You are cordially invited to attend a lecture on the topic of
Lessons Learned From the Russo-Ukraine War and How They Can be Applied to a U.S. China Conflict
Mr. Robert Roseberry
IWP Strategic Intelligence Studies M.A. Program
Monday, January 30, 2023
5:00-6:00 PM EST
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th St. NW
Washington D.C. 20036
Marlatt Mansion, Commodore Barry Room
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***This lecture is part of the Student Speaker Series***
About the Lecture
As Russia and Ukraine clash for the survival of their civilizations there are many lessons that can be learned from this war. These lessons should be studied if the United States desires an advantage against the rising threat of China. The areas covered in this presentation will include the will to fight and the how to fight. In these sections there are many factors that could hinder the United States should a conflict erupt with China Finally, several possible solutions to the dilemmas that are before the United States will be discussed.
About the Speaker
Mr. Robert T. Roseberry holds a Bachelor of Science in Strategic Intelligence and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Psychology and is completing his Master of Strategic Intelligence Studies from IWP. He has studied Eastern European history and its’ political workings since he was a teenager. As a native Ukrainian he has followed the developments of the war between Ukraine and Russia and has formulated theory that could be useful should China assume a more aggressive posture that would quickly escalate. Robert currently lives in South Carolina and enjoys traveling and a good Irish whiskey.
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