Governor Bill Richardson: War and Peace—The Importance of Multilateral Diplomacy
Monday, February 1, 4:00–5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Diplomacy isn’t just about winning. It’s about creatively collaborating to craft a solution that works for both parties. How the United States does this as it moves forward in a complicated world stage will be more than challenging.
Professor Black taught an array of subjects, including grassroots development, international and comparative politics, media, and human rights. She is a founding generation Peace Corps member in Chile, and served several terms on the national board of Amnesty International USA.
Governor Bill Richardson currently operates the Richardson Center for Global Engagement, a foundation focused on conflict resolution, prisoner release, and environmental protection. His long career includes serving seven terms as U.S Congressman, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under President Clinton, and Secretary of Energy. As a diplomat and Special Envoy to the Organization of American States (OAS), Richardson successfully won the release of hostages and American servicemen in North Korea, Cuba, Iraq, and the Sudan.
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