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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

12:15 PM The Politics of Law and Arab Liberalization: General Issues and Current Events
1:00 PM Addressing Climate Change: Korea's Green-Growth Policy
1:00 PM Addressing Climate Change: Korea's Green-Growth Policy
4:00 PM Perishable Power
4:00 PM Enhancing the Sustainability of Civil Society Institutions: Aga Khan Foundation's Approach
4:15 PM "War, Peace, and Reconciliation: The Way Forward for Sri Lanka," an panel discussion hosted by the India and South Asia Progr
6:00 PM Speed Networking with M-RCBG Senior Fellows
6:30 PM Global Queer Series, Part Two: "LGBTQ Human Rights in Slovenia and the Balkans"

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

11:00 AM Discussion with Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy Plans and Programs, Sharon Burke
1:00 PM Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st Century
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy and Politics
4:00 PM Managing Through Crisis: Public Transit in New York
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Food Safety - Congress Misses the Mark?
4:10 PM Ending Female Genital Cutting: A Way that Works

Thursday, March 3, 2011

11:30 AM Africa and Development
11:40 AM The WomanStats Database: A Resource for Researchers, Students, Advocates, and Policymakers, Valerie Hudson, Professor of Poli
12:15 PM Top-Down Peacemaking: Why Regional Peacemaking Begins with States, Rather than Societies
12:15 PM “Next Steps toward Global Zero after Ratification of START: a German Perspective,” a Belfer Center and Weatherhead Center Sem
1:00 PM The Political Economy of Religion Part III: "Does Culture Matter? Lessons from a Natural Experiment"
3:00 PM Bronzes and Broadcasts: How Museums and the Media Reach Global Audiences
4:00 PM Energy Policy: Sacrifice for your great-grandchildren?
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:15 PM What's Needed in Immigration Reform?
4:15 PM Dr. Kurt M. Campbell: US diplomacy in East Asia and the Pacific

Friday, March 4, 2011

11:45 AM Reflections on Poverty, Development, National Security and the Role of International NGOs

Monday, March 7, 2011

8:00 AM US AID and the Social Entrepreneur
12:00 PM Where do new energy technologies come from?
12:00 PM Climate, Hazards, Economy and Society: A System of Systems
12:15 PM "Stem Cells, Embryos and Ethics: a Continuing Controversy" with William Hurlbut
4:10 PM The Impact of Good Governance on Wealth and Happiness
5:00 PM The Middle East Initiative Presents: Of Empires and Citizens: Authoritarian Persistence in the Arab World
6:00 PM 2011 Goldsmith Awards; Keynote to be delivered by Frank Rich, Columnist, New York Times
6:00 PM Goldsmith Awards Ceremony with a keynote address by Frank Rich, The New York Times.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

10:00 AM Goldsmith Seminar
12:00 PM "From Wikileaks to Cairo: Six Months That Changed International Reporting." Discussion with David Sanger.
12:15 PM Generation in Revolt: What do Middle East Youth Want?
12:30 PM To Tell The Truth: Combining Corporate Financial and Sustainability Reporting on a Global Scale
4:00 PM Perishable Power
4:10 PM The Center of Action: The White House in Crisis - 9/11 and the Aftermath
4:30 PM The Middle East Initiative Presents: Reluctant Reforms: Progress and Setbacks for Migrant Domestic Workers in the Middle East
5:15 PM Right to Water Study Group, Topic: "Human Right to Water and Corporate Responsibility"
6:30 PM The Fires This Time: Black Church Burnings in Contemporary America

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

12:00 PM State Economic Development & Fiscal Federalism: Mapping a New Direction
1:30 PM The Middle East Initiative Presents: Voices of Political Dissent in Arabic Literature
2:00 PM (Webinar) Grow and Replicate! Lessons from the Fresh Food Financing Initiative
3:30 PM The Science and Technology of the Deepwater Horizon Incident
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy and Politics
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Bottled Water Is it Safe?
4:00 PM Study Group: Human Rights and Transitional Justice, Meeting 3
4:00 PM Film Screening: Left On Pearl
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:30 PM CID Macro Connections Seminar "Quantifying Schumpeterian Dynamics: A simple evolutionary model"
6:00 PM Ticketed Event: A public address by: General Raymond T. Odierno

Thursday, March 10, 2011

11:00 AM "Iraq and Regional Security: Strategic Lessons and Future Challenges," a Belfer Center Directors' Lunch with General Ray Odie
11:40 AM Competitiveness: What's Talent Got to Do With It?, Anne Weisberg, Director, Deloitte
11:45 AM 2008 Financial Crisis and Leverage at Investment Banks
12:00 PM The Dynamics of the State Legislative Process: Citizen vs. Professional Legislatures
12:15 PM 'Failed States' and Development Aid: The Impact of Labels in Global Interventionism
2:00 PM (Webinar) New Pipelines for Social Innovation: The Changing Face of Recruitment, Opportunities, and Impact
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:00 PM "We Are Egypt" A documentary screening and discussion with Lillie Paquette
5:30 PM The Market Economy in Afghanistan: Development vs. Discontent
6:00 PM Reagan 100: The Leader, The Lessons, The Legacy

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

9:30 AM An Analysis of Nuclear Negotiations with Iran

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

2:00 PM M-RCBG Senior Fellows Research-in-Progress Workshop

Thursday, March 17, 2011

12:15 PM An Empire of Deception; An Economy of Deception

Monday, March 21, 2011

12:00 PM Energy Policy Seminar: Transforming U.S. Energy Technology Innovation
12:15 PM "Encountering Fauna in late 18th and early 19th century Euro-colonial India" with John Mathew
5:00 PM Gender & Security Seminar: "Gender-based Violence and National Security"

