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BGIA Director James Ketterer Delivers U.S. Foreign Policy Speech in Belgrade 

L–R: James Ketterer and Milan Krstić
James Ketterer, dean of international studies and director of the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program (BGIA) in New York City, was recently in Belgrade for a conference on “The U.S.-Serbian Partnership: How to Use History for a Better Future,” sponsored by the University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences and the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade.

Ketterer delivered the keynote address, which focused on U.S. foreign policy in the era of President Trump. Among those in attendance were Marko Kovačević, 2005–06 alumnus of BGIA and Bard's Program in International Education and editor of the Journal of Regional Security; and conference organizer Milan Krstić of the Faculty of Political Sciences. Krstić is a 2017 alumnus of Bard’s U.S. Foreign Policy Institute, which is supported by the U.S. State Department’s Study of the U.S. Institutes program.
 
Post Date: 06-12-2018