From questions on Israeli-Palestinian relations and US contributions to the United Nations to gaming theory and engagement science, FORA.tv offers a variety of in-depth programming next week.
On Septemeber 12, Susan Rice, the US Ambassador to the United Nations joins the Monitor Breakfast to discuss a variety of foreign policy matters, including the current situation in Libya, ballistic missile production in Iran, and anti-terrorism efforts 10 years after 9/11. Dr. Rice is the first African-American woman to represent the United States at the General Assembly in New York.
A viable Palestinian state remains one of the key factors in creating stability in the Middle East. On September 13, the Monitor Breakfast makes another appearance on FORA.tv. This time Maen Areikat, the head of the Palestine Liberation Organization Delegation in Washington DC., will discuss a key vote in the United Nations next week. The Security Council will decide on whether or not to recognize the Palestinian state and admit it as a member to the United Nations. Areikat will discuss what happens if the US, as expected, vetoes the measure.
After President Obama addressed Congress on his new jobs plan on Thursday, one Democratic governor came out in full support. Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley says that state and local officials on both sides of the aisle should work on the President’s behalf. On September 15, the Monitor Breakfast makes its final appearance this week as Governor O’Malley discusses jobs and his new proposal to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
How can games help online businesses breakthrough to customers and create engagement? On September 15, FORA.tv presents Gamification Summit NYC. Top thought leaders in game mechanics and engagement science will discuss current trends in this fast-moving field. Speakers from companies such as Gilt Groupe and Lithium will talk about how gaming can influence brand marketing and product design.