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

9:30 AM China’s Nuclear Material Protection, Control and Accounting: Current Regulations and Practices
9:30 AM Reinforcing the International Legal Framework for Protecting and Assisting IDPs
12:00 PM "Growing an Online Community." Discussion with Donna Byrd, publisher of The Root
12:15 PM Dubai: A City Shaped for Global Flows
3:00 PM (Webinar) Elder Abuse Series: Forensic Markers
4:00 PM Perishable Power - Wall Street Reform
4:00 PM Human Trafficking & Modern-Day Slavery Student Policy Group: "Supply & Demand: Combating Sex Trafficking"
4:00 PM Passionate Professionals and Seismic Shifts (in the Social Sector)
4:15 PM Japan in Crisis: Exploring the Consequences of a Cascading Disaster
5:15 PM WORLD WATER DAY LECTURE: Water for Cities: Responding to the Urban Challenge

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

11:45 AM Public- & Private-Sector Innovation: Insights from Frans Johansson & Mark Tracy
12:00 PM Program on Education Policy and Governance Colloquia
12:00 PM "In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power," a Belfer Center ENRP Seminar
1:00 PM In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy and Politics
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Health Care 98 years and waiting...
4:00 PM Study Group: Human Rights and Transitional Justice: "Exposing the Truth"
4:10 PM Democracy without Accountability: Promiscuous Power Sharing & Presidential Domineering in Indonesia
6:00 PM Capturing History: A conversation with White House photographers
6:15 PM Middle East Initiative Film Series: “City of Life" (UAE, 2009)

Thursday, March 24, 2011

11:40 AM The Jackie (and Jill) Robinson Effect: Why Do Congresswomen Outperform Congressmen?
11:45 AM Collaborative Governance: Private Roles for Public goals in Turbulent Times
12:15 PM Differential Population Dynamics, Inequality, and Political Violence in India
2:30 PM "The Human Rights Movement: Prospects for the Next Decade"
4:00 PM Energy Policy: Can We Bring America Together?
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
5:30 PM City Week Event: Staying on Track:Running — and Hopefully Improving — Public Transit in Tough Fiscal Times
5:30 PM Religion, Politics and the Rule of Law in South Asia
6:00 PM JAPAN: The Earthquake & The Worldwide Aftershocks

Friday, March 25, 2011

11:45 AM New Realities in an Old World: The Inevitable Road to Democracy... What Now?
3:00 PM A Conversation with Dr. Hawa Abdi and Dr. Deqa Mohamed
6:30 PM Opening Event: Art Without a Gag Exhibition

Monday, March 28, 2011

11:30 AM Targeted Killings: The US, the UN and Accountability
12:00 PM Energy Policy Seminar: "Do Americans Consume Too Little Natural Gas?"
12:15 PM "Probabilistic Sentencing" with Talia Fisher
12:15 PM Belfer Center Directors' Lunch with the Honorable Bill Richardson - March 28th
3:00 PM "How and Why Cancun Trumped Copenhagen," a Belfer Center Directors' Seminar with Professor Robert N. Stavins
4:15 PM Philanthropy, Social Justice and Women
4:15 PM A Reassessment of Indonesian Economic Development: From Chronic Drop-out to Shy Come-out
6:00 PM Health Reform: Moving Forward, Focus on the States
6:30 PM S.T. Lee Lecture on Military History, Strategy, and Policymaking

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

11:45 AM Notes from the Eye of the Storm: The Financial Crisis and TARP
12:00 PM "Kabuki Democracy: The System vs. Barack Obama." Discussion with Eric Alterman.
4:00 PM Perishable Power - Health Care
4:00 PM Playing Between Elephants: Film Screening and Discussion
4:00 PM State of Denial: A Civil Society Perspective on India
4:10 PM The Center of Action: Serving the President and the Presidency
6:00 PM Libya After The No-Fly Zone: Political Change or Civil War?
6:30 PM Global Queer Series, Part Three: "LGBTQ Human Rights in Mexico and Latin America"

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

11:40 AM Behind the Scenes of International Organizations: Frontline Perspectives on the Keys to Professional Advancement
11:45 AM Reflections on Business and the Obama Administration
4:00 PM Democracy, Diplomacy and Politics
4:00 PM Investigate or Irritate?: Public Service
4:00 PM Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Reconciling Diversity and Democracy: The Process and Policies of Immigrant Political Incorporation
4:15 PM Panel Discussion: Islam and Politics in the New Egypt
4:30 PM Turkey on the Eve of Elections: Politics, Society and Judiciary
4:30 PM CID Macro Connections Seminar: Technoserv's Approach to Local Economic Development
7:15 PM Screening of "Budrus" and discussion with producer Ronit Avni

Thursday, March 31, 2011

8:30 AM The Palestinian Authority and the Future of a Palestinian State
11:40 AM Strengthening Women’s Voices: Senegal Women's and Civic Journalism Project, Shirley Burchfield, Vice President of World Educa
12:15 PM Peace with Rights: U.S. Leadership and Resistance in International Human Rights
12:15 PM "Iraq and Regional Security: Strategic Lessons and Future Challenges," a Belfer Center Directors' Lunch with Juan Zarate
3:00 PM Mass Atrocity Prevention and Response and the U.S. Government
4:00 PM Deleted: Post 9/11 Interventions: National Security or Imperial Hubris?
6:00 PM A conversation with Governor Bill Richardson

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