2016-2017 Friday Speaker Meetings

DATE
PRESENTER
TITLE or [TOPIC]
10/28/2016 Clyde Prestowitz Japan Restored: The importance of a strong Japanese economy to the U.S.
11/4/2016 Thomaz Guedes da Costa, PhD Brazil after the Impeachment
11/18/2016 Fred Logevall, PhD The Uses and Abuses of History: American Presidents and the Past
12/2/2016 Sean McFate, PhD The Modern Mercenary, Shadow Wars and the Future of World Order
1/13/2017 Johanna Mendelson Forman, J.D. and PhD Is the Kitchen the New Venue of Foreign Policy?
2/3/2017 Cheng Li, PhD China’s View of America’s Foreign Policy
2/17/2017 Tamara Cofman Wittes, PhD The U.S.-Israel Relationship: Challenges for the Trump Administration
3/3/2017 Mikhail Troitskiy Can Putin and Trump Cool Tensions Between Russia and the US?
3/17/2017 Deborah L. Wince-Smith Global Competitiveness
3/31/2017 Rosa Brooks How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything
4/7/2017 Fran Ulmer The Arctic: Challenges and Opportunities
4/21/2017 Marc Lynch, PhD The New Arab Wars: Anarchy and Uprisings in the Middle East
5/5/2017 Timothy Smeeding  Global Income Inequality
5/12/2017 Charles Bierbauer How Media Affects the Formation and Execution of Foreign Policy