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Reinventing Diplomacy for the 21st Century Sept. 19

Reinventing Diplomacy for the 21st Century Sept. 19

A Series of Discussions on the Rapidly Changing Diplomatic Landscape

LBJ Returns to the Nation’s Capital with New Washington Center Offering Unique 18-Month, D.C.-Focused Curriculum

LBJ Returns to the Nation’s Capital with New Washington Center Offering Unique 18-Month, D.C.-Focused Curriculum

LBJ School celebrates 50th anniversary of LBJ's legislative legacy in multi-year campaign

LBJ School celebrates 50th anniversary of LBJ's legislative legacy in multi-year campaign

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Texas Tribune FestivalFollow LBJ School Reporters As They Live Tweet the Texas Tribune Festival

Student reporters from the LBJ School's Baines Report will be live-tweeting from the annual Texas Tribune Festival Sept. 19-21. Follow the Baines Report on twitter using @TheBainesReport for update across the entire festival.  For more on the Baines Report, visit their website at http://www.bainesreport.org/. For more on the Texas Tribune Festival, visit the Festival Website.

 


Reinventing Diplomacy for the 21st Century: A Series of Discussions on the Rapidly Changing Diplomatic Landscape Sept. 19

As America begins to recover from our country's two longest wars, there is an urgent need to reassess how we prepare the next generation of global leaders to address the changing diplomatic landscape. To address some of these critical issues, the LBJ School of Public Affairs and the American Academy of Diplomacy will convene eminent diplomats, intelligence officers and military commanders for a one-day conference analyzing successes and failures in American diplomacy. "Reinventing Diplomacy for the 21st Century" will take place Friday, September 19, at the LBJ School of Public Affairs' Bass Lecture Hall. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required.

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The Rise of Sectarianism in the Middle East in an Age of Western Hegemony: 1860-2014 with ProfessorUssama Makdisi Ussama Makdisi

The LBJ School of Public Affairs will present "The Rise of Sectarianism in the Middle East in an Age of Western Hegemony: 1860-2014, " a lecture with Rice University Professor of History Ussama Makdisi, the first holder of the Arab-American Educational Foundation Chair of Arab Studies at Rice University, on Oct. 2 at 5 PM at the LBJ School's Bass Lecture Hall. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required.

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