Discord, Disruptions, Disorder:
A World Without International Institutions?

Public Panel Discussion
November 15, 7PM
McNally Theatre Auditorium
Saint Mary’s University

What does the future hold for diplomacy and international cooperation?
How will the global community respond to the challenges faced by international bodies?
What role will democratic ideals and norms play in guiding international responses?

This event is co-hosted by Saint Mary’s University and Dalhousie University.


Panel participants

MODERATOR: Mercedes Stephenson, Host, The West Block, Global News

MODERATOR: Mercedes Stephenson, Host, The West Block, Global News

Ayman Mhanna, Executive Director, Samir Kassir Foundation, SKeyes Center

Ayman Mhanna, Executive Director, Samir Kassir Foundation, SKeyes Center

Kenan Rahmani, Advocacy Manager, The Syria Campaign

Kenan Rahmani, Advocacy Manager, The Syria Campaign

Daouda Sembene, Former Executive Director, International Monetary Fund

Daouda Sembene, Former Executive Director, International Monetary Fund

Dr. Antonio Ramalho da Rocha, Professor of International Relations, University of Brasilia

Dr. Antonio Ramalho da Rocha, Professor of International Relations, University of Brasilia


About the 2018 Halifax International Security Forum

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The Halifax International Security Forum is dedicated to strengthening strategic cooperation among democracies and is recognized as the leading gathering of democratic leaders committed to global security and prosperity.

The Forum brings together individuals on the ground who face consequential local threats, writers who challenge and influence the world’s thinking on security, and decision-makers who make the tough choices. The community that meets at Halifax represents more than 90 countries.