America and the World: Key Topics in International Affairs

92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave
Room S251
New York, NY 10128

This participatory class explores America’s role on the world stage given the recent shifts in global trends and the balance of power. A rising China and a revisionist Russia have caused renewed fears of a great-power conflict, and a wave of trade protectionism and autocracy have raised questions about the future of democracy. How should the US face these and other challenges and position itself to successfully navigate future conflicts?

This class will be taught by Laura Resnick Samotin, an instructor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a PhD candidate in Political Science at Columbia University.

The class is open to everyone and no prior subject matter knowledge is required. Come with any questions you would like to discuss - all perspectives welcome.

For any questions or assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at or (917) 349-2458.

Monday, 02 December, 2019


Brian Levin

Phone: (917) 349-2458
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