Wednesday Seminars, Fall 2001

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Sept 5 Karl Lautenschlager, Senior Staff, Los Alamos National Laboratory. Topic: The Tank as RMA
Sept 12 Ward Thomas, Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of the Holy Cross. Topic: The Ethics of Destruction
Sept 19 Ned Lebow, Professor of Political Science, History and Psychology, Ohio State University. Topic: Learning from the Cold War
Sept 26 Andrew J. Bacevich, Professor of International Relations, Boston University. Topic: A Strategy of Openness
Oct 3 Jeffrey W. Taliaferro, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Tufts University. Topic: Balance of Risk: Great Power Intervention in the Periphery
Oct 10 Dan Stillman, Retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Topic: Inside China's Nuclear Weapons Program
Oct 17 Major General John L. Barry, Director of Strategic Planning, USAF. Topic: VISTA: Visionary Ideas Shaping the Transformation of the Air Force
Oct 24 David Mosher, RAND. Topic: Nuclear Deterrence and Nuclear Targeting
Oct 31 Matthew G. McKinzie, National Resources Defense Council. Topic: NRDC's SIOP
Nov 7 Daryl Kimball, Executive Director of the Arms Control Association. Topic: The New American Unilateralism and Nuclear Weapons
Nov 14 James Corum, Professor, Air University. Topic: Airpower in Small Wars
Nov 28 David Mindell, Associate Professor, Science, Technology, and Society Program, MIT. Topic: Shooting things out of the sky: historical perspectives on 'the antiaircraft problem'
Dec 15 Geoff Forden, Senior Research Associate, Security Studies Program, MIT. Topic: The Unconventional Battlefield
Dec 12 Eric Labs, Congressional Budget Office. Topic: Navy After Next

 

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