Great Decisions Discussion Group – Topic: China in Africa - What interests govern China’s engagement in Africa? Should China’s growing emphasis on political ties and natural resource extraction inform U.S. relations with African nations? Wednesday evening, April 17 @ 7pm at the Rowayton Library
Developed by the Foreign Policy Association, the Great Decisions Discussion Program is the oldest and largest grass-roots world affairs education program of its kind in the country. The Great Decisions Discussion Program is FPA’s public education initiative to create more informed and engaged citizens by bringing people together to discuss U.S. foreign policy and global affairs issues. The session topics include: China in Africa, and Threat Assessment. Materials are provided to participants and are available at the Rowayton Library. This program is free and open to the public. The sessions are led by Erik Rambusch, Adjunct Professor at Norwalk Community College. Discussion dates are 4/17 and 5/1. For more information and program materials, please contact the Rowayton Library.