Physicians and public healthcare proponents from Ukraine will be in Northeast Ohio to foster connections with some of Cleveland’s world-renowned public and private healthcare systems. Visitors will seek to better understand public health policy development in the U.S. as well as specific health research relating to cancer treatment and pediatrics. Additional topics include state-sponsored medical […]
Steven Pifer, former Ambassador to Ukraine, now serves as Director of the Brookings Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative and is a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute. Ambassador Pifer used his in-depth knowledge of Russia, Ukraine, and U.S. foreign policy to examine what lies ahead in the U.S.’s relationship with Putin and the role of non-proliferation and arms control in this complicated relationship.
Five detectives from Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau will be in the United States on a 21-day program to explore U.S. approaches to combating public corruption. Through this national program, to include Cleveland, they will place particular emphasis on studying practical approaches for detecting, investigating, and prosecuting corruption. An overview of the criminal justice system, with a […]
Cleveland will host four English teachers from Egypt, Georgia, Kosovo, and Ukraine to enhance their understanding of American culture and history, and to showcase the variation and distribution of the U.S. English language. The program will also connect them with educational policy makers at the national, state, and local levels, as well as with language teachers […]
The Inaugural event in a new joint series — Happy Dog Takes on the World — presented by the Council on World Affairs and the City Club of Cleveland. Join special guest experts on Russia and Ukraine, including Professor Stephen Crowley, Chair of the Russian & East European Studies and Peace & Conflict Studies departments at […]