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September 10 - George Herring, Professor Emeritus in History, University of Kentucky, "Looking Back, Thinking Ahead: Legacies of U.S. Foreign Relations"
October 8 - James Laney, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, "Reluctant Neighbors: North and South Korea, 61 Years at the Precipice"
October 30, luncheon meeting with the League of Women Voters - Michael Krepon, founding president of the Stimson Center, "Better Safe Than Sorry: Still Living with the Bomb"
November 12 - William Rickett, former Director General, Energy, UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, "Energy and Climate Change - Myths and Reality"
December 3 - Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development, University of Maryland, "The Obama Administration and the Middle East: Arab Public Perceptions"
January 20 - Edward Luce, Washington Bureau Chief, Financial Times, "The Rise of Modern India in a Multi-Polar World"
February 11 - James Thomson, President and CEO, RAND Corporation, "Polarization in American Politics and the Conduct of US Foreign and National Security Policy"
March 11 - Frederick Hitz, former Inspector General of the CIA, "The Central Intelligence Agency - What Lies Ahead?"
March 31 - Senator Jim Webb, on Global Issues and US Foreign Policy
April 8 - Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow and Director, Global Governance Initiative, New America Foundation, "Changing Maps of the World"
May 13 - Paula Newberg, Director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, "Can Reconciliation Make Sense? Governing Pakistan and Afghanistan in Times of War"