Ethnic dinner and discussion event on “Humanitarian Intervention and US Policy”

Hello UNA Young Professionals and Friends!

I hope you enjoyed your summer. Please join us for our upcoming ethnic dinner and discussion event on “Humanitarian Intervention and US Policy”.


Time: Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm

Place: Cummins Station boardroom (Suite 422)

Address: 209 10th Ave S Nashville, TN 37203

Facilitator: Qasim Laghari

Discussion topic: “Humanitarian Intervention and US Policy”

The “responsibility to protect” doctrine has become central to modern humanitarian intervention. When should the international community intervene? Why did the West rush to intervene in Libya but not Syria?

Event and dinner are FREE.

If you would like to purchase the briefing book, which contains the discussion articles, please let me know. The 2014 books will be released soon. Please let me know if you would like to purchase one and we can take advantage of the group discount rate.

Additional Information:
The program is modeled off the World Affairs Council’s Great Decisions Program, which is the largest civic educational program on world affairs in the U.S.
Please remember that new participants are invited to join this program anytime throughout the year, even if they have not had a chance to purchase the book, which contains the articles used for our discussion. If this is the case, please contact me for additional information.
These “Great Decisions Briefing Books” can also be purchased from and are published by the Foreign Policy Association.

For more information on our United Nations Association Chapter, please visit

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