MPBN’s Speaking in Maine will feature 6 Camden Conference 2018 Speakers, February 26-March 1

Beginning on Monday, February 26, MPBN’s “Speaking In Maine” will feature 7 of the speakers from last weekend’s 31st Camden Conference. The schedule is as follows:

Monday, February 26 at 2pm: 

Keynote address by Stephen M. Walt, Professor of International Affairs at Harvard University, The Best of Times or the Worst of Times

Tuesday, February 27 at 2pm: 

First, Gerald Seib, Wall Street Journal Columnist and Former Washington Bureau Chief, Nationalism, Populism in the US and Their Impact on American Foreign Policy

Second, Chas W. Freeman, Jr., a former US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and former senior State Department and Defense Department official, “This Too Shall Pass.”

Wednesday, February 28 at 2pm:

First, Matthew Goodwin, Professor of Politics at the University of Kent speaking on Open vs. Closed Europe–The New Cultural Divide within the European Union

Second, Natalie Nougayrede, columnist and commentator at The Guardian and former Editor of La Monde, Can Europe Hold the Fort?

Thursday, March 1 at 2pm:

First, Evan Medeiros, Manager of the Asia Group at the Euroasia Group and former Special Assistant to Presiden Obama speaking on Politics, Nationalism and Their Impact on US-China Relation and China’s Role in World Affairs.”

Second, Cleo Paskal, Associate Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, The Three “Geos” Reshaping Our World.

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