The Burkle Center and Zócalo Public Square form a partnership to bring discussion and debate of global issues to the wider Southern Californian community.
This year, the Burkle Center and Zócalo Public Square, a Los Angeles-based non- profit, launched a joint initiative to bring discussion and debate of critical issues of global importance to the wider Southern California community. Zócalo Public Square connects people to ideas and to each other in an open, accessible, non-partisan and broad-minded spirit. Together, the Burkle Center and Zócalo Public Square will present speakers in venues across Los Angeles, who explore the social, economic, technological, and environmental forces that shape human interactions and influence global relations.
"How America Ends its Wars" — Gideon Rose, Editor at Foreign Affairs
Moderated by Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala
Previous events include:
"Are Hedge Funds Heroes or Villains?" — Sebastian Mallaby, Council on Foreign Relations
"How Women are Transforming the Middle East" — Isobel Coleman, Council on Foreign Relations
"The Limits of American Power" — Peter Beinart, journalist and author
Published: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
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