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Ripon College International Relations Club Present: Wisconsin and the World

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Rodman Center for the Arts

Rodman Center for the Arts, Congress St, Ripon, WI 54971

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Wisconsin and the World is an event hosted by the Ripon College International Relations Club intended to enlighten the conversation on issues pertaining to international affairs. Wisconsin and the World is hosting a variety of speakers, including...

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Former CIA Director, Jim Woolsey

Executive Director of the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security, Dr. Peter Pry

Chairman of High Frontier and Chairman Emeritus of Applied Research Associates, Ambassador Hank Cooper

Award-winning investigative journalist and best-selling author, Richard Miniter

Senior Vice President of the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC, Ilan Berman

Former Director of NASA’s Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California, Pete Worden

Former Governor and US Health and Human Services Secretary, Tommy Thompson

Retired General of the U.S. Army and Former 2004 Candidate for President, Wes Clark

Former Special Assistant for Policy to Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Dan Gallington

Financial Specialists, Dan Weiss, Tim Bickmore, and Nathaniel Leach




Topics

Jim Woolsey: National Security Threats to the US

Peter Pry: Electromagnetic Pulse and Cyber Warfare

Hank Cooper: Protect the Electric Grid from the Bottom Up

Rich Miniter: The Twilight of post-World War II institutions--IMF, NATO, UN--and what it means for America's Future Foreign Policy

Ilan Berman: The Contemporary Challenge Posed by the Islamic Republic

Pete Worden: America’s Future in the Solar System

Tommy Thompson: The Impact of Medical Diplomacy in a Shifting Global Landscape

Wes Clark: Importance and Future of NATO

Dan Gallington: “Dumb, Dumber and Dumbest” – a sharp critique of US national security policies since Reagan

Dan Weiss, Tim Bickmore, and Nathaniel Leach: behavioral finance, controversial finance topics or current financial events



A ticket is required to enter the conference. Please reserve tickets timely prior to the event as there is limited seating. The event is free to the public, but it is important to reserve a ticket as soon as possible to ensure your possibility at a seat, as there is limited space for guests.


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