A panel with Admiral William J. Fallon, Congressmember Ted W. Lieu (D-CA33), and Prof. David W. Orr
A livestreamed book talk with Peter W. Singer, strategist, author, and Senior Fellow at New America
A livestreamed conversation with Ben Rhodes, former Deputy National Security Advisor to Barack Obama
A livestreamed book talk with Jim Newton, Los Angeles Times award-winning journalist and author
A livestreamed conversation with General Wesley K. Clark (ret.)
A livestreamed book talk with James Mann, award-winning journalist and author
Joseph Nye is a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and former Dean of the Kennedy School of Government.
Emmanuel Saez is a Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley and an economic adviser to Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Richard Baldwin, one of the world's leading thinkers on globalization, argues that “globots” will build a better future, but will create explosive social challenges along the way.
Paul Romer is a Nobel Prize-Winning Economist and Professor of Economics at NYU.
Award-winning author and Associate Editor of the Washington Post Bob Woodward delivered the 2018/19 Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced Bob Woodward.
In his talk, Prof. of History and former Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami discussed the recent ethno-nationalist trends in Israel, Europe and around the globe, and the dangers this dynamic poses to world peace.
During the panel discussion, speakers discussed the prospects of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East and the potential implications for Israel. Speakers included (in order of appearance):
Representative Adam Schiff (CA-28) will give the 2017-18 Brodie Lecture on the Conditions of Peace
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