April 04, 2001 // 12:00am
S. Neil MacFarlane, Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford, Professorial Fellow of St. Anne’s College, and Director of Oxford’s Center for International Studies.
March 08, 2001 // 11:00pm
Jan Eliasson, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States; I. William Zartman, Visiting Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and Director of African Studies and Jacob Blaustein Professor of International Organization and Conflict Resolution at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; Ambassador James Goodby, Non-Resident Fellow at Brookings Institution and Senior Research Fellow, MIT, Former U.S. Ambassador to Finland, and Former Ambassador, Principal Negotiator, and Special Representative of President Clinton for Nuclear Security and Dismantlement; Bertram Spector, Executive Director, Center for Negotiation Analysis; and Jane Holl Lute, Consulting Director, Project on Conflict Prevention, Woodrow Wilson Center, and Director of Operations, United Nations Foundation.
February 22, 2001 // 11:00pm
General Wes Clark (USA, ret.), former SACEUR; Major General William Nash (USA, ret.), former United Nations Administrator of Mitrovica; Richard McCall, former Senior Advisor to the Administrator, USAID; Ambassador George Ward, Jr., Director of Training Programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace; Lorelei Kelly, Director, Security for a New Century, Cong. Lynn Woolsey; Anita Sharma, Project on Conflict Prevention; Richard White, Director, SENSE.
January 07, 2001 // 11:00pm
Jane Holl Lute, Program Officer, Peace, Security, and Human Rights, United Nations Foundation, and Director, Project on Conflict Prevention, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Dr. David Hamburg, President Emeritus, Carnegie Corporation of New York; Harold Saunders, Director of International Affairs, Kettering Foundation; Robert Hawkins, President, Institute for Contemporary Studies, and Former Chair, U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; and more.