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Author: James Stavridis; University of North Florida.; World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.
Publisher: 2010.
Series: Distinguished voices lecture series.; Global issues forum.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Admiral James G. Stavridis, Supreme Allied Commander Europe and Commander U.S. European Command, discusses the connections between the United States and Europe and why those connections are profoundly important to us as a nation. Focuses on a group of main concerns: declining population in Europe, Afghanistan, the coalition in the Balkans, Russia, cyber warfare, Iran, terrorism on European targets, piracy on the  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Stavridis; University of North Florida.; World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.
OCLC Number: 606592009
Notes: Presented at the University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, March 16, 2010, as part of the University of North Florida's Distinguished voices lecture series.
Description: 1 videodisc (49 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format.
Series Title: Distinguished voices lecture series.; Global issues forum.
Responsibility: [presented by] University of North Florida Distinguished Voices and The World Affairs Council of Jacksonville Global Issues Evenings.

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Admiral James G. Stavridis, Supreme Allied Commander Europe and Commander U.S. European Command, discusses the connections between the United States and Europe and why those connections are profoundly important to us as a nation. Focuses on a group of main concerns: declining population in Europe, Afghanistan, the coalition in the Balkans, Russia, cyber warfare, Iran, terrorism on European targets, piracy on the high seas, and the narcotic trade (particularly heroin which comes 90% from Afghanistan). Stavridis emphasizes that it is necessary for the U.S. and NATO to be militarily strong, but it is equally or more important to "launch ideas." He urges his audience to learn diverse languages, to study cultures, and most of all to read whether fiction or nonfiction.

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