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Monday, April 1, 2013

12:00 PM Decision-Making Under Scarcity: Navigating the Water-Energy Nexus in the Yellow River Basin, People's Republic of China
12:15 PM A Common European Space? Harmonizing the Sustainability of European Biofuels
4:00 PM The Future of the GOP: Political Engagement – The Business Viewpoint
6:00 PM International NGOs and Celebrities: A Discussion with Valeria Mazza

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

11:45 AM 4/2 CPL Invite: All About Networking - A Spring 2013 Lunch Conversation with Theresa Ellis
12:00 PM Dana Bash: "Covering Congress in a Challenging Political Landscape"
4:00 PM Gaining Separation: Assessing the Obama and Romney Advertising Strategies
4:00 PM Art of Communications: Public Diplomacy 2.0 – The role of broadcasting and technology in America’s communications
4:00 PM A Deep Dive into Congressional Elections
4:10 PM Arctic Power: New National Security Challenges
5:00 PM Lessons from the Cold War
7:00 PM Pope Francis: Does A New Pope Mean Change?

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

10:00 AM Accelerate the Accelerators! Are There Alternatives to Nuclear Research Reactors?
12:00 PM The Odd Couple: Bank Regulation and Human Rights in Peru
12:15 PM "China's New Leadership and the Prospects for Economic and Political Reform," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch
12:30 PM Neighborhood Recovery Efforts in New Orleans: A Book Talk by Tom Wooten
1:10 PM "Write and Publish Book Reviews" - Writing Workshop presented by Greg Harris, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Writing
4:00 PM "Fighting Cultural Suppression in Guatemala through Preservation of Mayan Language in Community Radio"
4:00 PM China's Rise, America's Response
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy
4:30 PM Egypt: A Look to the Future
6:00 PM China Rising

Thursday, April 4, 2013

11:40 AM Condoning Stereotyping: How Awareness of Stereotyping Prevalence Impacts Stereotype Expression in Negotiations and Beyond
11:45 AM Who Gains and Who Loses? Assessing the Distributional Effects of Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations
12:15 PM 1957: The Origins of European Union & Lessons for Today
1:10 PM "Everything You Need to Know about Plagiarism" - Writing Workshop presented by Morgan McVicar, MC/MPA 2003
1:30 PM A Conversation on Bipartisan Leadership and Service with Governor Jon Huntsman
4:00 PM Civil and Civic Engagement: Working Together Toward A Better Community - The Power of Urban and Suburban Mechanics
4:00 PM The Next War? Iran, Israel and the U.S. at the Crossroads
4:10 PM What Does it Mean to Lose Latin America? A Long View of US-Latin American Relations
6:00 PM Afghanistan: How to End the War?

Friday, April 5, 2013

8:30 AM Future of Afghanistan Conference
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series Featuring: Daryl Collins
11:45 AM Blurring Boundaries: Human Rights in Armed Conflicts
12:00 PM Reflections on Educational and International Leadership - A Roundtable Discussion with Allan Goodman
12:00 PM Prison memoir from communist Laos: a conversation with Bounsang Khamkeo
12:15 PM "North Korea's Nuclear Weapons: Perceptions, Reality and Options," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Dr. Chung Mong Joon
2:00 PM Cross-Cultural Leadership in a Changing City: Supervisor David Campos and the politics of change in San Francisco
4:00 PM Black Policy Conference Keynote by Congressman Elijah Cummings

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