Tuesday, October 11, 8-9:30 P.M.(EDT)
Speakers: Rajan Menon, John Feffer & Michael Klare
Moderator: Prof Avi Chomsky
The Ukraine War has become increasingly dangerous with nuclear threats and the commitments being made for a long war. It has also deepened and accelerated the Russian-Chinese military and economic “partnership” with enormous consequences for the world, not least the increasingly confrontational U.S.-Chinese competition for Asia-Pacific hegemony.
Rajan Menon, John Feffer and Michael Klare will explore these developments, their implications, and how peace and justice advocates can best respond.
|Moderator: Prof Avi Chomsky – Professor of History at Salem State University and steering committee member of the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy.
|Rajan Menon is recently returned from Ukraine. He is the director of the Grand Strategy Program at Defense Priorities and the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Chair (Emeritus) in International Relations at the Powell School, City College of New York, a Senior Research Scholar at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University, and a Non-Resident Scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
|John Feffer is the director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies. He has served as an Open Society Fellow studying the transformations that have taken place in Eastern Europe since 1989. He is the author of several books and numerous articles. His latest non-fiction book is Right Across the World. He is also the author of the dystopian trilogy of Splinterlands, Frostlands, and Songlands.
|Michael Klare is professor emeritus of peace and world security studies and director of the Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies. He is the Disarmament Correspondent and serves on the board of The Nation magazine, as well as the board of the Arms Control Association. He also serves as the Co-Chair of the Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy.
Co-sponsored by: The Campaign for Peace, Disarmament & Common Security Massachusetts Peace Action and The Committee for a Sane U.S.-China Policy