Course: Dartmouth Summer Lecture 2: Autocracy's Rise, Sharp Power, and the Growing Threat to Democracy (OSH-PXDART2)

Over a protracted period of time, authoritarian powers have mobilized and taken the initiative, and in the process sought to reshape the global landscape. Led by ambitious regimes in China and Russia, the multiyear authoritarian surge poses enormous challenges to democratic standards, principles, and ideas. If the United States and its democratic allies are to meet this top order challenge and set the global trajectory on a more positive course, they will need a new, more competitive mindset.

 Session: OSH324.PXDART2 (22 seats (18%) remaining)

Schedule: Wednesday, July 17
Times: 09:00am - 11:30am

Bulletin

Classes held online following set schedule. The program will run 9AM until about 10:15AM, then there will be a 20-30 minutes break. We will resume around 10:45 AM with Q&A and end at 11:30 AM.

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
Christopher Walker

Facility Detail

Synchronous Online
Classes held online following set schedule.