Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2006

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Date Speaker Topic
Feb. 15 MARY HABECK
Johns Hopkins University
Knowing the Enemy: Jihadist Ideology and the War on Terror
Feb. 22 ALEXANDER COOLEY
Barnard College
Democratization and the Politicization of U.S. Military Bases Abroad: Lessons from Spain and the Philippines
March 1 FRED KAPLAN
Slate
Daydream Believers: The Bush Administration and Defense Policy
March 8 BONNIE GLASER
CSIS
Chinese Foreign Policy Debates: North Korea, Japan and "Peaceful Rise"
March 15 TOM MCNAUGHER
Rand
Dimensions of Army Transformation
March 22 SEAN NAYLOR
Army Times
Operation Anaconda: Lessons Learned
April 5 RISA BROOKS
Northwestern University
The Civil-Military Politics of Strategic Assessment
April 12 ALAN KUPERMAN
University of Texas, Austin
Power-Sharing or Partition? History’s Lessons for Keeping the Peace in Bosnia
April 19 BENJAMIN VALENTINO
Dartmouth College
War by Other Means: The Fate of Civilians in Times of War
April 26 SHARON WEINER, American Academy Controlling the Proliferation of Nuclear Knowledge from the Former Soviet Union
May 3 JAMES WALSH
Research Associate, MIT Security Studies Program
10 Days in Tehran — Nuclear Weapons, Policy, and Theory
May 10 ANDREW KREPINEVICH
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment
Iraq and Beyond
May 17 JULIE TAYLOR, Harvard University Prophet Sharing: Strategic Interaction Between Muslim Clerics and Middle Eastern Regimes.

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