Fridays with COMPEL Carlos Rizowy – “Global Expansion of the American Dream in the Emerging Markets” – February 12
333 S Service Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
GLOBAL EXPANSION OF THE AMERICAN DREAM IN THE EMERGING MARKETS: WHY ARE WE THERE? WAR AND PEACE UNDER THE NEW WORLD ORDER
Political analyst Dr. Carlos G. Rizowy will examine change and continuity in a transformed world; the globalizing economy; the conflicts of demographics, migration, urbanization and ethnic shifts; the growing potential for consensus and conflict; and power sharing and challenges. After this presentation, you will see the world from a different perspective. Dr. Rizowy will drill down from a whole world view to further practical understanding for our business and personal futures.
In demand as a public speaker and media commentator, Carlos repeatedly addresses 40 to 70 event audiences a year. He has presented to the Council on Foreign Relations, the National Strategy Forum, Rotary International, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and many major universities, including the Stanford University Law Forum. He has also addressed many trade organizations, training seminars, board of directors. His topics include foreign policy, security, terrorism, the Middle East and foreign trade.
Carlos’ unique insights concerning the Middle East, and in particular the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, originated during his studies at Hebrew University of Jerusalem with Professor Yehoshafat Harkabi, former chief of Israeli military intelligence.
Carlos’ law practice has focused on corporations, government relations and international transactions. He is a co-author of a book on overcoming cultural barriers in international business, published by Prentice Hall and Financial Times in 2004. He co-authored a book on Business Cultures published by MacMillan-Palgrave in 2011. He has also authored articles in professional and popular journals including the National Strategy Forum, on topics in law, business, terrorism, international relations and especially the Middle East conflict. He is the author of a book soon to be published on Terrorism and Religious Values.
Carlos holds a BA in political science and international relations from Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a law degree (JD) from IIT/Chicago Kent College of Law and a M.A and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. As chairman of the political science department at Roosevelt University, he has inspired a generation of students and faculty.