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CANCELLED: Book Event: A Bright Future

WHEN: Monday, January 14, 2019 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET

WHERE: Bipartisan Policy Center, 1225 I St NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC, 20005

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Join us for a discussion of the new book, A Bright Future: How Some Countries Have Solved Climate Change and the Rest Can Follow, with co-author Joshua S. Goldstein. The book explores real-world examples of how countries have cut greenhouse gas emissions using a broad set of technologies, including renewable energy sources and nuclear power.

Complimentary copies of the book will be given to the first three people in the door. Light refreshments will be served. 


Featuring

Joshua S. Goldstein
Co-Author, A Bright Future: How Some Countries Have Solved Climate Change and the Rest Can Follow;
Professor Emeritus of International Relations, American University

Judi Greenwald
Principal, Greenwald Consulting, LLC


About the Author

Professor Joshua S. Goldstein is an award-winning scholar of international relations who has written and spoken widely on war and society, including war’s effects on gender, economics, and psychological trauma, and on peace and diplomacy. His book War and Gender won the International Studies Association’s “Book of the Decade” award. Goldstein is coauthor (with Jon C. Pevehouse) of the widely used textbook International Relations. His new book, A Bright Future (with Staffan Qvist) is on international responses to climate change, especially Sweden’s success in rapid decarbonization using nuclear power.

Goldstein’s book Winning the War on War: The Decline of Armed Conflict Worldwide (2011) was the Conflict Research Society’s “Book of the Year” in 2013. Goldstein’s book The Wounds Within (2015), coauthored with a psychotherapist, explores veterans and PTSD. Prior books include The Real Price of War (2004), Three-Way Street: Strategic Reciprocity in World Politics (1990; with John R. Freeman) and Long Cycles: Prosperity and War in the Modern Age (1988).

Goldstein has published articles in Foreign AffairsForeign PolicyAmerican Political Science ReviewJournal of Conflict Resolution, and International Studies Quarterly, among others, and Op Ed pieces in The New York TimesWashington Post, and elsewhere. Goldstein has won a MacArthur Foundation Individual Research and Writing Grant, the International Studies Association’s Karl Deutsch Award for research, and the American Political Science Association’s Victoria Schuck Award, among others, and is listed in Who’s Who in America.