Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D.

LLS Jupiter Distinguished Faculty Award
Foreign Policy Association Fellow


Political Science

Jeffrey S. Morton, Ph.D., is a Professor of Political Science at Florida Atlantic University, a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association and recipient of the prestigious FPA Medal, which is bestowed upon leading members of the American foreign policy establishment. He has been honored with numerous university awards, including Researcher of the Year, Faculty Talon Award, Master Teacher, and University Distinguished Teacher of the Year. Professor Morton has contributed to articles that have appeared in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. He directs the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program, which has received 33 national and international awards for academic excellence and placed 1st overall at Nationals in Washington, D.C. in 2018.

Trump Update! (Annex Seating)

Join Professor Morton for this special one-time event where he will review the politics, policies and drama surrounding the Trump administration since classes concluded in the spring semester.

Note: This lecture is not eligible for the fall 2019 lectures discount.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.

Course # FNS4X — One Time Event
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Saturday, October 26 2019
Time:2 - 3:30 PM
Fee:$35 / member; $40 / non-member

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Trump Update!

Join Professor Morton for this special one-time event where he will review the politics, policies and drama surrounding the Trump administration since classes concluded in the spring semester.

Note: This lecture is not eligible for the fall 2019 lectures discount.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.

Course # FNS4 — One Time Event
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Saturday, October 26 2019
Time:2 - 3:30 PM
Fee:$35 / member; $40 / non-member

Register Now

Trump Update! (Annex Seating)

Join Professor Morton for this special one-time event where he will review the politics, policies and drama surrounding the Trump administration since classes concluded in the spring semester.

Note: This lecture is not eligible for the fall 2019 lectures discount.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.

Course # FNS3X — One Time Event
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Saturday, October 26 2019
Time:11 - 12:30 PM
Fee:$35 / member; $40 / non-member

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Trump Update!

Join Professor Morton for this special one-time event where he will review the politics, policies and drama surrounding the Trump administration since classes concluded in the spring semester.

Note: This lecture is not eligible for the fall 2019 lectures discount.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.

Course # FNS3 — One Time Event
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Saturday, October 26 2019
Time:11 - 12:30 PM
Fee:$35 / member; $40 / non-member
Class Closed

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American Foreign Policy (Pre-recorded Video Course)

This course offers PRE-RECORDED VIDEO PRESENTATIONS of Professor Morton’s "American Foreign Policy" course. Students will be able to see and hear Professor Morton speak and see his PowerPoint presentation. There WILL NOT be an opportunity to ask him questions because it is prerecorded. Students will be able to hear the questions from other students who were in his class during the recording.

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Yugoslavia - Where do we stand two decades after the conclusion of Yugoslavia's four wars?
  2. Argentina - Critical Latin American ally.
  3. Humanitarian Intervention - What has been gained by interventions on behalf of human rights?
  4. India - Rising power in Asia.
  5. The IMF and the World Bank - The 21st century role of these two global financial institutions.

Course # F5W4 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Wednesdays, October 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4 2019
Time:5 - 6:30 PM
Fee:$50 / member; $65 / non-member

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The Middle East (Annex Seating)

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5W2X — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Wednesdays, October 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4 2019
(No Class On Wednesday, November 27 2019 )
Time:12 - 1:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

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The Middle East

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5W2 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Wednesdays, October 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4 2019
(No Class On Wednesday, November 27 2019 )
Time:12 - 1:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member
Class Closed

Register Now

The Middle East (Annex Seating)

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5W1X — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Wednesdays, October 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4 2019
Time:9 - 10:30 AM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

Register Now

The Middle East

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5W1 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Wednesdays, October 30; November 6, 13, 20; December 4 2019
Time:9 - 10:30 AM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member
Class Closed

Register Now

American Foreign Policy (Annex Seating)

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Yugoslavia - Where do we stand two decades after the conclusion of Yugoslavia's four wars?
  2. Argentina - Critical Latin American ally.
  3. Humanitarian Intervention - What has been gained by interventions on behalf of human rights?
  4. India - Rising power in Asia.
  5. The IMF and the World Bank - The 21st century role of these two global financial institutions.

Course # F5M4X — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Mondays, October 21, 28; November 4, 18; December 2 2019
(No Class On Mondays, November 11, 25 2019 )
Time:3 - 4:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

Register Now

American Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Yugoslavia - Where do we stand two decades after the conclusion of Yugoslavia's four wars?
  2. Argentina - Critical Latin American ally.
  3. Humanitarian Intervention - What has been gained by interventions on behalf of human rights?
  4. India - Rising power in Asia.
  5. The IMF and the World Bank - The 21st century role of these two global financial institutions.

Course # F5M4 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Mondays, October 21, 28; November 4, 18; December 2 2019
Time:3 - 4:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

Register Now

American Foreign Policy (Annex Seating)

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Yugoslavia - Where do we stand two decades after the conclusion of Yugoslavia’s four wars?
  2. Argentina - Critical Latin American ally.
  3. Humanitarian Intervention - What has been gained by interventions on behalf of human rights?
  4. India - Rising power in Asia.
  5. The IMF and the World Bank - The 21st century role of these two global financial institutions.

Course # F5M3X — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Room 151 (Annex), Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Mondays, October 21, 28; November 4, 18; December 2 2019
(No Class On Mondays, November 11, 25 2019 )
Time:12 - 1:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

Register Now

American Foreign Policy

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Yugoslavia - Where do we stand two decades after the conclusion of Yugoslavia’s four wars?
  2. Argentina - Critical Latin American ally.
  3. Humanitarian Intervention - What has been gained by interventions on behalf of human rights?
  4. India - Rising power in Asia.
  5. The IMF and the World Bank - The 21st century role of these two global financial institutions.

Course # F5M3 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Mondays, October 21, 28; November 4, 18; December 2 2019
Time:12 - 1:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $90 / non-member

Register Now

The Middle East-Devonshire (Pre-recorded Video Course)

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

This course offers PRE-RECORDED VIDEO PRESENTATIONS of Professor Morton’s "Middle East" course. Students will be able to see and hear Professor Morton speak and see his PowerPoint presentation. There WILL NOT be an opportunity to ask him questions because it is prerecorded. Students will be able to hear the questions from other students who were in his class during the recording.

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5F9 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Room 158, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Fridays, November 1, 8, 15, 22; December 6 2019
Time:3 - 4:30 PM
Fee:$70 / member; $85 / non-member

Register Now

The Middle East (Pre-recorded Video Course)

Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy

This course offers PRE-RECORDED VIDEO PRESENTATIONS of Professor Morton’s "Middle East" course. Students will be able to see and hear Professor Morton speak and see his PowerPoint presentation. There WILL NOT be an opportunity to ask him questions because it is prerecorded. Students will be able to hear the questions from other students who were in his class during the recording.

Using his popular “Great Decisions” format, Professor Morton will evaluate five critical Middle Eastern issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue will be considered for its historical and contemporary relevance and strategic value to the United States. Policy options for each issue will be presented and analyzed.
Five Lectures
  1. Israel - America's strongest ally in a region of turmoil.
  2. Syria - The prospect of ending a devastating war.
  3. Pakistan - Our uncomfortable and evolving relationship.
  4. Tunisia - Where the Arab Spring began.
  5. Afghanistan - What happens after the United States withdraws?

Course # F5F7 — Full 5 Weeks
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Fridays, November 1, 8, 15, 22; December 6 2019
Time:5 - 6:30 PM
Fee:$50 / member; $65 / non-member

Register Now
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