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Multimedia: Symposium searches for solutions to global disorder

March 26, 2010

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The 2010 International Affairs Symposium won’t offer any easy prescriptions for world peace—and that is just how the student organizers want it.

Instead, the three-day event will offer a series of dynamic discussions revealing the range of complex issues that threaten global stability. Nationally renowned experts will gather at Lewis & Clark to debate topics such as nuclear proliferation, the effectiveness of diplomacy, and the East/West power struggle.

In the following video, the symposium co-chairs and members of the steering committee discuss the symposium theme, “Global (Dis)Order: Searching for Solutions in a Changing World,” and the importance of education and communication in creating global stability.

Learn more about the 48th Annual International Affairs Symposium (April 5-7)
  • For complete event descriptions and details, please visit the symposium website.
  • For additional questions, please contact Amy Timmins, 503-768-7630.
  • Discuss the event on the official Facebook event page.
  • Take a look at images from previous symposia on Flickr.
  • Use #IAsymp to join in the conversation on Twitter.
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