French Diplomacy in American Universities [fr]
Consul General Louis de Corail will share about French policy and diplomacy with students in Atlanta at Oglethorpe University, Georgia Tech, and Emory.
Speaking to students at local universities is an important component of the Consul General’s work. Each intervention is an opportunity to build relationships, shed light on the important work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and discuss France’s position with future leaders of the world.
On November 3, Georgia Tech’s Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy, Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, and Center for International Business Education and Research will host the Consul General for a guest talk on « Responding to Tragedy : A French Perspective on the Challenge of Terrorism. » Consul General de Corail will discuss France’s strategy for combating the threat of terrorism and how it is cooperationg with nations around the world to fight this global threat.
Then, on November 8, he will continue a long tradition with Oglethorpe University, and share about the life of a diplomat with students studying the history of diplomacy.
Finally, on December 1, de Corail will speak with students at Emory University interested in France in the MENA region.