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The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory sponsored Rethinking Seminar Series has concluded and will no longer be held.   For those wishing to access past talks or supporting materials, this web site and the JHU/APL Seminars YouTube Playlist - Rethinking Seminar Series will remain up for the foreseeable future.

Listed below are the speakers and topics from the 2017-2018 Series.  Video, audio, bulletized notes, and presentation files for these seminars remain available as do those from the previous 13 series.  In all, over 130 national and international security experts gave over 132 talks and panel discussions, most of which are available as videos. See the Speakers and Past Series pages for a complete list.

The 2017-2018 JHU/APL Rethinking Seminar Series

Dr. Kenneth Pollack

Rethinking and Assessing Middle East Options

Amb. (rt) Joseph DeThomas

Rethinking North Korea Policy Options

Dr. Robert Legvold

Russia: The Foe We Only Half Know

Dr. T. X. Hammes

The 4th Industrial Revolution, De-Globalization, and its Effect on International Security

Mr. Max Boot

The Road Not Taken - Edward Lansdale & the American Tragedy
in Vietnam - Lessons for Today's & Tomorrow's Conflicts

Mr. Dean Cheng

Cyber Dragon – Inside China’s Information Warfare and Cyber Operations

Dr. Karen J. Greenberg

The Strategic Threat of Terrorism

Mr. Robert O. Work

Future Security Challenges and Potential U.S. Responses

GEN (rt) Michael Hayden

Future Environments and Strategic Challenges to the U.S., Her Partners and Allies


 

Previous Seminar

Dr. Kenneth Pollack

May 9, 2018
Rethinking and Assessing
Middle East Options

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