Former National Security Council director engages with students on Abraham Accords, foreign policy
By: Liberty University News Service
Liberty University students and College For a Weekend (CFAW) guests gleaned from Robert Greenway, former Director for the National Security Council during a visit to the Helms School of Government last week.
Greenway served as director during the Trump administration. He is also currently an adjunct fellow at Hudson Institute and the Executive Director of the Abraham Accords Institute of Peace.
Greenway was a major architect of the groundbreaking Abraham Accords, one of the most critical peace agreements of the 21st Century that improved diplomatic relations between Israel and its neighboring countries in the Middle East.
On Thursday, he was as a guest lecturer in several classes, covering a variety of key issues concerning national intelligence and foreign affairs and touching on fighting terrorism, building relationships with allies, and America’s response to Iran’s nuclear capability pursuit.
“The world, at the end of the day, is a lot like a school playground,” Greenway told students. He also told students regarding terrorism, the simplest way to prevent catastrophe is to understand the organizational structure of your foreign adversaries.
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