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GREAT DECISIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY

Wednesday, October 5th

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Northern Triangle: The Origins of America's Migrant Crisis

Great Decisions examines the Western Hemisphere's migration crisis and the fractured societies at the heart of it: Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.

Wednesday, October 12th

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Competing for Influence: China In Latin America

Until recently, China had little interest in Latin America. Now, its investment is transforming the region. Great Decisions investigates this new alignment and the prospect of direct competition with the United States.

Wednesday, October 19th

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The Will of the People: Duterte's Philippines

Voters in the Philippines, fed up with a stagnant political system, opted for an unconventional candidate. Great Decisions examines President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody crackdown on drug crime and investigates how he has upended politics as usual throughout Southeast Asia.

Wednesday, October 26th

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Artificial Intelligence: The Global Race for the New Frontier

A.I. is transforming economies and societies around the world. Great Decisions assesses the possibilities and dangers of this technology, explores the mounting technological competition between China and the U.S., and asks how the international community can manage the coming wave of digital innovation.

Wednesday, November 2nd

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Yemen: A History of Conflict

Since 2015, Yemen has been consumed by an intractable, multiparty war that has created a devastating humanitarian crisis and brought millions to the brink of starvation. Great Decisions investigates the origins of the fighting, examines the motivations of foreign actors, and asks what steps the international community might take to resolve the conflict.

Wednesday, November 9th

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Americans and the World

In a democracy, foreign policy and diplomacy must be directed by the people, but survey after survey reveals dire statistics about Americans' knowledge of the world. Few Americans can name the president of France. Just one in four can find Iran on an unmarked map. Great Decisions investigates the roots of this knowledge deficit and asks what can be done to reverse it in today's increasingly global economy.

Wednesday, November 16th

1:30pm on
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South Korea NEW

South Korea's transformation into the world's twelfth largest economy has been extraordinary. Great Decisions investigates South Korea's rapid development and examines its evolving partnership with the United States.

Wednesday, November 23rd

1:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:47
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Global Supply Chains and National Security

Great Decisions investigates the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global trade and asks how to secure supply chains that stretch around the world.

Wednesday, November 30th

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Persian Gulf Security

Policymakers are reevaluating long-held assumptions about American engagement in the Persian Gulf. Great Decisions asks whether the United States remains the dominant power in a changing region.