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For both reasons of public health and to be compliant with California’s Covid-19 rules, your World Affairs Council has suspended in-person luncheons for the time being. In their stead, we have initiated a program of 15-minute ‘quick takes’ lectures by leading international affairs experts in the Monterey region. These will be posted here according to the schedule below. If your email address is not already on file with WACMB, please click here to send a request to be added to the distribution list.

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Past Speakers and Topics

Below is a list of the speakers who have presented at previous WACMB Luncheon Lectures and Quick Takes.

DATESPEAKERAFFILIATIONTOPIC
2021-11-15BAYLOUNY, Anne MarieNaval Postgraduate SchoolChronicle of a Crisis Foretold: Lebanon’s Economic Collapse
2021-10-15MARTIN, Peter

HAIGHT, Boyd
Bloomberg News

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China’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy
2021-09-15BARFIELD, ThomasBoston UniversityCrisis in Afghanistan: why military victories alone cannot create stable governments
2021-08-15TAYLOR, WilliamUS Institute of PeaceRussia – The United States – Ukraine: Where Do We Go From Here?
2021-07-30RODWIN, Victor G. New York University Lessons for Americans? A Comparative Analysis of Health Systems Abroad
2021-07-15BACEVICH, AndrewQuincy Institute for Responsible StatecraftAfter the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed
2021-06-30WATTS, ClintonForeign Policy Research InstituteSurviving in a Social Media World of Hackers, Terrorists, Russians, and Fake News
2021-06-15RUSSELL, JamesNaval Postgraduate SchoolUS – Israeli Relations at the Crossroads?
2021-05-30NEWHOUSE, AlexMiddlebury Institute of International StudiesAccelerationism: The International Apocalyptic Doctrine That’s Unifying the Far Right
2021-05-15EVERTON, SeanNaval Postgraduate SchoolUnderstanding Dark Networks
2021-04-30TSYPKIN, MikhailNaval Postgraduate SchoolHow Democracy Has Failed in Russia
2021-04-15GRUHN, IsebillUniversity of California, Santa Cruz (Emerita)Brexit and Beyond
2021-03-30HAWKE, FrankFormer China Director, Stanford University Graduate School of BusinessChina’s Development Model: Is It Sustainable?
2021-03-15FINGAR, ThomasStanford UniversityDoes China Have a Grand Strategy?
2021-02-28KUPCHAN, CharlesCouncil on Foreign Relations & Georgetown UniversityFrom Trump to Biden: Navigating Isolationist and Internationalist Traditions in U.S. Statecraft
2021-02-15JONES, BruceThe Brookings InstitutionThe Long Crisis of Order
2021-01-30GAUSE, GregoryTexas A&M UniversitySecurity Issues in the Persian Gulf 2021
2021-01-15GLENZER, KentMiddlebury Institute of International StudiesThe Role of International Organizations in a Global Pandemic
2020-12-15HICKS, J. MorrisEngineer, Business Executive, AuthorConnecting the Dots to a Sustainable Future
2020-11-30LIPMAN, JonathanMount Holyoke CollegeMuslims and Islam in China: Focus on the Uyghurs
2020-11-15AUSLIN, Michael RobertStanford University, The Hoover InstitutionAsia’s New Geopolitics: Essays on Reshaping the Indo-Pacific
2020-10-30GRZYMALA-BUSSE, AnnaStanford University, Freeman Spogli InstitutePopulism and the Erosion of Democracy in Poland and Hungary
2020-10-15STRAWSER, BradleyNaval Postgraduate School, MontereyReflections on the Ethics of Warfare and Changing Technology
2020-09-30CZARNECKI, JonathanNaval War College at NPSGlobalization, Governance, and Change
2020-09-15CHATTERJEE, AnshuNPSIndia and the Government of Prime Minister Modi
2020-08-30TOMLINSON, RobertNaval War College at NPSNational Security Affairs in the Age of Covid-19
2020-08-15MEIERDING, EmilyNPSOil and Gas Disputes: One Less Thing to Worry About
2020-07-30BLEEK, PhilippMIISHelping People Help Themselves: How Prepared Were Governments to Meet Covid-19 Related Expectations of their Constituents?
2020-07-15CLANCY, MikeCitizens Climate LobbyThe Impact of Covid-19 on Climate Change
2020-06-30WHITESIDE, CraigNaval War College at NPSThe ISIS Reader
2020-06-15ROBINSON, Glenn E.NPS, Associate ProfessorGlobal Jihad
2020-02-25CLANCY, MikeUS Navy Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography CenterThe Climate Crisis: A Major Challenge for the World
2020-01-20KNOPF, Jeffrey, PhDMIIS, Professor, Program ChairHow to Prevent a Dictator from Using Chemical Weapons: Lessons from Syria
2019-12-12HAIGHT, BoydUN Food and Agriculture OrganizationGlobal Challenges for Food and Agriculture
2019-09-20SARAGOZA, Dr. Alex M.UC, Berkeley, Professor EmeritusRelations Between the US and Mexico
2019-08-22GRUHN, Dr. IsebillUC, Santa Cruz, Professor EmeritaEurope in Turmoil
2019-07-11DIAMOND, Prof. LarryStanford University, Senior FellowIll Winds: Saving Democracy from Russian Rage, Chinese Ambition, and American Complacency
2019-06-21TRINKUNAS, Dr. HaroldStanford University, Senior Research ScholarVenezuela’s Crisis: Chavez, Maduro, and Beyond?
