Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2003

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February 12 Robert J. Art, Professor, Brandeis University. Topic: "Coercive Diplomacy: What Do We Know?"
February 19 Peter Evans, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Political Science, MIT. Topic: "Competing for Foreign Military Contracts: The Financial Connection"
February 26 Brad Roberts, Research Member, Institute for Defense Analysis. Topic: "Terrorist Campaigns: What Can Deterrence Contribute to the War on Terror?"
March 5 Eric Labs, Congressional Budget Office. Topic: "Transforming the Navy's Surface Combatant Force"
March 12 Efraim Inbar, Professor, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies. Topic: "Regional Ramifications of an American Attack on Iraq"
March 19 Security Studies Program Faculty. Topic: "Iraq War II Update"
April 2 Mike Lynch, Research Affiliate, Center for International Studies; and Managing Director, Strategic Energy and Economic Research Inc., and Daniel Landau, Ph.D candidate, Security Studies Program. Topic: "Blood, Oil & SUVs"
April 9 Elihu Zimet, Senior Research Fellow, National Defense University. Topic: "Technology and Defense Transformation"
April 16 Edwin Thomas, Professor, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT, Director of the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies. Topic: "Taking Nanotechnology from the Lab to the Soldier: The ISN"
April 23 Lieutenant General Bernard Trainor, USMC (retired), Senior Fellow, Council of Foreign Relations. Topic: TBA
May 14 Frank Gavin, Professor, University of Texas. Topic: "The 1964 Gilpatric Committee and the Origins of America's Counterproliferation Policy"

 

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