"Great Decisions" Foreign Policy Association Video and Discussion

Explore a variety of current topics of deep importance both nationally and internationally, with featured commentary from notable political, academic and media figures.
 
Monday, January 28 - Global Migration
Monday, February 4 - Middle East
Monday, February 11 - Nuclear Negotiations
Monday, February 18 - U.S. and Mexico
Monday, February 25 - Cyber Conflict
Monday, March 4 - Nationalism in Europe
 
During each session participants will view the portion of the companion video centered on the theme for the evening, narrated by Academy Award-nominated actor David Strathairn.
 
Further examination and discussion follows with a lens focused on the political, practical, scientific, social and spiritual aspects of these topics.
 
Each Monday session begins at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free.
Contact Information
  1. First Congregational Church
  2. 908-233-2494
  3. uccfcc@verizon.net
Mon, January 28
7:30 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/28/2019 7:30pm 01/28/2019 9:00pm America/New_York "Great Decisions" Foreign Policy Association Video and Discussion

Explore a variety of current topics of deep importance both nationally and internationally, with featured commentary from notable political, academic and media figures.

Monday, January 28 - Global Migration

Monday, February 4 - Middle East

Monday, February 11 - Nuclear Negotiations

Monday, February 18 - U.S. and Mexico

Monday, February 25 - Cyber Conflict

Monday, March 4 - ...

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