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The Future of International Information: American and Russian Approaches

January 14 @ 12:00 pm CST

/ Free

Information has increasingly become both a tool for development and a weapon for misinformation, control of infrastructure, and the separation of both national and international societies. It has become a major issue for every nation.

Join a virtual panel discussion on U.S. and Russian approaches and the future of information.


Speakers

  • Bernadine Joselyn, Director of Public Policy and Engagement, Blandin Foundation; Former Diplomat and Specialist in Russian Affairs
  • Steve Kelley, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota; Specialist on the Impact of Technologies; Former State Senator; Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota Law School
  • Dr. Maria NitikenkovaEditor-in-Chief, “Russia and America in the XXI Century” – Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Head of Division, Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Dr. Alexi Titkov, Professor, Russian University for the Humanities; Editor-in-Chief, “The Historical Reporter;” Director, The Center for Humanitarian Technologies – Russian University for the Humanities
  • Michael Wright, University of Minnesota Senior Fellow; Author; Founding Partner at Intercepting Horizon; Technology Entrepreneur
  • Moderator: Mark Ritchie, President, Global Minnesota

Presented in partnership with Committee on Foreign Relations of Minnesota, The Museum of Russian Art, and the Russian American Business and Culture Council.

Details

Date:
January 14
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free