Class of 2011 Session Overview

“Anyone interested in today's major international security issues will thoroughly enjoy Seminar XXI. Its blend of relevant topics and impressive presentations by first rate scholars are well worth a participant's investment in time and effort. This is an excellent program, and I highly recommend it.”
BGen Carl E. Mundy, III, USMC Director, Strategy & Plans Division, U.S. Marine Corps

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Program Director and Staff

Program Director: Prof. Robert Art
Program Executive Director: Tisha Gomes
Program Assistant: Carly Willsie
Research Assistants: Stephanie Kaplan, Caitlin Talmadge
Senior Advisors: Jake Stewart, Mitzi Wertheim

Session Date Participating Faculty
September 7, 2010 Introductory Session Dr. Peter W. Singer
October 1, 2010 Ethnic and Religious Conflict Dr. Gerard Prunier, Prof. Scott Appleby, Prof. Steven Burg, Prof. Ashutosh Varshney, Prof. Robert Art, Prof. Mary Habeck, Prof. Sunil Dasgupta, Prof. Sarah Lamb
November 1, 2010 Iran & Turkey: Democracy & Islam Prof. Henri Barkey, Prof. Karim Sadjadpour
December 6, 2010 Japan & Europe — US Allies Forever? Prof. Richard Samuels, Prof. Jolyon Howorth
January 3, 2011 Realism, Liberalism, and World Politics Prof. John Mearsheimer, Prof. Andrew Moravcsik
January 28, 2011 National Economies in a Globalizing World Prof. Kenneth Oye, Prof. Jomo K.S., Ms. Kimberly Elliott, Prof. Andrew Natsios, Prof. Adam Segal, Prof. Rawi Abdelal, Prof. Ben Ross Schneider, Prof. Chappell Lawson, Ms. Sarah Chayes
March 7, 2011 Environment & Demography Prof. Christine Parthemore, Prof. Richard Jackson
April 4, 2011 Democratization Prof. Terry Karl, Prof. Eva Bellin
April 29, 2011 US National Security Policy Prof. Robert Ross, Prof. Keir Lieber, Prof. Stephen Cohen, Prof. Marc Lynch, Dr. Andrey Kortunov, Prof. Bruce Hoffman, Prof. Daryl Press, Prof. George Perkovich, Prof. James Lewis, Prof. Christine Fair, Prof. Christopher Layne


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2018–2019 SESSIONS

This year's sessions begin with an introduction from Professor Thomas Christensen and move into a range of topics that include Religion, Identity Politics and Civil Wars; Iran, Turkey, and Israel; Biosecurity and Cybersecurity; National Economies in a Globalized World; and more.

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