Wednesday Seminars, Fall 2007

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Date Speaker Topic
September 12 STEPHEN VAN EVERA
Professor of Political Science, MIT
American Grand Strategy for the New Era
September 19 TAYLOR SEYBOLT
United States Institute of Peace
Strategies of Humanitarian Military Intervention
September 26 NARUSHIGE MICHISHITA
Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Toyko
North Korea's Military-Diplomatic Campaigns: History and Analysis
October 3 EMILE NAKLEH
Advisor, National Bureau of Asian Research
The Middle East in the Wake of Iraq: Taking a Strategic Look
October 10 ALVARO DE SOTO
Secretary General, UNNews

A Quarter Century of UN Peacemaking: Drawing Lessons

October 17 PAUL O'BRIEN
Director, Aid Effectiveness Team, OXFAM America
National Security and Poverty Alleviation as Drivers of U.S. Foreign Policy: Lessons from Afghanistan
October 24 RAJAN MENON
Professor, Lehigh University
The End of Alliances: The Future of American Foreign Policy
October 31 MICHAEL BELL
Senior Scholar in International Diplomacy, U of Windsor Ontario
Pathways for Peace: Security and Governance in the Old City of Jerusalem
November 7 SETH JONES
Senior Advisor to the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan
November 14 KEVIN BENSON
Colonel, US Army, retired
Military Adaptation of Red Teaming
November 28 SHELLEY RIGGER
Associate Professor, Davidson College
How Taiwan Makes Friends and Gains Influence on the Mainland: Taiwanese Business in the PRC
December 5 DANIEL DEUDNEY
Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University
BOUNDING POWER: Republican Security Theory for the Polis to the Global Village

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