Roundtable: What does American “strength” mean in the 21st century?

A B-2 bomber drops its payload. What defines U.S. “strength” in the 21st century?

The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy presents its second roundtable for the spring 2012 semester.

This roundtable will focus on the question posed by Washington Post columnist David Ignatius:

What does American “strength” mean in the 21st century?  Is it a recovery of the kind of power and prerogative the United States had, say, in the Ronald Reagan years?  Or is it something more aligned with changes in the global balance?

Dr. James M. Ludes of the Pell Center and Dr. William Leeman of the History Department will lead the discussion on Thursday, February 16th, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 pm in the library at Ochre Court.

Pell Center Roundtable lunches explore emerging issues in a small group setting intended to encourage an exchange of views.

Seating is limited to 15 members of the Salve Regina Community. Please R.S.V.P. by February 13, 2012 to [email protected]

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