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Monday, April 27, 2015
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Monday, April 27, 2015

12:00 PM Low-carbon Leapfrogging and Globalization: How China Developed its Solar PV Industry
12:15 PM Reflections on the Current Negotiations with Iran
12:15 PM STS Circle: "Cities, Technologies and Political Imaginaries: From the Networked Metropolis to the Smart Cities"
2:30 PM NATO, Russia, and the Baltics
2:30 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK Afghanistan: Covering America's Longest War
2:30 PM Afghanistan: Covering America's Longest War
4:00 PM Sudan: Learning from 30 Years of Islamist Revolution, Rule, and Reform
4:30 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK - Ambassador Daniel Feldman: A Moment of Opportunity for U.S. Engagement in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

4:10 PM Analytic Framework for US Cyber Deterrence Policy: Research Presentation by National Security Fellows Blackwell, Jackson, and

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

10:30 AM UN Special Envoy to Syria: Creativity as a Tool for International Crisis Response
12:15 PM Managing Cybersecurity Pay Dividends: Understanding the Strategy Behind Recent Cyber Initiatives
1:00 PM Don't Shoot: Bringing Police and Communities Together to End Violence
2:00 PM Nonprofit Collaborative Catalysis: Beyond Cooperation and Coordination
4:00 PM Can the United States 'Manage' the Middle East? Should It Try?
4:15 PM Google Ventures: What's next for technology and policy?
5:30 PM Divestment Debate: should Harvard divest from fossil fuels
5:30 PM Film Screening and Panel Discussion: Leaving Africa
6:30 PM The politics of Trans-humanism

Thursday, April 30, 2015

8:30 AM SOUTH ASIA WEEK - Ambassador Husain Haqqani: Pakistan and US: Dealing with Divergent Interests?
11:45 AM Reinventing African Development: Emerging Policy Perspectives
12:00 PM Lessons in Leadership: A Conversation with Damian Woetzel and David Gergen
12:15 PM The Inflated Influence of Chemical Weapons on U.S. Foreign Policy
4:00 PM Community Celebration and Construction Kickoff
4:10 PM Compulsory Voting and Income Inequality
4:30 PM Understanding What Has Happened in Iraq: A Study Group led by Professor Meghan O'Sullivan

Friday, May 1, 2015

10:00 AM Carr Talk and Coffee - Carr Talk: Tortured Relations: The Consequences of Enhanced Interrogations
11:00 AM Powerful Storytelling with a Video Camera: Part 3 - Hands-on Session - a Digital Communications Workshop with Franco Sacchi,
12:00 PM Breakdown: The Military and Egypt's Failed Transition
12:00 PM Brown Bag Lunch: Linda Mason, Observations from Iran
2:00 PM Beyond Harvard: Public Policy Research as HKS Alumni

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