Wednesday Seminars, Fall 2002

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September 11 MIT Panel, Professors, Security Studies Program. Topic: "The War on Terror a Year Later"
Sept 18 Thomas Laird, Freelance Writer and Photographer. Topic: "Into Tibet: An Early CIA Connection"
Sept 25 Donald Chisholm, Professor, Navy War College. Topic: "Organizational Change in Uncertain Times: The U.S. Military and Millenium Challenge 2002"
Oct 2 Marshall Michel, PhD Candidate, Auburn University. Topic: "The 11 Days of Christmas"
Oct 9 Ian Beckett, Visiting Professor, US Marine Corp University. Topic: "The British Army and the Conduct of Warfare, 1914-1918"
Oct 16 Brig. Gen. Daniel Kaufman, Dean, US Military Academy. Topic: "Where in the World is the US Army?"
Oct 23 Jeremy Pressman, Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University. Topic: "Can the United States Bring Peace to the Middle East?"
Oct 30 Thomas Biersteker, Director, Watson Institute, Brown University. Topic: "State Sovereignty and Territory"
Nov 6 RAdm. Michael McDevitt USN (ret), Director, Center for Strategic Studies, CNA. Topic: US Security Strategy in East Asia
Nov 13 Mitchell Lerner, Professor, Ohio State University. Topic: "The USS Pueblo Incident"
Nov 20 Wade Jacoby, Professor, Brigham Young University. Topic: "Nato Expansion"
Dec 4 Graham Allison, Director, Belfer Center, Harvard University. Topic: "Prevention Nuclear Terrorism"

 

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