American Foreign Policy

American Foreign Policy
Thursdays from 3 to 4:30 p.m..
$125 for 5-part series or $35 a lecture

Master Class with Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

January 20: Artificial Intelligence
February 10: China in Africa
March 31: Kashmir
April 7: Colombia
April 21: Nuclear Weapons

In this continuing lecture series, Dr. Jeffrey Morton will address global challenges that are rapidly changing. Not one of the topics is what it was a decade ago and each one’s future evolution will have enormous strategic implications for the United States and the international system.

Jeffrey S. Morton is Professor of World Politics at Florida Atlantic University and a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association. Dr. Morton received his Master’s degree from Rutgers University in 1991 and his Ph.D. at the University of South Carolina in 1995. The author of three books, numerous journal articles and book chapters, Professor Morton has published on issues ranging from the legality of interventions and weapons of war to the United Nations, Israeli security and U.S. foreign policy. Dr. Morton has lectured nationally on matters relating to U.S. foreign policy, is the recipient of the FAU Researcher of the Year Award, Talon Service Award, and was the 2019 FAU Distinguished Teacher of the Year.

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