Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2002

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Jan 30 Efraim Inbar, Professor, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies. Topic: Containing Palestinian Revisionism
Feb 6 Robert Ross, Professor, Boston College. Topic: Deterrence Theory and the Taiwan Issue: Prospects for Stability
Feb 13 J. Michael Gilmore, Assistant Director for National Security, Congressional Bugdet Office. Topic: Homeland Security
Feb 20 Louise Richardson, Dean, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Topic: How Terrorist Campaigns End. Lessons from War Termination
Feb 27 Thomas McNaugher, Director, RAND's Arroyo Center. Topic: The Army and Operations Other Than War: The Meaning of "Full-Spectrum Force"
March 6 E. Coulter, D. Markowitz & M. Ottenberg, Program Analysis and Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense. Topic: The Role of Analysis in Department of Defense Decision-Making
March 8 (Friday) Daniel Byman, Research Director, RAND's Center for Middle East Public Policy. Topic: When You Support Insurgency
March 13 Kenneth Pollack, Deputy Director NSS, Council on Foreign Relations. Topic: Should the United States Make Iraq the Next Target of the War on Terrorism?
March 20 Dennis Gormley, Senior Fellow, International Institute for Strategic Studies. Topic: Controlling the Spread of Cruise Missiles: Diplomatic and Defense Options
April 3 Thomas Mahnken & James FitzSimonds, Professors, Navy War College. Topic: Officer Attitudes Towards Innovation
April 10 Lt.Col Michael Burke (Ret.), U.S. Army Joint and Multinational Doctrine Division. Topic: The Development of Army Field Manual 3-0 Operations
April 17 Stephen Schlaikjer, Advisor, Chief of Naval Operations. Topic: Employment of Naval Power Today
April 24 Daryl Press, Professor, Dartmouth College. Topic: What Causes Credibility? Power, Reputation and Decision-making During Crises
May 1 Juan Cole, Professor, University of Michigan. Topic: The End of Islamization? Pakistan's Foreign and Domestic Policy in the Wake of the War on Terror
May 8 William Wood, Deputy Assistant Secretary, INR Department of State. Topic: International Cooperation and Information Sharing for Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
May 15 Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institute. Topic: US Defense Strategy/Budget Issues in the Context of Operation Enduring Freedom and the War on Terrorism

 

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