Wednesday Seminars, Spring 2011

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Date

Speaker

Topic

February 9 MIKE GILMORE
OSD DOTE
Lack of Learning—My First Year Back in the Pentagon
February 16 JENNIFER LIND
Dartmouth College
The Collapse of North Korea: Military Missions and Requirements
February 23 MARY SAROTTE
University of Southern California
A Not-So-Liberal Leviathan: The End of the Cold War and Its Legacy for U.S. Foreign Policy
March 2 CHRISTOPHER CHIVERS
New York Times
Military Small-Arms Distribution and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
March 9 TOM BIELEFELD
Belfer Center, Project on Managing the Atom
Forensics, Detectors and Deterrence: Integrating Technology with Policy to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism
March 16 GREGORY TREVERTON
RAND Corporation
Reshaping Intelligence for an Age of Terror: Where Do We Stand?
April 6 JENNIFER ERICKSON
Boston College
Revisiting the Dove’s Dilemma: Conventional Arms Transfers and Nuclear Weapons Development
April 13 DAVID MILIBAND
British Labour Party, MP
Roundtable Discussion on “The Future of Pakistan”
April 27 CHARLES GLASER
George Washington University
International Security Implications of Energy Dependence and Vulnerability
May 4 DAN NEXON
Georgetown University
“We are all Georgians Now”-Social Ties and the Undermining of Authority in U.S.- Georgia Patron-Client Relations