Marquette hosted its last event of the Fall Semester on November 28th featuring Dr. Michael Rubin from the American Enterprise Institute. The event was a great discussion on a rising Kurdistan. You can learn more about it via this article by the Marquette Wire.
Aron was recently awarded the Schwarzman Scholarship. He is among 140 recipients selected from more than 4,000 applicants worldwide!
To learn more about the scholarship and Aron, you can visit Duke Today
We had a great time at the 2017 Reagan Forum and want to once again, congratulate all those who were chosen to represent AHS.
Our Duke University Chapter held a debate between Dan Blumenthal from the American Enterprise Institute and Professor Bruce Jentleson from Duke University on North Korea's Nuclear Strategy and Relationship with China.
For more info you can check out this article in The Chronicle.
The debate focused on an important and salient question of today's national security policy makers: "Should the U.S. Modernize its Nuclear Arsenal". The debate featured Dr. Matthew Kroenig from Georgetown University and the Atlantic Council and Dr. Daniel Deudney from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Steven David was the moderator and did an excellent job pushing both speakers on their positions.
You can check out the article from the Johns Hopkins Newsletter here!
The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sydney Scribner as its new Program Development Assistant, effective immediately.
Our Johns Hopkins University Chapter recently held a debate on October 10th between Dan Blumenthal from the American Enterprise Institute and Dr. Marvin Ott, a professor at Johns Hopkins University. The debate focused on how the U.S. should respond to China's aggression in the South China Sea. Dr. Steven David from Johns Hopkins moderated the debate.
For more coverage see The Johns Hopkins Newsletter.
Our University of Wisconsin, Madison Chapter held their first debate of the year on October 4th on the Syrian Civil War and the potential endgames. The debate was between Michael Singh from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Professor Andrew Kydd from the University of Wisconsin. The Chapter's President Emeritus Sam Alhadeff moderated.
To read more check out the article in The Badger Herald