Dornsife Dialogues: Exploring the Role of the U.S. on the Global Stage

Thursday, March 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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With the global balance of power in flux, to what degree should the United States try to maintain the post-World War II order? Should we try to remain the worlds dominant power and defender of democracy and free markets? Or is there another path forward for the U.S. -- something in between the America-first policy and the global superpower of the past? You're invited to join some of USC Dornsife's most respected scholars from the School of International Relations (SIR) as they explore the role of the U.S. on the global stage.

Moderated by David Kang, Maria Crutcher Professor in International Relations, vice chair of SIR, and professor of business and East Asian languages and cultures, panelists include Carol Wise, professor of political science and international relations; Brian Rathbun, professor of international relations; and Saori Katada, professor of international relations.

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Join us for stimulating online forums in which leading scholars and distinguished alumni from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences share new perspectives, research-based findings and fresh insight on timely topics. The free events are open to the entire USC community and general public.
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