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Programs 2020-21

September 10: Adam Segal, Director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) “The US, China, and the Battle for Cyberspace; How Washington and Beijing are Using Tech, Diplomacy, and Trade to Shape Cyberspace”

October 08: Tanvi Madan, Brookings Institution “Implications of the China-India Border Crisis for India-US Relations”

November 12: The Honorable Mark Brzezinski, Former U.S. Ambassador to Sweden “The Art of Diplomacy and Agreeing to Disagree: Four Decades after U.S.- China Normalization”

December 10: Raymond V. Arnaudo, Retired Diplomat “The Polar Regions: History, Cooperation, Trouble Ahead?“

January 12: Jana Puglierin, Head of Office and Senior Policy Fellow European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) “A Changing Germany’s Influence on European Security and Transatlantic Relations;Implications for the New U.S. Administration"

February 11: Bruce Riedel, Brookings Institution “The Challenges in the Middle East for Biden and Harris”

March 11: Tom Perriello, Executive Director for U.S. Programs Open Society Foundations “Foreign Policy of the American Middle Class: An Emerging Biden Doctrine"

April 08: Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning, Secure World Foundation "Beyond the Space Force: Security Challenges and Trends in Outer Space

May 06: Soner Cagaptay, Director of the Turkish Research Program, Washington Institute May 6, 6 PM 2021 (NOTE DATE CHANGE) “Turkey Under Erdogan: What is Next?”