2019-05-23BARMA, Dr. Naazneen H.NPS, Associate ProfessorAfghanistan: Political Order and the Prospects for Peace
2019-04-24BEDWELL, BarryCalifornia Agricultural Leadership Foundation, PresidentThe Impact of California Agriculture in the International Arena
2019-03-27GREGG, Prof. HeatherNPS, Associate ProfessorRebuilding Iraq After ISIS
2019-02-25BAYLOUNY, Prof. Anne MarieNPS, Associate ProfessorThe Syrian Refugee Crisis
2019-01-21BLAZAKIS, Prof. JasonMIIS, Professor of PracticeFinancing Terror: ISIS and Antiquities
2018-12-06CLIFFORD, BillPresident and CEO, World Affairs Council of AmericanJapan, America, and the New Nationalism
2018-11-16BLEEK, Dr. Philipp C.MIIS, Associate ProfessorChemical Weapons and Their Horrible, But Also Hopeful, Past, Present, and Future
2018-10-19BRUNEAU, Prof. TomNPS, Distinguished Professor EmeritusPatriots for Profit?  America’s Experience with Private Military Contractors
2018-09-28McFAUL, Prof. MichaelU.S. Ambassador to Russian FederationFrom Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin’s Russia
2018-08-23MANESS, RyanNPSCyber Strategy: Russia, Purin and Political Warfare
2018-07-19IPSON, MichaelInternational BankerXi In Command
2018-06-08SPRINGBORG, Dr. RobertNPS (ret.) & Italian Institute Of International AffairsThe Demise of the Arab Spring and the Deep State
2018-05-17OSTOVAR, Prof. AfshonNPSWhy Iran Remains a Challenge for U.S. Foreign Policy
2018-04-20LANGHOLZ, Dr. JeffMIISA Global Water Crisis? The Future of Water is Closer and Better Than You Think
2018-03-27HANHAM, MelissaMIIS, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation StudiesNorth Korea’s Weapons of Mass Destruction
2018-02-27MORGAN, Emeritus Prof. E. PhilipMIISChallenges to South Africa’s Democracy
2018-01-25RUSSELL, Dr. James A.NPS, Department of National SecurityWorlds Imploding: Politics and Security in the Middle East
2017-12-21HANSEN, Dr. Jim, SESSuperintendent, U. S. Naval Research Laboratory, MontereyMeteorology, Oceanography, and National Security
2017-11-29GUELDRY, Prof. MichelMIISToday’s Crisis in the European Union: Challenge and Opportunity?
2017-10-26DERR, Prof. Jennifer L.UC Santa CruzA Revolution No More: The Trajectory of Egyptian Politics Since 2011
2017-09-18MEIERDING, Prof. EmilyNPSClimate Change and Conflict: Assessing the Risks
2017-08-25JOHNSON, Prof. Thomas H.NPSThe Taliban and the Future of the Afghan Conflict
2017-07-14FUKUYAMA PhD, Prof. FrancisFreeman Spogli Institute, Stanford The Global Rise of Populist Nationalism?
2017-06-19PORCH, Prof. DougNPS, Distinguished Professor EmeritusSustaining Peace in Colombia
2017-05-31FARR, Honorable SamU.S. House of Representatives (1993 – 2016)Congressional Politics and Foreign Affairs: The Inside Story
2017-04-26HOUT, Prof. ThomasMIIS, Visiting Professor – Tufts UniversityThe Looming Issues in U.S. – China Trade Relations
2017-03-28LUCIUS, Dr. CaseyFormer Professor of National Security, Naval War CollegeTests of American Resolve: U.S. National Security Challenges in the Year Ahead
2017-03-07COBBS, ElizabethProducer and WriterHot Topic: “American Umpire” film and Panel Discussion
2017-03-07Shelley, JamesDirector and ProducerHot Topic: “American Umpire” film and Panel Discussion
2017-02-17GINGERAS, Prof. RyanNPS, Assoc. Prof. National Security Affairs Turkey on the Brink: Assessing the Uncertainties of the Erdogan Era
2017-01-24DARNTON, Prof. ChristopherNPS, Assoc. Prof. National Security Affairs Ideology, Institutions, and Instability in Contemporary Latin America
2016-12-16CHORIN, Dr. EthanCEO Perim AssociatesThe United States and Libya in the Age of ISIS
2016-11-16GLOSNY, Prof. MichaelNPSChina’s Rising Power: The South China Sea
2016-10-18ARQUILLA, Prof. JohnNPSForeign Policy and the Presidential Election: A Nonpartisan Assessment
2016-09-23PICK, COL. Danial “Dino”Deputy City Manager, MontereyAmerica’s Foreign Language Deficit: A National Security Crisis?
2016-08-25GREGG, Prof. HeatherNPSThe Eveolution of ISIS: The State, the Transnational Terrorist Threat, and Lone Wolves
2016-07-18HAWKE, Prof. FrankStanford UniversityChina’s New Political Economy
2016-06-20VARNUM, Prof. JessicaMIISBridge to Nowhere? Turkey and the West after the Arab Spring
2016-05-20ROGOWSKY PhD, Prof. RobertMIISThe Trans – Pacific Partnership (TPP)
2016-04-25FREEMAN, MichaelNPSTerrorist Financing: Past, Present and Future
2016-03-21COHEN, AvnerMIISNuclear Weapons Proliferation in the Middle East: How Big a Threat
2016-02-18STONER, KathrynStanford UniversityThe Domestic Sources of Russia’s Return to Global Affairs
2016-01-21FRANK, PeterNPSDoes Europe Have a Future
2015-12-18SNEIDER, DanielStanford UniversityDivided Memories: How Wartime History Continues to Bedevil Northeast Asia
2015-11-16HEBERGER, MatthewPacific InstituteDealing with Drought: What CA Can learn from Other Water – Scarce Countries
2015-10-22ARQUILLA, JohnNPSHow to Think About Cyber Security
2015-09-25ARROCHA, WilliamMIISThe Global Migration Crisis
2015-08-17GAUSE, GregoryTexas A&M UniversityThe Middle East Cold War
2015-07-30HUNTLEY, WadeNPSThe United States and Iran: Interpreting the Nuclear Negotiations
2015-06-17SLAYTON, DavidStanford UniversityThe Arctic: Challenges and Opportunities in Security, Energy, and GeoPolitics
2015-05-22DAYTON – JOHNSON, JeffMIISBrazil’s Economic Future
2015-04-24ANDERSON, Prof. DavidCSUMB & NPSThe Fortieth Anniversary of the Fall of Saigon: Disputed Memory
2015-03-31SHOWE, JonathanAuthorThe United States and Cuba: Obstacles and Opportunities for Change
2015-02-27FUKUYAMA, Dr. FrancisStanford UniversityPolitical Order and Political Decay
2015-01-28HOUT, ThomasMIISProtest in Hong Kong: Does It Matter?
2014-12-15ROBINSON, GlennNPSA Kurdish State: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?
2014-11-17CLARKE, Prof. DuncanAmerican UniversityContemporary American Foreign Policy: Contending Perspectives
2014-10-24Film Screening, Panel Discussion, ReceptionMIIS Irvine AuditoriumHot Topic: Combating Human Trafficking
2014-09-30NESHEIWAT, Dr. JuliaNPSThe New GeoPolitics of Energy: Challenges and Opportunities
2014-08-25HAFEZ, MohammedNPSISIS and the Future of Iraq
2014-07-22O’SULLIVAN, ChristopherUSFToday’s U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Can We Learn from FDR?
