June 05, 2018

A World in Disarray

By Julianne Smith

WGVU talks at length regarding the June 12th CNAS event at the Ford Museum, "A World in Disarray: Prospects and Challenges for Transatlantic Cooperation" with the Center for a New American Security’s Julianne Smith. Representatives from CNAS will travel to Grand Rapids, Michigan on June 12-13 as part of the Across the Pond, In the Field initiative to engage new audiences from across the United States on substantive national security issues. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2Lnppj4


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