Class of 1998 Session Overview

“The value of the program is found in the opportunities with peers and experts to understand the global context in which we have to lead and execute our jobs.”
RADM Sally Brice-O’Hara, USCG Dir of Reserve and Training, USCG

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Program Director and Staff

Program Director: Prof. Kenneth Oye, Prof. Barry Posen, Prof. Myron Weiner
Program Coordinator: Amy Tarr
Program Assistant: Dan Shaw
Research Assistants: Robert Davine, John Maher
Senior Advisors: Jake Stewart, Mitzi Wertheim

Session Date Participating Faculty
September 8, 1997 Introduction Prof. Coit (Chip) Blacker
October 3, 1997 Ethnic Conflict Dr. Aleksa Djilas, Dr. Paul Goble, Prof. Kemal Kirisci, Dr. Gerard Prunier, Prof. Astri Suhrke, Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Prof. Myron Weiner
November 3, 1997 Islam and Central Asia Prof. Lisa Anderson, Dr. Barnett Rubin
December 1, 1997 Democratization Prof. Terry Karl, Prof. Lucian Pye
January 5, 1998 Democratization and War Prof. Jack Snyder, Prof. Stephen Van Evera
January 30, 1998 US National Security Policy Prof. Richard K. Betts, Prof. Thomas Christensen, Dr. Shai Feldman, Dr. Andrei Kortunov, Prof. John Mearsheimer, Prof. Andrew Moravcsik, Prof. Anne-Marie Slaughter, Prof. Stephen Walt
March 2, 1998 Nuclear Proliferation Prof. Scott Sagan, Prof. Kenneth Waltz
April 6, 1998 Economics and Security William Greider, Prof. Theodore J. Lowi
May 1, 1998 Global and Regional Integration Prof. Suzanne Berger, Prof. Kimberly Elliott, Prof. Miles Kahler, Prof. Edward Steinfeld, Dr. Zhang Yunling

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