Upcoming Sessions Session Overview

The MIT XXI program (usually) consists of a series of 8 sessions over 9 months; 5 evening sessions held in Washington D.C. and three weekend sessions held in Warrenton, Virginia. Sessions are not open to the public. The introductory session is open to Fellows and Alumni. Sessions after the introductory session are open to current Fellows only. 

Due to COVID-19 the 2020-21 program will have 13 sessions.  The fall 2020 sessions will be virtual, and the 2021 sessions are to be determined in December.

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Session Date Title Participating Faculty
April 30, 2021 US National Security Policy (Virtual Meeting) RSVP Taylor Fravel, Sumit Ganguly, Bruce Hoffman, Jonathan Kirshner, Andrey Kortunov, Keir Lieber, Barry Posen, Daryl Press

2021-22 ADMISSIONS STARTED FEBRUARY 2021

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