Great Decisions Lecture Series underway at ECSU

Kesha Williams
March 23, 2010


The 2010 Spring Great Decision Lecture Series hosted by The Department of History and Political Science at ECSU will hold two additional lectures at 3 p.m. on Thursdays, March 21 and April 1, in the room 246 of Moore Hall.

The Great Decision Lecture Series is organized by the Foreign Policy Association to discuss topical issues facing the United States across the globe every year. The topics for this year range from the role of Special Envoys in American Foreign Policy; Halting Atrocities in Kenya; Transnational Crime: Globalization's Shadowy Stepchild; China and the rest of the world; the U.S. and the Persian Gulf; The Uncertain Frontier of Europe's "Far East" and Enhancing Security through Peace building.

Dr. Glen Bowman, of the History & Political Science Department, presents "Europe's "Far East": The Uncertain Frontier on March 25.

Dr. K. O. Boansi, of the ECSU History & Political Science Department, presents "The United States and the Persian Gulf "on April 1.

For more information, contact Dr. Kwabena Boansi @ 335-3332.