America’s Role in the World: A Debate Tuesday, May 7, 2019 | 7:00-8:30pm | Filene Auditorium How should the United States engage with the world? What mix of military strength, diplomacy, and other means best serves our interests? How successful has our foreign policy been? These are critical questions for any nation to answer, but none more so than the United States, whose actions affect every corner of the world. Please join speakers Eugene Gholz (University of Notre Dame), Jennifer Lind (Dartmouth College), Constanze Stelzenmuller (Brookings Institution), Jake Sullivan (Dartmouth College), Stephen Wertheim(Columbia University), for a spirited conversation on this vital topic moderated by Daryl Press (Dartmouth College.) “America's Role in the World” is an event series co-hosted by the Brookings Institution and Charles Koch Institute. This event is supported by the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College. Free and open to all.