Inside New York

October 21 – 26

Since being inaugurated, Donald Trump inherited a broad range of foreign policy challenges and dilemmas from Syria’s ongoing civil war and ISIS, migration and international trade, to a rising China, resurgent Russia, and increasingly provocative North Korea. As we face mid-term elections, we’ll see how these topics continue to unfold on the international stage.  Join us for our second annual small-group program of briefings and special events where you will go behind-the-scenes to hear from, and question, our nation’s foreign policy makers.  We will hear directly from Ambassadors to gain a global perspective on the issues of the day.  Speakers last year included Ambassador François Delattre, Ambassador, French Mission to U.N.; Elaine French, Deputy Political Counselor, U.S. Mission to U.N.; Nikolai Galkin, Senior Political Affairs Officer in the Security Council Secretariat Branch within the Department of Political Affairs; Leo Grohowski, Executive Vice President & Chief Investment Officer for BNY Mellon Wealth Management and Dr. Steven E. Sokol, President of the American Council on Germany.  Stay at the New York Marriott East Side, close to Grand Central, New York Public Library and many restaurants.

$2,895 per person.

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"The trip overall was well prepared and full of interesting topics." - Helen Morse, FL