November 7, 2013
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Conference on Foreign Relations: “China’s Maritime Disputes”

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Sebastian Souchet '16 and Sindre Viksand '14 Sebastian Souchet ’16 and Sindre Viksand ’14 were among the student representatives from Adelphi University to attend the Conference on Foreign Relations Back-to-School Event on Friday, October 4, 2013 at the CFR New York headquarters, located at 58 East 68th Street.

The 2013 series began with “China’s 2ari3me 4isputes.” 5t was followed by a panel discussion, en3tled “The Chinese 4ream6 At 7ome and Abroad,” featuring CFR experts Elizabeth C. Economy and Adam Segal in a conversa3on with “Foreign Affairs” editor Gideon Rose. There was a networking recep3on for students to hear more about CFR and discuss career and internship opportuni 3es with staff from various departments, including Studies, <ublica3ons, “Foreign Affairs,” Na3onal

This piece appeared in the Political Science Newsletter Fall 2013 edition.

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