US Election Panel w/Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman – 7 Nov

The CIC-Toronto branch is pleased to present, in conjunction with the Ryerson History Society, the International Issues Discussion (IID) series at Ryerson University –

The Next 4 Years: The Election, the U.S., & the World

Wednesday, November 7,  at 6:30pm 

Ryerson University, George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre

245 Church Street,room ENG 103

The panel will be –

  •  Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman, whose 40 year career in the Canadian foreign service was highlighted by appointments as Ambassador to the Russian Federation, Italy, the European Union, and as High Commissioner in the United Kingdom. One of Canada’s most respected commentators on international affairs, he now serves as Ryerson University’s Distinguished Visiting Diplomat. More info is available at  http://www.ryerson.ca/history/faculty/kinsmanj.html
  • Dr. Robert Teigrob, with the Department of History at Ryerson University, whose expertise is on international relations, the United States, and Canadian-American relations. See  http://www.ryerson.ca/history/faculty/teigrobr.html and
  • Dr. Arne Kislenko, with the Department of History at Ryerson University and the Trinity College International Relations Programme, University of Toronto, whose expertise is on international relations, U.S. foreign policy, and national security affairs.  See http://www.ryerson.ca/history/faculty/kislenkoa.html

All are welcome and admission is FREE.

There is NO pre-registration – seating is not guaranteed.