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University of Maine School of Law

Speaking in Maine takes us next to Portland and the University of Maine School of Law for a talk by Dr. Lindiwe Majele Sibanda of Zimbabwe on “Overcoming Food Insecurity: Ideas and Inspiration from Zimbabwe to Maine.”

For more on Sibanda and the talk, click here.

Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations

Speaking in Maine takes us next to Northport and the Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations. The speaker is Andrew Cockburn, Washington Editor for Harper’s Magazine, speaking on how the U.S. came to adopt a strategy of assassination, and why it failed.

For more about Cockburn and the Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations, click here.

Having just returned from a trip to Europe, U.S. Sen. Angus King of Maine says he’s concerned about the rhetoric emerging from the GOP presidential campaign that he says seeks to marginalize Muslims.

Briefing reporters on Friday at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, King said that while the U.S. is not immune to a terrorist attack like the one in Brussels earlier this week, he believes that European countries are more susceptible.

All this week Speaking in Maine features highlights of the 2016 Camden Conference. The Camden Conference was founded in 1987 as a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization whose mission is to foster informed discourse on world issues. The focus of the conference this year was “The New Africa.”

Today’s speaker is Mr. Kingsley Moghalu, professor of practice in international business and public policy and senior fellow in the Council on Emerging Market Enterprises at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

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All this week Speaking in Maine features highlights of the 2016 Camden Conference. The Camden Conference was founded in 1987 as a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization whose mission is to foster informed discourse on world issues. The focus of the conference this year was “The New Africa.”

Today’s speaker, Ms. Jennifer Cooke, is director of the CSIS Africa Program, which she joined in 2000. The program provides balanced and forward-looking analysis of political and economic dynamics within African states to better inform U.S. policy choices.

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