Upcoming Sessions Session Overview

The MIT XXI program 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. 

 

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Session Date Title Participating Faculty
October 1, 2021 Religion, Identity Politics, and Civil Wars RSVP Daniel Agbiboa, Scott Appleby, Aleksa Djilas, Page Fortna, Kelly Greenhill, Ram Manikkalingam, James Millward, Dipali Mukhopadhyay, Kenneth Oye, Kenneth Pollack, Gerard Prunier, Maya Tudor, Stephen Van Evera
November 1, 2021 Realism, Liberalism & China John Mearsheimer, Andrew Moravcsik
December 6, 2021 Pandemic Security Nancy Connell, Gigi Gronvall
January 3, 2022 Cybersecurity & Biosecurity R. David Edelman, Kenneth Oye, Edward You
January 28, 2022 National Economies in a Globalized World Rawi Abdelal, Sarah Chayes, Alex de Waal, Daniel Drezner, Josef Joffe, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Kenneth Oye, Adam Segal, Luis Videgaray
March 8, 2022 Japan, Europe & South Korea – Allies Forever? Victor Cha, Jolyon Howorth, Richard Samuels
April 4, 2022 Iran, Turkey & Israel Suzanne Maloney, Natan Sachs, Ömer Taşpınar
April 29, 2022 US National Security Policy Avery Goldstein, Bruce Hoffman, Jonathan Kirshner, Andrey Kortunov, Keir Lieber, Vipin Narang, Daryl Press, Paul Staniland, Caitlin Talmadge, Jim Walsh

2022-23 ADMISSIONS STARTED FEBRUARY 2022

KELLY M. GREENHILL NAMED DIRECTOR OF THE MIT SEMINAR XXI PROGRAM

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