2014-06-27JOSHI, SharadMIISIndia’s General Election 2014: The Biggest Ever Democratic Exercise
2014-05-19TWOMEY, ChristopherNPSChinese Foreign Policy
2014-04-30YERXA, RufusNPSUS Trade Policy in a Globalizing Age
2014-03-28GINGERAS, Prof. RyanNPSTurkey’s Crisis of Leadership: Tayyip Erdogan in Both a Contemporary and Historical Light
2014-02-19DAYTON – JOHNSON, JeffMIISThe Developing World’s Middle Class
2014-01-30PIOMBO, Prof. JessicaNPSSouth Africa After Mandela
2013-12-16CALKINS, RoyalMonterey HeraldCovering World News in a Community Newspaper
2013-11-20GREGG, HeatherNPSConflict within the Islamic World
2013-10-29ABENHEIM, DonaldNPSGermany’s Role in a Shifting Europe
2013-09-25JOHNSON, ThomasNPSAfghanistan Endgame
2013-08-21SPRINGBORG, Prof. RobertNPSEgypt Against Itself: Officers, Islamists, and “Liberals” in an Unstable Menage a Trois
2013-07-17MORGAN, PhilipMIISChina in Africa
2013-06-24HAHN, GordonCSIS, MIISFrom Chechnya to the Boston Bombings: The Caucasus Emirate Mujahedin
2013-05-24GUZMAN, AndrewUC – BerkeleyOverheated: The Human Cost of Climate Change
2013-04-22WOLFSTHAL, JonMIISEvolving Nuclear Threats from North Korea and Iran
2013-03-15CHAN, MelissaKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionChallenges Journalists Face Getting a Story in a Troubled World
2013-03-15SEMAAN, Mariam Knight Fellows Panel DiscussionChallenges Journalists Face Getting a Story in a Troubled World
2013-03-15WESTERVELT, EricKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionChallenges Journalists Face Getting a Story in a Troubled World
2013-02-18IPSON, MichaelInternat’l Finance CorporationChina’s New Leadership: Who Are They and What’s on Their Agenda?
2013-01-18DAHL, ErikNPS Are We Safer Today? The State of America’s Homeland Security
2012-12-12FARRELL, TerrenceSpanish GuitaristHoliday Dinner
2012-11-15DENNING, DorothyDLICyberSecurity: Are we Headed Towards a Cyber Pearl Harbor or 9 – 11?
2012-10-26ARQUILLA, JohnNPSCampaign 2012: A Voter’s Guide to Foreign Policy and Security Issues
2012-09-17SCHMIERER, RichardState DepartmentMiddle East in Crisis
2012-08-22POLLINS, BrianOhio State UniversityThe Euro Crisis: Origins and Prospects
2012-07-16LEACH, JerryWAC National OfficeWhere is the Egyptian Revolution Going?
2012-06-20VASSILIEVA, Anna BorisovnaMIISPolitician and Economic Trends in Russia
2012-05-14BOWERS, DanielDLIOn the Ground in Afghanistan
2012-05-14HARVEY, SimeonDLIOn the Ground in Afghanistan
2012-05-14McCROY, MatthewDLIOn the Ground in Afghanistan
2012-04-05MAIOR, George CristianRomanian Intelligence ServiceRomania Today: A New Security Partnership for the US in Europe
2012-03-16BOUZA, TeresaKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionInternational Perspective on the American Race for President
2012-03-16FANTAYE, GirmaKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionInternational Perspective on the American Race for President
2012-03-16McKAY, EmadKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionInternational Perspective on the American Race for President
2012-03-16WILLIAMS, MartynKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionInternational Perspective on the American Race for President
2012-02-29PORTER, WayneNPSRethinking US Foreign Policy
2012-01-27STEINBERG, DavidGeorgetown UniversityHow Promising Burma’s New Developments?
2011-12-15PADDOCK, BobDLITunisia and the Origins of the Arab Spring
2011-11-29HARRISON, DianneCSUMBHigher Education Challenges in the Middle East
2011-10-28NIETO, Prof. RodrigoNPSWhich Way Mexico?
2011-09-26DAVIDSON, ErikWells Fargo Private BankThe Japanese Economy: Where Is It? Where Is It Going? Will the United States Follow the Same Path?
2011-08-17CRETZ, Amb. GeneState DepartmentInside Libya
2011-07-26SPRINGBORG, Prof. RobertNPSPost – Mubarak Egypt and Its Challenges for US Policy
2011-06-28KLINE, JeffreyNPSPiracy and Global Maritime Security
2011-05-25PHILLIPS, JohnNPSHeavy Lifting in Space: Building the International Space Station
2011-04-27PICK, Danial (Dino)DLIWhither the Middle East Revolutionary Wave
2011-03-10DUFF – BROWN, BethKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionWikiLeaks and Beyond—The Impact of Transparency on Newsgathering and International Relations
2011-03-10GHAZI, SaharKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionWikiLeaks and Beyond—The Impact of Transparency on Newsgathering and International Relations
2011-03-10HIRSCH, “Paddy”Knight Fellows Panel DiscussionWikiLeaks and Beyond—The Impact of Transparency on Newsgathering and International Relations
2011-03-10VAZQUEZ, KatKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionWikiLeaks and Beyond—The Impact of Transparency on Newsgathering and International Relations
2011-02-18IPSON, MichaelInternat’l Finance CorporationInside the Chinese Economic Juggernaut
2011-01-31POTTER, Dr. William C.MIIS, Founder and Director of the Center for Nonproliferation StudiesNuclear Dangers on the Horizon: What Is To Be Done?
2010-12-16CORONA, Carlos – FelixGovernment of MexicoAn Evening with the Consul General of Mexico in SF
2010-11-16KADHIM, Prof. AbbasNPSYou Vote, We Decide: Iraq’s March Elections and the Ensuing Political Process
2010-10-22ARQUILLA, Prof. JohnNPSTalking with the Enemy in Afghanistan
2010-09-29DAHL, ErikNPSIntelligence Reform and Reorganization: Is it Making Us Sager Today?
