Wednesday Seminars, Spring 1999
|February 3||Dr. Efraim Inbar, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
"The Israeli-Turkish Connection"
|February 10||Dr. Gideon Akavia, Center for Military Analyses, Israel.
"The Offense-Defense Balance: Why the Better Theory Leads to Worse History"
|February 17||Charles Crawford, Former UK Ambassador to Bosnia, current Visiting Fellow, Olin Institute, Harvard.
|February 24||Professor Thomas Doherty, Film Studies, Brandeis University.
"Taps at the Millenium: Saving Private Ryan and the Thin Red Line"
|March 3||Professor Sheila Widnall, MIT and former Secretary of the Air Force.
"The Role of the Secretary in Military Justice"
|March 10||Col. Micheal Thumm, USMC Fellow MIT/SSP.
"The State of Mines: US Policy on Land Mines"
|March 17||Dr. Taylor Seybolt, Belfer Center, Harvard.
"Could Genocide Have Been Stopped in Rwanda?"
|March 31||Dr. Cindy Williams, Visiting Fellow, MIT Security Studies Program
"Can We Afford a Revolution?"
|April 7||Dr. Natalie Crawford, Director Project RAND.
"The New Air Force"
|April 14||Dr. Carl Conetta, Project on Defense Alternatives.
"Capabilities-Based Planning and the Role of Uncertainty in Current Defense Policy"
|April 28||Professor Jack Levy, Dept. of Political Science, Rutgers University.
"Trading with the Enemy During Wartime"
|May 5||Dr. Dan Lindley, MIT Security Studies Program.
"Do Buffer Zones Work?"
|May 12||Dr. David Chu, Vice President, RAND Army Research Division and Director, The Arroyo Center.
"Transforming the Army"