Security and Defense Events
April 24, 2013 // 9:30am — 11:00am
This event has been organized in order to discuss a new book authored by H.E. Dr. Lual A. Deng, Oil Minister for the Republic of Sudan where he discusses how Dr. John Garang’s ideas and concepts regarding freedom, liberty and human dignity could help facilitate the good governance practice in the South.
April 19, 2013 // 12:00pm — 1:30pm
International Security Studies
The Woodrow Wilson Center and the Los Alamos National Laboratory presents "The Senate and Nonproliferation: Reflections over Two Decades" with Thomas Moore, Deputy Director, Proliferation Prevention Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies and former Senior Republican Professional Staff Member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
April 17, 2013 // 12:15pm — 2:00pm
Former senior national security officials, military officers and experts with decades of Middle East experience have joined to present a balanced report on the strategic options for dealing with Iran. The report will be discussed at this event in collaboration with The Iran Project.
April 12, 2013 // 9:00am — 12:00pm
A presentation of Luis Rubio’s newest book, Mexico Matters: Change in Mexico and Its Impact Upon the United States, will be followed by a discussion on the current outlook for Mexico’s structural reform agenda and public security strategy.
April 11, 2013 // 4:00pm — 5:00pm
New York Times national security correspondent and former Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Mark Mazzetti releases his new book on the CIA's shadow war.
April 09, 2013 // 8:45am — 1:00pm
Latin American Program
The Latin America Program presents two panels to examine the transnational nature of organized criminal groups and illicit trafficking, and how to combat this threat.
April 08, 2013 // 4:00pm — 5:30pm
History and Public Policy Program
In the Middle East, a parallel pattern can be seen in the history of the first Middle Eastern constitutional revolutions in the political movements of the 1870s. What does an examination of the role of constitutionalism in the Arab revolutions of 1923-2011 reveal about prospects for constitutional governments in the Middle East?
April 03, 2013 // 12:45pm — 1:35pm
As the United States focuses more attention to Asia politically, economically, and militarily, South Korea is reassessing its own role in ensuring stability in the region. Can Seoul and Washington work more closely together to further security and prosperity between the two countries and across the Asia-Pacific? How will the U.S. pivot toward Asia impact Washington’s security alliance with South Korea? Will the possibility of South Korea joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership help or hinder the U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement?
April 02, 2013 // 10:00am — 11:00am
Taiwan’s economic ties with China continue to grow steadily. Yet political tensions between the two sides remain unresolved. Where are relations between Taipei and Beijing heading as security threats increase in East Asia on the one hand and the United States rebalances its priorities toward the region on the other?
April 01, 2013 // 4:00pm — 5:30pm
History and Public Policy Program
The most famous terrorist group in modern American history was the Weatherman Underground, later called the Weather Underground Organization. An outgrowth of Students for a Democratic Society, Weather was active in 1969 through the 1970s. Arthur Eckstein will argue that this is misleading and that the true history of Weather is much grimmer and more ambiguous.