2010-08-24SIEGEL, ScottNPSThe Euro is Falling! The Euro is Falling! Chicken Souvlaki and the European Financial Crisis
2010-07-16LEAVITT, SandraNPSPolitical Crisis in Thailand
2010-06-30SHOWE, JonathanAuthorCuba Rising
2010-05-25KUWAYAMA, TeruKnight FellowAlternate Realities: A Journey Through Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kashmir
2010-04-26FINGAR, ThomasUS State DepartmentChina on the World State
2010-03-31KARDAM, NuketMIISWomen in Islam: Debate and Reform in the Muslim World
2010-02-25CUELLAR, AlfonsoKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionTweets, Texts, and Posts: The Wild Frontier of Social and Online Media Around the World
2010-02-25FAN, MaureenKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionTweets, Texts, and Posts: The Wild Frontier of Social and Online Media Around the World
2010-02-25KUWAYAMA, TeruKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionTweets, Texts, and Posts: The Wild Frontier of Social and Online Media Around the World
2010-02-25RADU, PaulKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionTweets, Texts, and Posts: The Wild Frontier of Social and Online Media Around the World
2010-01-14SEPP, Kalev INPS, Senior Lecturer in Defense AnalysisWhat Next in North Korea?
2009-12-15ESFANDIARI, HalehWoodrow Wilson CenterAn Evening with Haleh Esfandiari
2009-11-18HAFEZ, MohammedNPSIslamic Militancy in North Africa
2009-10-27CROCKER, RyanState DepartmentLessons from a Long War: The US and the Broader Middle East
2009-09-18MORGAN, PhilipMIISTaking Stock: What are the Prospects for Stability and Development in Africa?
2009-08-27PICK, Danial (Dino)DLIAfghanistan Update
2009-07-31SPRINGBORG, Prof. RobertNPSEgypt in the 21 st Century
2009-06-16RAMASWAMY, SunderMIISGlobal Economic Issues
2009-05-20RUEHSEN, MoyaraMIISMoney Laundering and Terrorist Financing in the Middle East
2009-04-29PORCH, DougNPSColombia: back From the Brink 4/29/09
2009-03-06BUNSHA, DionneKnight FellowThe World Financial Crisis
2009-03-06DORIA, PedroKnight FellowThe World financial Crisis
2009-03-06HERMAN, BurtKnight FellowThe World Financial Crisis
2009-03-06SMITH, GeriKnight FellowThe World Financial Crisis
2009-02-19BAER, RobertWriterThe Devil We Know—Dealing with the New Iranian Superpower
2009-01-27CHANNELL, Ralph NormanNPSRussia Returns to the World Scene
2008-12-12HIEBERT, FredrikNational GeographicAfghanistan: The Amazing Story of the National Museum, Kabul, and Its Treasures
2008-11-24MOLTZ, Dr ClayNPSArming the Heavens?
2008-10-27HERBERG, MikkalPacific Council on International Policy
2008-09-29ARQUILLA, Prof. JohnNPSCampaign 2008: A Voter’s Guide to Foreign Policy and Security Issues
2008-08-26SANDUSKY, Sue AnnDLIThe Defense Language Institute’s Response to War on Terror
2008-07-25SIV, SichanFormer U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Economic and Social CouncilGolden Bones: An Extraordinary Journey from Hell in Cambodia to a New Life in America
2008-06-24KADHIM, AbbasNPSInside Iraq: Domestic Politics and the Prospect for Nation Building
2008-05-22LYON, DavidState Department (retired)From Whales, Missionaries, and Gunboats to the Global War on Terrorism: America and the Pacific Islands from the 1840s to Today
2008-04-25ROBINSON, GlennNPSUS Policy in Palestine: Failure to Follow the Script in Hand
2008-03-08DUDLEY, StevenKnight FellowImpacts of Globalization Where I Live and Work
2008-03-08PERRETT, JanineKnight FellowImpacts of Globalization Where I Live and Work
2008-03-08SCHULTZ, SusannaKnight FellowImpacts of Globalization Where I Live and Work
2008-03-08YOUNG, RickKnight FellowImpacts of Globalization Where I Live and Work
2008-02-21HAN, DongmanEmbassy of KoreaThe Future of the Korean Peninsula (with Jack Pritchard and Andrew Ou)
2008-02-21OU, AndrewU.S. Department of StateThe Future of the Korean Peninsula (with Dongman Han and Jack Pritchard)
2008-02-21PRITCHARD, Charles (Jack)Korea Economic InstituteThe Future of the Korean Peninsula (with Dongman Han and Andrew Ou))
2008-01-31MANN, JamesJohns Hopkins UniversityAmerican Policy Towards China
2007-12-11MINETA, NormHill and KnowltonInternational Transportation in Crisis: Keeping the Global Supply Chan Moving
2007-11-28WALES, JaneWAC – San FranciscoDarfur, Chad, and the Responsibility to Protect
2007-10-24CHANDRASEKARAN, RajivThe Washington PostImperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq’s Green Zone
2007-09-25BAYLOUNY, Prof. AnneNPSLebanon: Current Crisis, Old Problems
2007-08-29ROBINSON, GlennNPSWhy Gaza Matters
2007-07-25BUTLER, PhillipFormer POW – VietnamTerror Detainees: The US Debate
2007-06-26PIOMBO, Prof. JessicaNPSElections in Nigeria: Democratic Development or Decline?
2007-05-16JOHNSON, ThomasNPSPakistan and the War on Terror: Running with the Hare and Hunting with the Hounds
2007-04-12ZIELENZIGER, MichaelUC – BerkeleyWhat Happened to Tokyo? Understanding the Simmering Discontent of Modern Japan
2007-03-27SHORE, ZacharyNPSBreeding Bin Ladens: America, Islam, and the Future of Europe
2007-03-03AKHVLEDIANI, MargaritaKnight Fellow – Inst. For War and Peace, Tbilisi, GeorgiaDangerous Assignments: What Journalists do to Bring You a Story
2007-03-03ALI, ImitiazKnight Fellow – BBC PakistanDangerous Assignments: What Journalists do to Bring You a Story
2007-03-03McBRIDE, PeterKnight Fellow – Freelance PhotographerDangerous Assignments: What Journalists do to Bring You a Story
2007-03-03SANCHEZ, Patricia MercadoKnight Fellow – Editor, El EconomistaDangerous Assignments: What journalists Do to Bring You a Story
2007-03-03SCHMIDT, EricKnight Fellow – New York TimesDangerous Assignments: What Journalists Do to Bring You a Story
2007-01-22TAYLOR, John BStanford UniversityGlobal Financial Warriors: The Untold Story of International Finance in the Post 9/11 World
2006-12-14KEZIRIAN, RichardMPCInsights into Great Leadership
2006-11-09CHHIBBER, PradeepUC – BerkeleyRising India: Democratic Politics and Economic Growth
2006-10-18SEPP, Kalev INPSThe Next War in Iraq
2006-09-21ROTHSTEIN, Hy S.NPSAfghanistan and Unconventional Warfare
2006-08-17DITTMER, LowellUC – BerkeleyA Rising China: Will It Be Peaceful?
