KQV Global Press Conference
Challenges and opportunities facing Europe
May 30, 2015
This half-hour radio program will feature Johan Verbeke, Belgian Ambassador to the United States. He will discuss "Challenges and opportunities facing Europe” with host former Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Summer Seminar on Global Issues
June 15-July 2, 2015
June 15, 2015
The Summer Seminar on Global Issues is designed to help students understand and think critically about their world—and the various issues, connections, and perspectives within it. Through a mix of classroom instruction, experiential learning activities, and discussions with experts, participants will strengthen their understanding of overarching global issues and how these issues shape the world around them.
Global Engagement and Leadership Luncheon
Global Instability: Is Disorder the New Order?
June 16, 2015
Thomas Sanderson, an expert on terrorism, transnational crime, global trends, and intelligence issues, has conducted field research in more than 60 countries. His research includes engaging with a diverse array of in-the-know people – from terrorists to foreign intelligence officials to nongovernmental organizations – to get the most accurate picture possible of what is really happening on the ground. Join us for what is sure to be an engaging and informative discussion.
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Is Syria Really that Important?
November 23, 2013
This half-hour radio program will feature Michael Doran, Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Politics, Brookings Institution. He will discuss "Is Syria Really that Important?" with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Pittsburgh KQV Global Press Conference is the Council's weekly radio show, airing on KQV News Radio AM 1410 on Saturdays at 7:00 a.m. and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Times may vary from week to week, so please check the KQV website for updates.
The half-hour program reaches more than 45,000 listeners per week. Program topics and/or times are subject to change.