Red Teaming China: US-China Competition in the 2020s
Friday, April 5
5pm - 6:20pm
McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20

Join Dr. Aaron Friedberg and Nadege Rolland in discussing the past, present, and future of Great Power Competition between The United States and the People's Republic of China. Hosted by the Alexander Hamilton Society.

Scholarly Perspectives Spring 2024 Speaker Series on the Middle East - Dana El Kurd
Friday, April 12
1pm - 2pm
Washington Hall, Room 201

Palestinian Politics: The PA, Hamas, State-Society Divergence

    Kalatozov, Cuba, and the Missile Crisis
    Friday, April 12
    Washington Hall, Room 201
    Talk by Professor Anthony Anemone "Kalatozov, Cuba, and the Missile Crisis"
      6th Annual AHS-JQAS Debate: Defense Budget, Policy, and Strategy
      Monday, April 15
      5pm - 6pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall, McGlothlin Hall 20

      AHS & JQAS, two foreign policy organizations, are hosting their 6th debate on defense budget, policy & strategy. It features Thomas Mahnken, CSBA; Ben Friedman, Defense Priorities; Eric Brown, GRI. 

      Dr. Elle Wibisono, a VIMS and IIC Special Seminar Event
      Tuesday, April 16
      3pm - 5:30pm
      VIMS - Watermen's Hall

      Dr. Elle Wibisono, on "Combining marine science, policy, and communications for conservation impact"

      Earth Week Launch Party 
      Friday, April 19
      2pm - 4pm
      Swem Library, Conservation Patio and Hive Event Space
      Help the IIC launch Earth Week 2024 with food, fun, games and a preview of W&M student summer conservation research 
      The UN and Regional Nuclear Nonproliferation
      Friday, April 26
      5pm - 6pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      Why do regions seek to ban nuclear weapons? What challenges do they face? What role can the United Nations play? Where will success come next? Izumi Nakamitsu, UN Under-Secretary-General & High Representative for Disarmament Affairs will discuss.

      Ongoing Events

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      Asian Group Therapy (free)
      Wednesday, February 21 - Wednesday, April 17
      4pm - 5:30pm
      School of Education, 2nd floor in the Flanagan Counselor Education Clinic

      The purpose of this weekly, free counseling group is to provide a safe space for Asian students to explore issues of mental health as it intersects with racial/ethnic identity, while fostering community, empowerment, & resilience.