2006-07-17HASSOUNA, HusseinLeague of Arab StatesCurrent Challenges Facing the Arab World
2006-06-22YU, ClaraMIISInternational Education in the 21 st Century
2006-05-30TRINKUNAS, HaroldNPSUnderstanding Venezuela’s New “Bolivarian” Foreign Policy: Implications for the United States and Latin America
2006-04-10STEINBERG, DavidGeorgetown UniversityBurma: The State of Myanmar
2006-03-11AU, AllenKnight FellowPress Freedom Around the World
2006-03-11DOMOSLAWSKI, ArturKnight FellowPress Freedom Around the World
2006-03-11ESPINA – VARONA, IndayKnight FellowPress Freedom Around the World
2006-03-11PRADHAN, SumanKnight FellowPress Freedom Around the World
2006-03-11TURNER, MartinKnight FellowPress freedom Around the World
2006-02-21STEDMAN, StevenStanford UniversityThe United nations: Prospects for Reform (2/21/06)
2006-01-24ARQUILLA, JohnNPSThe Web, The Net, and the War on Terror
2005-12-19BRODER, DavidThe Washington PostWhere Have All the Leaders Gone?
2005-11-15GOLD, Dr. ThomasUC – BerkeleyManaging the US – Taiwan – China Relationship
2005-10-17World Quest Game Introducing WorldQuest, The Popular International Quiz Game
2005-09-27MANSAGER, Col. TuckerDLI CommandantUS – Afghan – Pakistani Cooperation
2005-08-16NASR, Dr. ValiNPSImplications of Recent Developments in Iran
2005-07-18AJAK, BenjaminAuthorThe Human Face of Turmoil in Sudan, Spoke along with Alepho Deng
2005-07-18DENG, AlephoAuthorThe human Face of Turmoil in Sudan, Spoke along with Benjamin Ajak
2005-06-09CAMPBELL, LeslieNational Democratic InstituteProspects for Democracy in the Middle East, Spoke along with Judy Van Rest
2005-06-09VAN REST, JudyInternational Republican InstituteProspects for Democracy in the Middle East, Spoke along with Leslie Campbell
2005-05-10GUTTIERI, Dr. KarenNPSSingleton Scholarship Dinner: Stability Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq
2005-04-22BEREUTER, Hon. DouglasAsia FoundationCongress and the Making of American Foreign Policy
2005-03-28KIPPER, Dr. JudithCouncil on Foreign RelationsThe United States and Saudi Arabia
2005-03-12DADA, CarlosKnight FellowGlobalization Reassessed
2005-03-12FERRISS, SusanKnight FellowGlobalization Reassessed
2005-03-12JETER, JohnKnight FellowGlobalization Reassessed
2005-03-12WEIHUA, ChenKnight FellowGlobalization Reassessed
2005-02-22SANDS, AmyMIISWeapons of Mass Destruction: What Lies Ahead?
2005-01-18ROBINSON, Prof. GlennNPSThe Palestinians in Post – Arafat Middle East
2004-12-10FINGAR, Hon. ThomasUS State DepartmentThe 9/11 Commission and Intelligence Reform
2004-11-09EMMERSON, DonaldStanford UniversityIndonesia 2004: The Year of Voting Peacefully
2004-10-28LEACH, JerryWAC National OfficeTurkey: An illiberal Democracy
2004-09-28GUELDRY, MichelMIISAn Update of Recent Developments in the European Union
2004-08-05DIAMOND, Dr. LarryStanford UniversityProspects for Democracy and Stability in Iraq
2004-07-23BEININ, Prof. JoelStanford UniversityIs There a Viable Roadmap to Israeli – Palestinian Peace?
2004-06-07EIKENBERRY, Major General KarlUS ArmyBuilding Security in Afghanistan
2004-05-13WEINER, EricNPRSingleton Dinner: An Evening with Eric Weiner of National Public Radio: The Global Clash Between Modern and Ancient Societies
2004-04-17ABBAS, AsmatKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Superpower
2004-04-17GONZALEZ, PabloKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Super Power
2004-04-17GUISSANI, BrunoKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Superpower
2004-04-17KANDA, YukiKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Superpower
2004-04-17MAKELAINEN, MikaKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Superpower
2004-04-17PARK, Yong ChanKnight FellowForeign Perspectives on the US Role as Superpower
2004-03-22VASSILIEVA, Anna BorisovnaMIISThe United States and Russia
2004-02-25OBERDORFER, DonJohn Hopkins UniversityThe Korea Crisis
2004-01-13LAMPTON, DavidJohn Hopkins UniversityThe Stealth Normalization of US – China Relations Since 9/11
2003-12-11PANETTA, Hon. LeonPanetta InstituteAnnual Holiday Dinner: U. S. Foreign Policy in the 21st Century – World Leader or Empire?
2003-11-20SIMONE, Col. Michael R. DLIWhat is Ahead for US – Russian Military Cooperation?
2003-10-23FEELY, Col. John NPSThe Challenges of Nation – Building: Kosovo to Iraq
2003-08-20REYNOLDS, PeterE. D., Institute For Emergency Mental Health ServicesHow Goes it With Al – Qaeda Around the World?
2003-07-24AKAHA, TsuneoMIISThe Korean Peninsula
2003-06-27LAMB, DavidJournalist – L.A. Times Washington BureauPresident’s Luncheon: Vietnam, Now: A Reporter Returns
2003-05-20ADAMS, JamesSenior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Wash., D. C.Singleton Dinner: Smoke and Mirrors – The World of International Intelligence
2003-04-22FARHAT – HOLZMAN, Dr. LainaWACMB BoardMilitant Religion Around the World
2003-03-15Five Foreign JournalistsKnight Fellows Panel DiscussionForeign Perspectives on the War on Terrorism
2003-02-20WOOD, Dr. GlynnMIISIndia and Pakistan: Fight or Negotiate?
2003-01-22COBB, Jr., Lt. Col. James L. DLIThe Land Grab in Zimbabwe and Other East Africa Issues
2002-12-10MORGAN, Dr. MariaNPS and Earlham College, IndianaIssues Confronting China: The Economy, Ecology, and Liberation
2002-10-24EMMERSON, Prof. Donald K. Stanford University – Senior FellowThe Future of the Other Muslim World: Southeast Asia
2002-09-26BODINE, Ambassador Barbara K. U.S. Ambassador to YemenAn Ambassador in Rough Neighborhoods: Counterterrorism and U. S. Policy
2002-08-08LAWSON, FredWACMB Board Past PresidentWest Africa – A Region in Meltdown?
