Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2001

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February 14 Thomas Graham, Vice President, Second Chance Foundation. Topic: "Proliferation Threats"
February 21 Kevin O'Prey, Vice President, DFI International. Topic: "Homeland Defense/Security and the QDR"
February 28 Kanchan Chandra, Assistant Professor of Political Science, MIT. Topic: "Ethnic Politics and Democracy"
March 14 David Albright, Founder and President of the Institute for Science and International Security. Topic: "South Africa's Nuclear Weapons Program"

March 21

Seyom Brown, Professor of Politics, Brandeis University. Topic: "The Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) and U.S. Foreign Policy"
April 4 Keith Bickel, CEO, One Global Market. Topic: "The Small Wars Manual of 2021"
April 11 Robert Pape, Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago. Topic: "Technological Decline and the End of the Cold War"
April 18 Phil Coyle, Former Director of Operational Testing and Evaluation, US Department of Defense. Topic: "Testing: in the Laboratory, the Classroom, and the Department of Defense"
April 25 Joyce Malcolm, Professor of History, Bentley College; Senior Fellow, MIT SSP. Topic: "Violence and Guns in Britain"
May 2 John Parmentola, DoE Chief Financial Officer's Program advisor for Science and Ambassador James Goodby. Topic: "Who Needs a CTBA Anyway?"
May 9 Emily Goldman, Professor of Political Science, University of California Davis. Topic: "The RMA"
May 16 William J. Durch, Senior Associate, Henry L. Stimson Center. Topic: "UN Interventions"

 

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