U. S. Army War College Panel Discussion
Program Type:Virtual Programs
The Peters Township Public Library will welcome senior officers from the U.S. Army War College for a panel discussion on Applying Strategic Empathy: From Humanitarian Relief to Great Power Competition. The officers will appear in person at the library on Tuesday, May 23, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.
Register at ptlib.org/awc23 to reserve your seat for this program or receive the Zoom link.
This will be the 17th consecutive year the library has hosted a panel discussion with officers from the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. This presentation is part of the Eisenhower Series College Program with the U.S. Army War College. Participants may come to the library or watch from home. Seating is available in the lobby and around the second-floor rotunda. Additional overflow seating is in the Multi-Purpose Room.
Strategic empathy is one of many capabilities the U.S. Army War College seeks to enhance in the rising senior leaders who participate in its resident 10-month master’s degree program. Government actors become more effective when they apply strategic empathy and, thereby, more fully understand the nuanced perspectives and motivations of their allies, partners, competitors, and adversaries.
Featured speakers for the program include:
Dr. Michael Neiberg will serve as the moderator for the discussion.
Colonel Dena Goble will share her insights regarding the importance of strategic empathy as a U.S. Army Reserve military police and civil affairs officer recently responsible for leading 800 soldiers during US resettlement operations for thousands of Afghan refugees.
Brigadier General Atul Bhat from the Indian Army will give the audience an opportunity to improve their own strategic empathy for India as he candidly explains the historical challenges, current dilemmas, and emerging opportunities for India as it navigates the great power competition between the United States and China.
Peters Township Public Library is a GOLD STAR Library, which is part of the Pennsylvania Library Association PA Forward initiative. Libraries can give citizens of all ages the knowledge and skills they need to improve their lives, to contribute effectively in their communities, and to participate in civil discourse.
This is a hybrid event - you can either attend in person at the library or watch via Zoom. When registering for the program, make sure to select your preferred option from the drop down at the bottom of the form.