2002-07-16SKINNER, ElizabethNPSNepal – What Happened to Shangri – La?
2002-06-18FRANCONA, Lt. Col (ret.) RickU. S. Army (ret.)Drinking the Kool – Aid: A Perspective on Recent U.S. – Iraqi Relations
2002-05-09SMITH, Dr. PeterCSUMB PresidentInternational Relations and Diversity in Education
2002-04-16FARHAT – HOLZMAN, Dr. LainaWACMB BoardAre We Overselling Democracy Around the World?
2002-03-09Eight Journalists Knight Fellows Panel DiscussionForeign Perceptions of the ‘War on Terrorism’
2002-02-11LAPIDUS, Dr. GailStanford University Senior FellowRussia In a New Relationship: Russia in the Wake of September 11th
2002-01-17TAYLOR, Dr. PhilipWACMB BoardColumbia: Hot Spot fopr U.S. Policy?
2001-12-10AKAHA, Dr. Tsuneo MIISHoliday Dinner and WAC 50th Birthday Party: A Time of Transition for Japan: Can They Do It?
2001-11-18ARROCHA, Dr. William MIIS; Attorney – International Court of Justice in the Hague; Professor EmeritusRoundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? International Organizations and Institutions
2001-11-18JOHNSTON, Dr. Bruce F. MIIS; Attorney – International Court of Justice in the Hague; Professor EmeritusRoundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? International Organizations and Institutions
2001-11-18SMALL, Warren E.MIIS; Attorney – International Court of Justice in the Hague; Professor EmeritusRoundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? International Organizations and Institutions
2001-10-16McCULLOCH, WilliamLawyer and International Development ConsultantAfghanistan: Poster Child for Disaster
2001-09-20SMESTAD, Dr. Greg P. MIISDo We Need a Global Energy Policy?
2001-08-22MORGAN, Dr. E. PhilipMIIS Dean GSIPSCan South Africa Make Democracy Work?
2001-07-23BECHTOLD, Dr. PeterU.S. State DepartmentWhat is Really Happening in Sudan?
2001-07-15ARROCHA, WilliamRound Table Discussion: MIIS, Philippines Diplomat, Former WAC President. Roundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? Mexico, the Philippines, and Nigeria
2001-07-15FISHER, Dr. GlennRound Table Discussion: MIIS, Philippines Diplomat, Former WAC President. Roundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? Mexico, the Philippines, and Nigeria
2001-07-15LAWSON, FredRound Table Discussion: MIIS, Philippines Diplomat, Former WAC President. Roundtable Discussion: How Goes Democracy Around the World? Mexico, the Philippines, and Nigeria
2001-06-15RICE, Commandant, Col Kevin M.DLIThe Many Faces of China
2001-05-10ELLISON, Admiral DavidSuperintendent, NPSSingleton Scholarships Presidents Dinner: From Basket Case to Bulwark: Transforming Bosnia
2001-04-12SIMONS JR., Ambassador Thomas W.Stanford UniversityPakistan: Incubator for Central Asian Conflicts. A Danger to Whom?
2001-03-15LAPIDUS, Dr. GailSenior Fellow – StanfordTurmoil in Central Asia: The Old Silk Route
2001-02-16MICHILAK, Dr. LarryUC Berkeley Institute for Middle Eastern StudiesNorth Africa: Guns, Butter, and Democracy?
2001-01-21CUTTER, NatelaRound Table Discussion: WACMB Board, Radio Talk Show Host, DLI and MIISHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2001-01-21MORGAN, E. PhilipRound Table Discussion: WACMB Board, Radio Talk Show Host, DLI and MIISHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2001-01-21TAYLOR, PhilipRound Table Discussion: WACMB Board, Radio Talk Show Host, DLI and MIISHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2001-01-21VATOMSKY, CyrilRound Table Discussion: WACMB Board, Radio Talk Show Host, DLI and MIISHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-12-08VELIOTES, Ambassador NicholasMiddle East Institute, Council on Foreign RelationsThe New White House – Foreign Policy Priorities
2000-11-09MALHOTRA, Dr. AshokProf. Philosophy, State U. of NY, OneontaSingleton Scholarship Dinner: The Two Indias: The Literacy Gap – An Urgent Race for Survival
2000-10-12MONNING, William W. MIISMexico After the Landmark Election: Miracles and Old Baggage
2000-09-16FARHAT – HOLZMAN, Laina; WACMB MembersHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-09-16LAWSON, FredWACMB MembersHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-09-16O’ROURKE, Maj. Patrick C.WACMB MembersHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-09-16PATTERSON, Stan (Moderator)WACMB MembersHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-09-16WOOD, GlynnWACMB MembersHow Goes Democracy Around the World? A Roundtable Discussion
2000-07-13GRINEVSKY, Ambassador OlegDiplomat – in – Residence, MIISThe U. S., Russia, and the Missle Defense Issue
2000-06-09POLSBY, Dr. NelsonUC BerkeleyThe Administration of Foreign Policy
2000-05-11BECHTOLD, Dr. PeterForeign Service Institute VAMiddle East Overview
2000-04-08BLACK, Dr. Janet KnippersMIIS and Monterey Aditi FoundationKnight Fellows Weekend: Discussion all day; Dinner with Live Dancing, Music and Poetry
2000-04-08DANZA ADITI MIIS and Monterey Aditi FoundationKnight Fellows Weekend: Discussion all day; Dinner with Live Dancing, Music and Poetry
2000-02-17OKSENBERG, Dr. MichelAsian/Pacific Research Center – StanfordHow Goes Our Relationship with China?
2000-01-12DORMAN, William A.Cal State University, SacramentoPictures in our Heads: The Media and U. S. Foreign Policy
1999-12-11EL GUINDI, Dr. FadwaUSCVeiled Men, Private Women: A Journey into Arab Culture and Islamic Text
1999-11-23LEHMAN II, Dr. Ronald F.Lawrence Livermore National LabPreventive Diplomacy: Will This Work for North Korea?
1999-11-02TURNER, Admiral StansfieldUniv. of MarylandSingleton Scholarship Dinner: Caging the Genes
1999-09-21GARRETT, Dr. SteveMIISConfronting the Past: General Pinochet and Friends
1999-09-16STOCKTON, Dr. PaulNPSThe Changing Role of Congress in U. S. Foreign Policy
1999-08-02KUPCHAN, CharlesN/AAfter Pax Americana: An American Grand Strategy For the New Century?
