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Bruce Herschensohn to Lead Weekly U.S. Foreign Policy Roundtables
Bruce Herschensohn, senior fellow at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, will conduct weekly U.S. foreign policy discussions on Wednesdays from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 12 through Nov. 28 in classroom 188 on the Drescher Graduate Campus in Malibu.
The discussions will focus on current international events and may include such topics as the United Nations, how U.S. foreign policy is decided, the authorities of the president and Congress, becoming a foreign service or civil service officer, the transition of the presidency, the power of the media, ballistic missile defense, running for office, and the continuing effect of the Vietnam experience on current policy.
Herschensohn has been a television and radio political commentator for more than two decades. A recipient of the second highest civilian award, the Distinguished Service Medal, he served as deputy special assistant to President Nixon. Herschensohn was appointed a member of the Reagan Transition Team and in 1992 was the Republican nominee for the United States Senate in California. He was a fellow at the John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics at Harvard University and a Distinguished Fellow of the Claremont Institute. Herschensohn is the author of several books, including his most recent Taiwan: The Threatened Democracy.
The discussions are free to attend, but advanced registration is required. Please contact Marie Ann Thaler at (310) 506-7691 to sign up.