Class of 1995 Session Overview

“MIT’s Seminar XXI provided a unique opportunity to interact with the foremost academics and engage in stimulating discussions with colleagues from the US military as well as the private sector. It was an enriching experience which allowed me to bring new proposals to the never-ending challenges we face in the Department of State.”
Amb. Harry Thomas Exec Sec for the Dept of State; former Amb. to Bangladesh

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Program Director and Staff

Program Director: Prof. Kenneth Oye, Prof. Barry Posen, Prof. Myron Weiner
Program Coordinator: Barry Cohen
Program Assistant: Deborah Ullrich
Research Assistants: Rachel Kaganoff Stern, Jim Walsh
Senior Advisors: Jake Stewart, Mitzi Wertheim

Session Date Participating Faculty
September 12, 1994 Introduction Prof. William Quandt
September 30, 1994 Ethnic Conflict Prof. Walker Connor, Dr. Aleksa Djilas, Dr. Paul Goble, Prof. Robert Price, Dr. Michael Teitelbaum, Prof. Aristide Zolberg
November 7, 1994 North Africa, the Palestinians, and Islam Prof. Lisa Anderson, Dr. Martin Kramer
December 5, 1994 Democratization Prof. Terry Karl, Prof. Lilia Shevtsova
January 9, 1995 The Future of European Security Prof. John Mearsheimer, Prof. Andrew Moravcsik
February 3, 1995 US National Security Policy Prof. Richard K. Betts, Prof. John Lewis Gaddis, Dr. Andrei Kortunov, Prof. Stephen Meyer, Col. William Minnis, Prof. Mike Mochizuki, Prof. Anne-Marie Slaughter, Prof. Jack Snyder, Prof. Stephen Van Evera
March 6, 1995 Nuclear Proliferation Prof. Scott Sagan, Prof. Kenneth Waltz
April 3, 1995 Economic Growth and Productivity Prof. F. Gerald Adams, James Fallows
May 5, 1995 Regional Integration Prof. Suzanne Berger, Dennis Encarnation, Dr. Gary Hufbauer, Prof. Miles Kahler, Prof. Kenneth Lieberthal, Dr. John Ravenhill, Dr. Roberto Villareal Gonda, Amb. Koji Watanabe

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2017–2018 SESSIONS

This year's sessions begin with an introduction from Dr. Kathleen Hicks and move into a range of topics that include Religion, Identity Politics and Civil Wars; Iran, Turkey, and Israel; Realism, Liberalism, and U.S.-China Relations; National Economies in a Globalized World; and more.

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