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An Update on US Foreign Policy & Its Influence on the Rest of the World
Saturday. 2nd October 2021. 10:00am-12:00nn

The world today is in an unprecedented state of flux where a myriad of previous disruptions across decades – 9/11 attack, the GFC, climate change debates, trans-Pacific partnerships, a once-in-a-century pandemic and the unexpected Trump Presidency and its tumultuous end – are being dealt with by a barely year-old term of the 46th POTUS, Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. off on a very rocky start.

What are the chances of success or failure? What is in store for a role that had taken center stage in the past Century? How will it affect the world?

We are honoured and privileged to have Keith Suter, opinion leader, international global strategist and one of Australia’s most influential media commentator with his own blog in a Zoom event that is open to the widest participants in different countries.




Economic Philosophy:
Are Social Justice & Individual Liberty Compatible?
2:00 - 5:00 pm.
Saturday. 16th October 2021

Through the board & pieces of Monopoly, we apply a Reflective Approach in repurposing a game to discover the fundamental principles of political economy & how to deal what seems to be a primordial dilemma between individual desires and collective aims.


Political Economy for Social Justice: Are Economic Efficiency &  Sustainable Development Compatible?
2:00 - 5:00 pm.
Saturday. 30th October 2021

Through the Settlers of Catan, we take a Reflective Approach in repurposing a game to confront & discuss the fundamental questions political economy that deal with equality in rights under conditions of scarcity and how to transcend such limits through cooperation that leads to prosperity and the end of poverty.



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