The Nixon Center scholars followed their session at USC with a discussion at Chapman University on President Nixon’s realist perspectives and how he would deal with America’s foreign challenges today including relations with China and Russia, as well as its long war in Afghanistan.
Following the discussion, Chapman undergraduates Mark Johnston, Kirsten Moore and Matthew McCluggage gave a presentation to the panel offering their view on how the 37th President would solve current global crises.


Photo, Left to right: Geoffrey Kemp, Director, Regional Strategic Programs for the Nixon Center; Paul Saunders, Center Executive Director; James Coyle, Director of Global Education at Chapman University; and Drew Thompson, Starr Senior Fellow and Director of the China Program at the Nixon Center.