Meeting the Global Geopolitical Challenge from Russia and China
Course DescriptionJust reading the daily news headlines makes it clear that the world is going through a period of great turmoil, uncertainty, and danger. Russia and China have become a leading cause of concern. These two countries are now each a constant and growing global geopolitical challenge. This one-time event will dissect the geo-political issues involving these two countries and provide historical background to better understand how we have arrived at this moment.
- Time:10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
- Date: Tuesday, March 21
- Location: Hybrid – Virtual & On-Location – MetroLAB at FAU Ft. Lauderdale Campus & Zoom/Webex
Member – $30
Non-member – $35
One-time guest pass, Member or Non-member at the door – $35.
About the Instructor
Jeffrey Steinberg, M.A. is an Adjunct Professor at Frederick College (Frederick, MD) in Institute for Learning in Retirement. Professor at Florida Gulf Coast University Academy. I have been teaching for the past seven years in lifetime learning programs. I have taught full semester course and single lectures. BA Rutgers University in Political Science, MA Montclair State University in Social Science Research. Executive VP PTB Global Advisors (currently) a small business consulting firm with Japanese clients.
Upcoming programs presented by Jeffrey Steinberg.
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