Students, staff and faculty are invited to a lunchtime conversation, Global Conversations ST. PAUL: Conflict in the South China Sea, with Prof. Duncan McCampbell, to discuss what is being done to promote diplomacy and prevent tensions from boiling over in the region. The event will be at noon, Thursday, April 13, at the Landmark Center, 75 W 5th St, Saint Paul.
McCampbell is a U.S. lawyer and professor of international business and law at Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis, where he also serves as MBA Program Director. Following 14 years—much of it abroad—with the Westlaw division of Thomson Reuters, he has a professional background in non-U.S. legal systems. He teaches law and business in China and travels extensively in Asia. He also writes on global commercial, legal, political, and security issues, and recently returned from a one-month visit to China and the Philippines to research the evolving situation in the South China Sea. In addition to teaching, McCampbell leads a business consultancy that helps companies enter new markets overseas.
Global Conversations St. Paul is produced in partnership with Landmark Center.