Wednesday Seminars, Fall 1998

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September 16

Dr. William Kelller, Executive Director, MIT Center for International Studies. "The Case for Unconventional Nonproliferation"

September 23

Dr. Mitchell Wallerstein, Vice President, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. "The Defense Counter Proliferation Initiative at Five Years: A Critical Review"

Prof. David Segal, Center for Research on Military Organizations, Univ. of Maryland
"The Propensity to Enlist in the U.S. Military"

CDR Richard Cocrane, US Navy, Joint Staff
"The Gulf War and other Syndromes"

October 14

Col. Robert Doughty, Professor and Head of the History Department, U.S. Military Academy
"The Myth of Blitzkrieg"

October 21

Tom Christensen, Associate Professor of Political Science, MIT Security Studies Program
"China, Japan, and the Security Dilemma in East Asia"

October 28

Dr. Natalie Crawford, Director, Project RAND
"The Air Force of the Future"

November 4

Dr. Lewis Sorley, freelance history writer
"General Harold K. Johnson and the Crisis in Civil-Military Relations During the Vietnam War"

November 18

Dr. Frank Gavin, Post Doctoral Fellow, Olin Institute of Strategic Studies, Harvard
"The Origin of the Flexible Response Doctrine"

December 2

Dr. Jeffrey Barlow, Senior Staff, Naval Historical Center
"The Joint Chiefs in the 1960s"

December 9

  Dr. Larry Owens, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
"The Mathematics of Death and Destruction"

 

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