U.S. Priorities at the 68th UN General Assembly, Sept 12, 9:30am, Georgetown UniversitySeptember 5, 2013 # 9:57 pm # Armed Conflict, Education, Foreign Policy, Human Rights, International Law, International Organizations # No Comment
The Master of Science in Foreign Service Program and the Mortara Center for International Studies present:
U.S. Priorities at the 68th UN General Assembly
The U.S., the United Nations, and a World of Shared Challenges
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Please join us for remarks by Dean Pittman, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, for a discussion of U.S. priorities at the General Assembly, the state of multilateral diplomacy, the expanding role for youth in international affairs, and the prospect for creative solutions to today’s challenges.
For 68 years, the annual opening of the UN General Assembly has served to focus global attention on pressing issues and enduring challenges. This year’s General Assembly will convene on September 23, 2013, and member states, including the U.S., are preparing their delegations for high-level diplomacy on matters related to development, regional conflicts, human rights, climate change, and much more.