Wednesday Seminars, Fall 2009

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Date Speaker Topic
September 16 SEBASTIAN ROSATO
Notre Dame
Unite or Die: Balance of Power Politics and the Construction of the European Community
September 23 KELLY GREENHILL
Tufts University
Fear Factor: Understanding the Origins and Consequences of Beliefs about National Security and the Threats We Face
September 30 MICHAEL KREPON
Stimson Center
Better Safe than Sorry, the Ironies of Living with the Bomb
October 7 DAVID MAKOVSKY
Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Neo-Conservatism vs. Realism: Applying Grand Theories to the Middle East
October 14 PAUL WALKER
Global Green (USA Security and Sustainability Program)
Nonproliferation and Chemical Weapons: Challenges in Implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention
October 21

DAVID J. KARL
Pacific Council on International Policy

India’s Emergence as a Great Power: Implications for U.S. Policy in Asia

October 28

MATTHEW BURROWS
National Intelligence Council

Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World
November 4 AUDREY KURTH CRONIN
U.S. National War College
How Terrorism Ends: Understanding the Decline and Demise of Terrorist Campaigns
November 18 COLONEL KEVIN WOODS
Institute for Defense Analysis
A View from the Other Side of the Hill—The Records of Saddam Hussein
December 2 GARY BASS
Princeton University
The Origins of Humanitarian Intervention

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