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  • US Role in a Changing World: Militarization of US Foreign Policy and the Future of Global Security

    Apr-12-18

    Join CIP's William Hartung at the Women's National Democratic Club for a lecture and lunch. This talk will discuss the consequences of our current approach to solving complex security challenges, and how to create a more effective, less militarized approach to protecting America and the world... Read More »

  • Investing in Minds, Not Missiles: Recucing the Treat of Nuclear War

    Apr-09-18

    MIT Panel A - Continuing Dangers from Nuclear Weapons: The Weapons Lobby: William Hartung (Center for International Policy)... Read More »

  • Jobs, Security, and Human Rights: Striking a Balance in U.S. Arms Export Policy

    Apr-05-18

    Join leading experts in this event, which will seek to answer two main questions: 1) Are arms exports the best way to create jobs in the United States?; and 2) How should the administration and the Congress balance economic, strategic, and human rights factors to ensure that U.S. arms exports are serving U.S. and global security interests? This event is co-hosted by the Security Assistance Monitor and Forum on the Arms Trade. Media are especially encouraged to attend.... Read More »

  • Great Decisions lecture series brings foreign policy experts to Williamsburg

    Mar-06-18

    When: 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays in February and March. Where: Williamsburg Regional Library. Cost: $10 per lecture.... Read More »

  • “Perpetual War” a presentation and discussion with William Hartung

    Jan-24-18

    With the current political climate creating a perpetual raincloud around our heads and our social media feeds, it can be hard to get out of that hopeless mindset. Even though it seems as though there is nothing that you can do to help, the Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War (KNOW) are providing some solutions for the Kalamazoo community. On Wednesday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. at the First Congressional Church, KNOW will be hosting a presentation and discussion with author William Hartung titled, “Perpetual War: Massive Human and Economic Costs of the Corporate Grip on the Pentagon Budget.”... Read More »

  • At the Turning Point: Economics, Security, and American Politics

    Nov-13-17

    Economists for Peace and Security will hold its 10th annual policy Symposium in Washington DC on November 13, 2017, to discuss economics, and American politics as well as the economic dimensions of current critical security issues. The program will feature three panels of senior specialists who will present the elements of a program to address the most fundamental issues animating American political discourse... Read More »

  • Divest from the War Machine Summit

    Oct-17-17

    On October 21-22, 2017, CODEPINK is hosting a Launch Summit to kick off the “Divest from the War Machine” campaign. We will hear from a broad range of arms trade and foreign policy experts as well as divestment organizers who will teach the skills and knowledge necessary to create a successful divestment movement targeting the arms manufacturers at the roots of the war machine.... Read More »

  • National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism

    Nov-20-15

    Mel Goodman to speak on "National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism" in Santa Fe... Read More »

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