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Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Retired General George Casey and General Jacoby discuss the Iraq War at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies

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At the Josef Korbel School we are committed to providing our students, faculty, staff and the greater Denver community with quality programming that features many of today's global leader.

For information about campus holidays, computer lab closures and student group meetings, please visit our campus calendar.

January 2015

Jan. 22 - The First Grader

Join Students for Africa as we watch the film The First Grader, a true story about an 80 year old man in Kenya who pursues his dream to go back to school and learn to read 

Jan. 27 - China's Grand Strategy: the Known and Unknown

Michael Pillsbury , Pentagon Consultant and the Director of the Center on Chinese Strategy at the Hudson Institute, Washington DC presents "China's Grand Strategy: the Known and Unknown"

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Jan. 28 - Post-Conflict Land Dispute Resolution: Enhancing Political Stability & Livelihoods

Christopher Moore, Founding Partner CDR Associates, and internationally renowned author of the Handbook of Global and Intercultural Negotiation

February 2015

Feb. 5 - Debating Syria

The Center for Middle East Studies presents a discussion with Reese Erlich

Feb. 18 - Conflict Resolution Perspectives on Sand Creek

Professor Ramona Beltran, and CRI Profes-sors Tamra Pearson d’Estrée and Alan Gilbert, all Evans Committee members

Feb. 19 - Jackson/Ho China Forum: John Aldrich

John Aldrich,  Pfizer-Pratt University Professor of Political Science, Duke University,  President of American Political Science Association (2013-2014) presents "How Politics – and Politicians – Shape Views of China:  Using Survey- Embedded Experiments to Assess Public Opinion about  the People Republic of China"

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Feb. 27 - Engaging Partisan Divides: Collaboration, Deliberation, and Transpartisanship

With Comm & CRI Professor Darrin Hicks, Prof. Martin Carcasson of CSU Center for Public Deliberation, and Mark Gerzon, author of A House Divided and Leading Through Conflict