Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2010

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Date

Speaker

Topic

February 10 HUSSEIN IBISH
American Task Force for Palestine (ATFP)
Israel, the Palestinians, and the One-State Agenda
February 17 FRANCIS GAVIN
University of Texas
History and Policy in the Nuclear Age
February 24 JACK LEVY
Rutgers University
Balancing at Sea: Do States Ally Against the Leading Global Power?
March 3 RONALD HASSNER
University of California, Berkeley
Religion and Secular War
March 10 JONATHAN DAVID KIRSHNER
Cornell University
Classical Realism and the Rise of China
March 17 MICHAEL DESCH
University of Notre Dame
If, When, and How Social Science Can Contribute to National Security Policy
March 31 THEO FARRELL
Department of War Studies, King's College, London
Military Adaptation and the British Campaign in Helmand, 2006-2010
April 7 THOMAS HEGGHAMMER
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Oslo
Explaining the Absence of Islamist Revolutionaries in Saudi Arabia
April 14 NORRIN RIPSMAN
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Globalization and the National Security System
April 28 JAMES CARROLL
Boston Globe
The Violence of God: Ancient and Modern
May 5 BRYAN HEHIR
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Just War and the War on Terror: Examining the Dynamic

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