Exploring The New World Order & Nuclear Security – September 20,2017

REGISTER NOW! Advance online registration required. Limited spaces!

You’re invited… Join us quickly after work for a thought-provoking discussion on a major foreign policy topic and how it could influence your business internationally.

This event is part of our small group Business Briefings series which adds a deeper level of discussion to our gatherings. We draw inspiration from articles in well-established publications and build on these by delving deeper into how foreign relations and geopolitical developments could influence our businesses/the global economy.

Let’s draw on the wealth of knowledge within our IBCircle to gain valuable perspectives. What developments should we be aware of? What initiatives are on the horizon? And what challenges and opportunities will these be creating for business across the globe? What can we learn?  Find out! Powerful insights and lively, cordial and stimulating discussions for sure!
Our Speakers/Discussion Leaders for this evening:

  • Tom Farer – Professor and Former Dean of Josef Kobel School of International Studies at DU as well as former President of the University of New Mexico. Tom started his career working  at the Pentagon for Secretary McNamara on nuclear issues and has been following them ever since. (click here for bio)
  • Suzanne Ghais – Mediator, Facilitator, Trainer, and Scholar with over 25 years in the field of conflict resolution. Her research and practice have spanned Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Chad, Liberia, Myanmar, and the Philippines, and she has lived in Europe and the Middle East. (click here for bio)

Discussion Synopsis for this evening:
Exploring The New World Order & Nuclear Security. Let’s take a global perspective and look at: how blocs and alliances and strategic partnerships between nations are changing at present compared to in times past. Which nations are taking a leadership role and what will this mean? And how does this impact the prospects for nuclear security and conflict resolution? And what will this mean to international business? And more…

5:30 PM – Guests arrive, networking + cash coffee bar
5:45 PM – Introductions and topic overview
5:55 PM – Subject expert speakers – special remarks/insights/stimulating ideas to spark participant discussion
6:10 PM – Discussion on topic facilitated by main subject experts and moderator
7:00 PM – Close (Attendees are welcome to continue discussions informally by going out for drinks/dinner)
City Stacks – an independent bookstore located at 1743 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202. (Click here for details). City Stacks is well-known for its Mayan Hot Chocolate.


Registrations for Individual members: $45 per event
Registrations for Annual Patrons, Sponsors & Corporate Members: Free

Advanced, on-line registrations required. The IBCircle has a standard no-refund policy. Space is limited to 25 maximum. Early booking recommended.


Paul Kullman is President of Business Beyond Borders, a strategic business consultancy that assists companies to successfully trade and invest around the world. Since 1998, Paul has served in Beijing, São Paulo, Brussels and Guadalajara as a Commercial Diplomat for the U.S. Department of Commerce. In 2014, he began working at Commerce’s office in Denver where he gave export advice to local companies in a number of sectors, including optics and photonics, education & training, publishing & media, and financial & investment services. Paul has an entrepreneurial background, having founded and managed four private companies in the trade, education, art and real estate sectors. He holds a BA in journalism from San Diego State University, an MA in international relations from San Francisco State University and another MA in political science from George Washington University. Paul speaks Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, German, French, Swedish and English.

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