Baruch College’s Marxe School Launches Spring 2018 Public Policy Breakfast Series

Experts will discuss American trade policies and its effect on U.S. national security on February 22, 2018 at free event

New York, New York – February 2, 2018 – The Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College is launching the first installment of its Spring 2018 Issues Public Policy Breakfast Series on February 22 with a panel discussion called “The Geopolitical Stakes of American Trade Policy and the Impact on U.S. National Security.”

The event is free and open to the public.

Expert panelists include Ambassador Michael Froman, the former United States Trade Representative to the Office of U.S. Trade and President Obama’s principal advisor, negotiator and spokesperson on international trade and investment issues; Carla Anne Robbins, faculty director of the Marxe School’s Master of International Affairs program and Clinical Professor of National Security Studies; and Joselyn Muhleisen, a Marxe School Doctoral Lecturer who specializes in international regimes, regulatory politics, and global governance, with a focus on trade and financial regulation. David Birdsell, dean of Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, will moderate.

 

When: Thursday, Feb. 22, 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (Free)

Where: Asriel and Marie T. Rackow Conference Center, 151 East 25 Street, 7th Floor – Room 750, New York, NY

RSVP: Register for the event here

The Marxe Issues Public Policy Breakfast Series hosts experts and thought leaders to discuss vital public policy concerns of the day and events will occur throughout the semester.

Media Contact: Suzanne Bronski / Suzanne.bronski@baruch.cuny.edu / 646-660-6093

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