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Monday, April 7, 2014

10:10 AM Communicating on Behalf of Governments, Writing Workshop with Lauren Brodsky, International Affairs Program, Northeastern Uni
11:45 AM CID Seminar: Overcoming Adversity at the UN – A Small State's Road to Global Influence
12:15 PM "Doctors of the Revolution": Egypt's Political Uprisings and the Limits of Medical Neutrality
12:15 PM ASEAN's Role and its Future Given the U.S.-China-Japan Rivalry
12:30 PM Promoting Renewable Energy Technologies: Beyond Traditional Financial Incentives
2:40 PM How to Deal with a Hostile Audience, a Public Speaking Workshop with Holly Weeks, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
4:00 PM Susan Akram: "Protecting Syrian Refugees: Laws, Policies and Global Responsibility-Sharing"
4:00 PM Study Group on Thinking about the Future: What Do Asset Prices Mean?
6:00 PM NSA Secrecy and National Security

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

8:30 AM Turkey's Ten Year Itch: Power, Pride and Imprudence at the End of the Erdogan Era
12:00 PM Brian McGrory: "The Future of Newspapers."
3:00 PM Panel Discussion: "Migrant Descendants in the Dominican Republic, Nationals or Foreigners?" with Douglas A. Johnson, Ambassad
4:00 PM The Wingman in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics
4:10 PM How to Write a Strategic Plan, a Writing Workshop with Sushma Raman, HKS MC/MPA 2013, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
4:30 PM Popular Culture, Public Diplomacy, and America's Image Abroad
6:00 PM A Conversation with Meir Dagan and David Petraeus

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

10:00 AM Japan and the U.S. Nuclear Umbrella: Extended Deterrence and Nuclear Weapons
12:00 PM Andrew Revkin: "Is the New Communication Climate Good for the Earth's Climate? A look at the fast-shifting toolbox for convey
12:00 PM Criminal Justice Lunchtime Talk Series: Measuring Satisfaction with Criminal Justice in Ethiopia
12:30 PM Ambassador Cameron Munter: The U.S. Foreign Service and the Post-2014 World
1:30 PM Violence Against Women Study Group: "Behind Closed Doors, Violence Has Many Faces: from Denial to Solution" with Maud de Boer
2:40 PM How to Use Evidence Effectively in Writing and Speaking: Identifying, Explaining, and Citing Compelling Evidence, Public Spea
4:00 PM Study Group on Thinking about the Future: Where All the Decision Trees Went
4:00 PM Give Peace a Chance: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
4:00 PM Policing and Politics
4:15 PM Soli Ozel: "Politics in the Religious Republic: Path to Democracy or Despotism?"
4:30 PM Global Economic and Financial Challenges: A Tale of Two Views
4:30 PM The Modern American Right's Thinking About Expertise: Taxonomy and Reflections
6:00 PM A Public Address by His Excellency Rafael Correa
6:00 PM Congress, Islam and a Post 9/11 World: How America Thinks about Muslims

Thursday, April 10, 2014

11:40 AM Interviewing Skills for PAEs and other Projects, a Writing Workshop with Morgan McVicar, HKS MC/MPA 2003 and Writing Consulta
11:40 AM Interviewing Skills for PAE's and other Projects, a Writing Workshop with Morgan McVicar, HKS MC/MPA 2003, and Writing Consul
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Victoria Brescoll
11:45 AM RPP Seminar: Does Regulation Kill Jobs?
12:15 PM All Options on the Table? Nuclear Proliferation, Preventive War, and a Leader's Decision to Intervene
1:30 PM 2014 GREAT NEGOTIATOR AWARD: Ambassador Tommy Koh
2:40 PM Now is the Time: Rhetorical Invention, Identity, and Crisis, Public Speaking Workshop with Ben Ponder, Former lecturer at Nor
4:00 PM Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Jesse Shapiro: "Partisanship in the Non-Partisan Press: The Implications of Media Bias for Democra
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:15 PM Frontline with Faculty: "Leadership from the Bottom: How an Intern Project Became the UN Principles for Responsible Investmen
5:00 PM U.S. Farm Bill discussion with Prof. Rob Paarlberg

Friday, April 11, 2014

10:00 AM Carr Talk and Coffee with guest presenter Christen Dobson, Program Director, Research and Policy, International Human Rights
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Observations on the Zimbabwe Economy: from Collapse to Rebound to Slump
1:30 PM Transitional Justice Study Group, Session 5: "International Criminal Prosecutions" with Alana Tiemessen from the University
2:30 PM A Conversation with Senator Jack Reed
4:00 PM International Development Conference

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