism. He is one of a
handful of Americans who has traveled to both Iran and
North Korea for talks with officials about nuclear
issues. Dr. Walsh's comments and analysis have appeared
in numerous national and international media outlets.
Recent publications include "Egypt's Nuclear Future:
Proliferation or Restraint?" in
"Sanctions Can't Be the Centerpiece," in Room for
New York Times;
"How to Deal with Iran" and "A Solution for the US-Iran
Nuclear Standoff" with Thomas Pickering and William
Luers in the
New York Review of Books.
Dr. Walsh also
served as editor for the book series,
Terrorism: Documents of International &
Coffee Available: 7:00 AM
Breakfast: 7:15 AM
Presentation: 7:50 AM
Adjourn: 8:50 AM
AR Members: No Charge
Guests of AR Members: $30
General Public: $50