Christopher Hill predicts that America will soon return to a fuller, more traditional approach to foreign policy.
A lecture and question and answer session with James A. Larocco, Ambassador (Retired) and Director, Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NESA), National Defense University
Newly Appointed Burkle Center Fellow Matthew Alexander Discusses Harsh Interrogation Techniques on NPR's Fresh Air
Matthew Alexander speaks out against harsh interrogation techniques used by the U.S. military and describes his team's use of strategic, noncoercive methods of interrogation to find Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 2006.
A video interview with Hannah Reiss, PhD candidate in Anthropology
Michael D. Intriligator is a professor of economics, political science and public policy at UCLA. Nake M. Kamrany is a senior lecturer of economics and director of the Program in Law and Economics, Department of Economics, at the University of Southern California. This piece, which originally ran in the Huffington Post on Nov. 23, is a synopsis of the authors' presentation to the Global Security Seminar at UCLA.
A talk by Micah Zenko, Fellow for Conflict Prevention in the Center for Preventive Action (CPA), Council on Foreign Relations
Admiral Mike Mullen delivered the 2010-11 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace on November 10, 2010.
Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in conversation with Renee Montagne, Co-Host of NPR's Morning Edition, for the 2010-11 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture on the Conditions of Peace.
From Early Judeo-Iranian Jargons to Central Asiatic Argots of Rom Groups: Evidence for an Influential Jewish Underworld in the Late Abbasid Period
A lecture by Martin Schwartz, University of California, Berkeley
Atiq Rahimi, Afghan author reads from his book The Patience Stone
Drug-economy experts to discuss findings in Washington, D.C., July 6.
A public lecture by Anne Nivat, Award-Winning Paris-Based Freelance War Reporter and Writer.
"Afghanistan in Ink: Literatures of Nation, War, and Exile" focused on works written or recorded in the tumult of the past three decades. Audio podcasts of conference presentations are now available.
A Lecture by Margaret Mills, Ohio State University, part of the Afghanistan in Ink Conference.
A lecture by Wali Ahmadi, UC Berkeley, part of the Afghanistan in Ink Conference
Conference Introduction by Nushin Arbabzadah, UCLA
A lecture by Zuzanna Olszewska, St. Johns College, Oxford University, part of the Afghanistan in Ink Conference
Nation, War and Exile as Portrayed in Afghan Diasporic Fiction: The Case of Muhammad Asef Soltanzadeh
A lecture by Dr. Mir Hekmatullah Sadat, part of the Afghanistan in Ink Conference
A lecture by Shafiq Shamel, Stanford University, part of the Afghanistan in Ink Conference
A lecture by Nushin Arbabzadah, UCLA, part of the Afghanistan in Ink conference.
Establishing Formal Rules such as Property Rights is a Promising Road to Sustainable Economic Growth and Peace
Elena Panaritis, author of Prosperity Unbound: Building Property Markets with Trust (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), speaks at UCLA.
Book talk with Dan Fleshler, author of "Transforming Americas Israel Lobby: the Limits of Its Power and the Potential for Change."
Clark, a senior fellow at UCLA's Burkle Center for International Relations, opened the afternoon session for a Nov. 6 conference, "1989: Assessing the Collapse of Communism Twenty Years Later." The conference was organized by the UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies.
Podcast of a lecture by Ayman Abdel Nour presented by the UCLA Center for Middle East Development and the UCLA International Institute on March 11, 2009.
Shaukat Aziz, who served Pakistan for eight years as finance minister and prime minister, argues in a talk at UCLA that global and regional powers will need to meet with all Afghan factions, the Taliban included, and offer a Marshall Plan for Afghanistan in order to put the country on the right track.
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