1999-07-14SELBY, RichardRetired Foreign Service officerThe International Monetary Fund: Beauty or Beast?
1999-06-18JACOBY, Dr. WadeGrinnell CollegeGemany: Critical Challenges Facing the Post – Y2K Leadership
1999-05-26O’NEILL, Dr. BardNaval War CollegeTerrorism and National Security: How to Think About our No. 1 National Security Issue
1999-05-12REICH, Dr. BernardGeorge Washington UniversityIsrael’s Elections and the Middle East Peace Process
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1999-04-01BLACK, Dr. Jan KnippersMIISCuba: The Last Hold – Out; The Challenge of Transition
1999-03-25ROONEY, JamesF. P. Rooney Associates, BangkokGuide to Business Survival in Thailand and Panel Discussion
1999-02-05No speakerN/AInternational Gala Costume Dinner with Live Music
1999-01-27ZANA, Dr. E. N.Chevron Overseas PetroleumCaspian Oil: The Pressure Cooker
1999-01-13CALLAHAN, Dr. MaryNPSIndonesia on the Brink
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1998-11-18LAURANCE, Dr. EdwardMIISToward a Global Pact on Sophisticated Small Arms
1998-11-05GRADSTEIN, LindaIsraeli Correspondent, National Public RadioSingleton Scholarship Dinner: Implications of Recent Developments in the Middle East
1998-10-28ROY, Dr. DennyNPSCurrent Sino – U.S. Relations: What Are the Prospects for Change?
1998-10-16CALLAHAN, Dr. MaryNPSIndonesia in Transition: Will the Army Give Up Power? (Why We Should Care)
1998-09-17AKAHA, Dr. Tsuneo MIISCan the New Government End Japan’s Economic Malaise?
1998-08-06ISLAMBOULY, HagarConsul General of EgyptU. S. Egyptian Relations and Tourism
1998-07-16CAMPBELL, Dr. KurtDeputy Asst. Secretary of Defense, Asia and the PacificShifting U.S. Strategic Concerns in Asia/Pacific
1998-06-24MORGAN, Dr. E. PhilipMIIS Dean, International Policy StudiesSouthern Africa on the Move
1998-05-28BLACKER, Dr. CoitStanford UniversityFragile New States: Breaking with Moscow
1996-12-14AKAHA, Dr. Tsuneo Seiki University, Tokyo and Hokkaido University, SapporoJapan: The More it Changes the More it Stays the Same
1996-12-03MUGAMBAGE, Col. FrankRwanda Chief of CabinetChallenges and Opportunities in the National Reconstruction of Rwanda
1996-11-20LectureWeckerling Center, DLIUpdate on Current Events in Latin America
1996-11-14DONOVAN, Major Richard (ret.)CSUMB ConsultantThe Kurdish Question : Panel Discussion
1996-11-14GHOREISHI, Prof. AhmadNPSThe Kurdish Question : Panel Discussion
1996-11-14JOHNSON, TerryNPSThe Kurdish Question : Panel Discussion
1996-11-14PATTERSON, Stan (Moderator)Past President WACMBThe Kurdish Question : Panel Discussion
1996-11-04HOAR, Gen. Joseph P. USMC (ret.)The Impact of the Israeli Election and Its Consequences for the U.S. in the Gulf
1996-10-24LectureWeckerling Center, DLIDemobilization in Chad
1996-10-15ROBINSON, Dr. GlennNPSA New Middle East? The View from Damascus
1996-10-11Celebration of LifeMIIS McCone Building General Joseph Stillwell
1996-08-21KARMEL, Dr. Solomon M. NPSTibet and China: What Next?
1996-07-30DUFFY, Dr. Gloria C.Former Deputy Asst. Secretary of DefenseThe Russian Election: Implications for Peace and Stability
1996-07-30SHERWOOD, Dr. Elizabeth D.Former Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine and EurasiaThe Russian Election: Implications for Peace and Stability
1996-07-18McCLOUD, Susan A.CIA (ret.)U.S. Intelligence Issues and Functions in the Post Cold War Period
1996-07-16DEVLIN, Col. DanielDLI CommanderThe Army’s Mission in U.S. Foreign Policy
1996-07-02STEARNS, Ambassador MonteagleFormer Ambassador to Greece and the Republic of the Ivory CoastHow American Diplomacy Serves National Security
1996-06-19KELLEHER, Catherine McArdieU.S. Ambassador to NATOU.S. and the Future of NATO
1996-06-12BECK, RoyAuthor and Editor- Social Contract QuarterlyThe Case Against Immigration
1996-05-28CRYSTAL, Dr. Eric Founder and President – Counterpart ConsultantsU.S. – Vietnam Relations; Past, Present and Future
1996-05-16FEKETEKUTY, GezaMIISU.S. Trade Policy: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
1996-05-09BAKER, Prof. Steve MIISForum: Election 96: The Domestic and International Implications
1996-05-09KEZIRIAN, Prof. RichardMPCForum: Election 96: The Domestic and International Implications
1996-05-09OLSON, Prof. EdNPSForum: Election 96: The Domestic and International Implications
1996-05-09YAMADA, Prof. DavidMPCForum: Election 96: The Domestic and International Implications
1996-05-08REICH, Dr. BernardGeorge Washington University and State Department’s Foreign Service InstituteThe Continuing Arab-Israeli Drama
1996-04-23OLSEN, Dr. Edward A.NPS ProfessorChina – Taiwan: Implications for U.S. – Northeast Asian Relations
1996-04-11DIMITROV, FilipFormer Prime Minister of BulgariaThe Outlook for Democracy in Bulgaria
1996-03-20FRAZIER, Minister PaulCanadian EmbassyBuilding Partnerships and Understanding: Canada in the 21st Century
1996-03-14PECK, Ambassador Edward L.Former U.S. Ambassador to IraqWhy We Need Saddam: The Realities of World Politics
1996-02-13WARNER, Dr. Edward L. (Ted)Asst. Secretary of Defense for Strategy and RequirementsU.S. Foreign Policy: An Assessment
1996-01-28FULLER, GrahamRand CorporationPresident’s Dinner: Global Aspects of Nationalism and Ethnicity: Its Impact on U.S. Foreign Policy
1996-01-26WACMB – Santa CruzMBITA (Monterey Bay International Trade Association)A Trilogy: Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam
1996-01-18WACMB – Santa CruzMBITA (Monterey Bay International Trade Association)A Trilogy: Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam
1996-01-18PIKE, Prof. DouglasU.S. Foreign Service Office (ret.)Future of U.S. – Vietnam Relations: Political and Economic
1995-12-05ALKALAJ, Ambassador SvenAmbassador from BosniaNPS Guest Lecture Series
1995-12-04Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-12-04MATSUYAMA, Prof. YukioAsahi Shimbun and Kyoritsu Women’s UniversityThe Seven Wonders of Japanese Politics
1995-12-02ZIELENZIGER, MichaelSan Jose Mercury NewsAnnual Holiday Buffet: Myth and Misdirection: The Trouble Between U.S. and China
