Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2009

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Date Speaker Topic
February 11 NICHOLAS BURNS
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Foreign Policy Challenges for the Obama Administration
February 18 TOSHI YOSHIHARA
Naval War College
Chinese Views of Japanese Sea Power
February 25 LTG ROBERT E. DURBIN
Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Army for Enterprise Management
Institutional Adaptation
March 4 HILLARY MANN LEVERETT
STRATEGA (Strategic Energy and  Global Analysis)
The Strategic Framework for U.S – Iranian Engagement
March 11 DAVID HENDRICKSON
Colorado College
Search for Limits: American Foreign Policy in an Age of Austerity
March 18

ELIZABETH STANLEY
Georgetown University

Techno-Blinders: How the Cult of Technology is Endangering US National Security

April 1

BRIAN RATHBUN
University of Southern California

Circles of Trust: The Creation of International Security Organizations and the Domestic Policies of Multilateralism in the United States
April 8 WILLIAM WOHLFORTH
Dartmouth College
Unipolarity, Status Competition and Great Power War
April 15 CHARLES KUPCHAN
Georgetown University
Dead Center: The Demise of Liberal Internationalism in the United States
April 29 NATE FICK
Center for a New American Security
Afghanistan and Pakistan: Surviving the Next 12 Months
May 6 AARON MILLER
Wilson Center
Gulliver’s Troubles: America, Obama and The Middle East

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