ABOUT THE COURSE
World Order Strategy 101 is a free, self-directed, online course exploring the legislative history of the world government movement in the United States Congress from 1910 to 1980.
During this period, famous politicians pictured on the left above tried to transform the United Nations (UN) into a world federation. Those picture on the right above tried to transform the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) into an Atlantic Federal Union of the Free.
This course further explores the post-Cold War disorder that emerged after the fall of the Soviet Union, and the evolution of democratic war after the rise of radical Islam.
After presenting the foreign policy vision of the Trump administration, this course ends with a group exercise to shape a post-Trump world order strategy. Cost: Free
This course will be facilitated by the editor of World Order Strategy 101—
Rick Biondi has studied world order strategy since 1994, and considers himself an international federalist. He earned a BA in political science from the University of Washington (1997); studied international relations at the graduate level under Dr. Jack E. Vincent at the University of Idaho (1998-2000); and holds an MA in Security Management from American Military University (2014). Biondi is a former executive consultant (2001-2002) for the Association to Unite the Democracies (AUD), and served on the Board of the Ashburn Institute, an organization spawned by AUD. In 2008, Rick ran for U.S. Congress under the Libertarian Party. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as an Airborne Ranger and motorized infantryman (1989-1992).
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
Subject matter experts will be invited to present articles on relevant topics and facilitate discussion.
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