1995-11-29GRAHAM, Jr., Ambassador Thomas Special Representative of President Clinton for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and DisarmamentThe Future of Nuclear Nonproliferation with a Special Emphasis on North Korea, Russia and France
1995-11-15GEDDA, George L. State Department Correspondent and Associated PressCuba, Castro, and the Nature of the Debate
1995-11-06Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-11-05FREIDHEIM, Prof. RobertUSCFall Conference: The International Marine Environment: Issues and Challenges
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1995-10-25FRESKA, AnnaMonterey AttorneyA Comparitive Discussion of the Russian and Central European Business Climates
1995-10-25FRESKA, Dr. AttilaMIISA Comparitive Discussion of the Russian and Central European Business Climates
1995-10-19COLLIER, Dr. GeorgeStanfordThe Troubles of Mexico
1995-10-18WIGLEY, M.P., DafyddBritish House of CommonsThe Peaceful Breakup of Britain? England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland As Equal Partners in the European Union
1995-10-03Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-09-23FARR, Congressman SamU.S. Congress 17th DistrictBosnia and the Future of the U.S. – European Alliance
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1995-08-29ARQUILLA, Dr. JohnNPSFundamentalism, Nationalism, and the ‘End of the World’
1995-08-20NUNN, Senator SamU.S. Senator – GeorgiaChanging Threats in the Post Cold War World
1995-08-07Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-07-28DHANAPALA, Ambassador JayanthaU.N. President for Nonproliferation Treaty Review and Extension ConferenceThe NPT Conference and the Future of Nonproliferation
1995-07-11AKAHA, Dr. Tsuneo MIISU.S. Japan Trade Dispute: Regional and Global Implications
1995-07-10Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-06-26MAKSOUD, Ph.D., Ambassador ClovisFormer Arab League Ambassador to India, Southeast Asia, United Nations and the U.S.The United Nations at 50: Managing Chaos or Global Governance
1995-06-24United Nations CelebrationCSUMB Campus50th Anniversary Party
1995-06-22AKAHA, Dr. Tsuneo MIISSymposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-22BORRUS, JD, MichaelUC BerkeleySymposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-22DAVIS, WarrenMIISSymposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-22PRESTOWITZ, ClydePresident, Economic Strategy Inst.Symposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-22ROWEN, HarryStanfordSymposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-22VORHES, JamesGeneral Motors V.P. (ret.)Symposium: Shifting Roles in East Asian Trade
1995-06-21SHERWOOD, Dr. Elizabeth D.Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense, Russia, Ukraine and EurasiaRussia After Chechnya
1995-06-08RUEHSEN, Dr. MorayaMIISThe Political Economy of the International Cocaine Trade
1995-06-05Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-05-16WOOD, Dr. GlynnMIISIndia Joins the World Market in the Post Cold War
1995-05-01Current Events ForumCrossroads Community CenterThe Week’s Hot Topics
1995-04-26DAVIS, Dr. Zachary S.Congressional Research OfficeThe Future of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
1995-04-19ESPANA, Prof. JuanMIISThe Mexican Peso Crisis: Implications for NAFTA and Emerging Markets
1995-04-19GRACIDA, Prof. JoseUniversidad de Sonora, MexicoThe Mexican Peso Crisis: Implications for NAFTA and Emerging Markets
1995-04-19ROBERTS, Prof. DaveMIISThe Mexican Peso Crisis: Implications for NAFTA and Emerging Markets
1995-04-1114-Man Delegation Current and Former AmbassadorsReception for the Official Delegation from Bahrain
1995-03-10FURUKAWA, Prof. Shun-ichiUniversity of TsukubaPolitical Changes and Decentralization in Japan
1995-03-10OYAMA, Prof. NaoTokai UniversityNew Horizons for Japanese Women
1995-03-10GHOREISHI, Prof. AhmadNPS and University of San FranciscoIran in the Future
1995-02-15LABA, Prof. RomanNPSThe Chechnya and Russian Crisis
1995-02-08WACMB – Santa Cruz. LAW, PeggySocial Justice EducatorAfta NAFTA: Free Trade Re-examined on the Anniversary of NAFTA
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1995-02-04MURPHY, Ambassador Richard W.Council on Foreign Relations, N.Y.President’s Dinner: The Middle East at the End of the 20th Century
1994-12-10EATON, RickSimon Wiesenthal Center, L.A.Holiday Dinner: Neo-Nazi Extremism in Europe: A View from the Inside
1994-12-06CRONE, Prof. DonaldScripps College & Claremont Graduate SchoolAPEC: U.S. Interests in Asia – Pacific
1994-12-05WACMB – Santa Cruz. BLACK, Dr. JanMIISHaiti, Cuba; Policy Changes in the Caribbean
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1994-11-08LAPIDUS, Dr. GailStanfordRussia Today: Problems and Prospects
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1994-11-06GLYNN, PatrickAmerican Enterprise InstituteFall Conference: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict
1994-11-05Scholar Panels and Breakout SessionsUC Santa Cruz and BerkeleyFall Conference: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict
1994-11-04SANJUAN, Pedro A. Institute of East-West Dynamics and Former U.N. Director of Political AffairsFall Conference: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict
1994-10-20WACMB Santa Cruz. GRUHN, Dr. IsebillUCSCImmigration Policy and the Impact of Current Initiatives
1994-10-20WACMB Santa Cruz. OLTMAN, S. RichardMarin Immigration Reform Assn. and Citizens’ Committee on Immigration PolicyImmigration Policy and the Impact of Current Initiatives
1994-10-20WACMB Santa Cruz. SMITH, Dr. Michael PeterUC DavisImmigration Policy and the Impact of Current Initiatives
1994-10-19MATSUYAMA, Prof. YukioAsahi Shimbun and Kyoritsu Women’s UniversityJapan Under a Socialist Prime Minister
1994-10-14PRICE, Dr. Robert M.BerkeleyProblems and Prospects of the South African Transition
1994-10-03GRUHN, Dr. IsebillUCSCMaking the United Nations More Effective: How Can It Be Done?
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