Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2000

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February 2 Col. David Winn, USMC Fellow, MIT. Topic: National Evacuation Operations: When Getting Out is No Fun
February 9 Roger Petersen, Associate Professor of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis. Topic: Ethnic Conflict
February 16 William M. Arkin, Consultant. Topic: Serbia/Kosovo Bomb Damage Assessment
February 23 Jonathan Kirshner, Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University. Topic: Financial Interests and Grand Strategy
March 1 Allison MacFarlane, Fellow, BCSIA's Science, Technology and Public Policy Program, Harvard University. Topic: Plutonium Processing
March 8 Dr. Efraim Inbar, Drector, Bar-Ilan Center for Strategic Studies, Israel. Topic: The Golan, US Forces, and the Peace Process
March 15

Masahiro Akiyama, Former Vice Minister, Japan Defense Agency. Topic: Current Security Issues in Japan: Security Guidelines, the Constitution , Legislative Reviews, and the Missile Threat

March 29 David Asher, Research Fellow, MIT Japan Program. Topic: Is History Repeating Itself in Contemporary Japan?
April 5 Richard Kugler, Research Professor, National Defense University. Topic: Expanding NATO: A Look Backward and A Look Forward
April 12 Dr. Richard Solomon, President, US Institute of Peace. Topic: The US Institute of Peace: How Are We Doing?
April 26 MG Bruce Scott, Commanding General, US Army Security Assistance Command. Topic: Partnering Internationally
May 3 Andrew Bennett, Associate Professor of Government, Georgetown University. Topic: Condemned to Repetition: Russian Interventionism
May 10 Marc Trachtenberg, Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania. Topic: Reconsidering the Cold War

 

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