- WikiLeaks Part III - What are the Legal Implications of WikiLeaks?
The final installment in our WikiLeaks mini-series, this is a discussion about the legal implications of WikiLeaks with Norman Abrams, Acting Chancellor Emeritus and Professor of Law Emeritus; Prof. David Kaye, Executive Director of the Law School’s International Human Rights Program; and with law professors Jon Michaels and Eugene Volokh.
- WikiLeaks Part II - Will WikiLeaks Transform American Diplomacy?
The second installment of our WikiLeaks mini-series, this is a discussion of the diplomatic cables release with Prof. Geoffrey Cowan, Dean Emeritus of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and Ambassador Derek Shearer, Occidental College.
- WikiLeaks Part I - Implications for National Security and US Foreign Policy
A panel discussion with Dalia Dassa Kaye, RAND Corporation, Amy Zegart, UCLA School of Public Affairs, and Robert Trager, UCLA Political Science.
- Why Limited Force Rarely Works
A talk by Micah Zenko, Fellow for Conflict Prevention in the Center for Preventive Action (CPA), Council on Foreign Relations
- Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in conversation with Renee Montagne, NPR
Admiral Mike Mullen delivered the 2010-11 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace on November 10, 2010.
- The Economic Crisis and You
A Regents' Lecture by Skip Victor, Senior Managing Director of Duff & Phelps Corp. This event was co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of Political Science.
- Israel, Iran, and the United States
A talk David Menashri is the incumbent of the Parviz and Pouran Nazarian Chair for Modern Iranian Studies, Professor at the Department of Middle Eastern and African History at Tel Aviv University.
- Partisan Financial Cycles: Politics, Policies, and Financial Crashes
A talk by Lawrence Broz, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego. This event was co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of Political Science and part of the department's Comparative Pro-Seminar.
- Is Aggressive War a Crime? The International Criminal Court and the Future of International Justice
A discussion between the first US Ambassador-at-Large for Crimes, Amb. Scheffer and Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.)
- Closing Remarks at China and the World Conference by Yan Yunxiang and Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.)
Yan Yunxiang is co-director of the Center for Chinese Studies and Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.) is a senior fellow with the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations.