NEW -- KRASNO EVENTS SERIES - Spring 2019
PROGRAM - SPRING 2019 (February - April 2019)
all events take place in the Pleasants Family Room of the Wilson Library (pillared building above).
Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 5.30pm:
" THE NATIONALIST REVIVAL:
Trade, Immigration and the Revolt against Globalization"
(prominent journalist & author, formerly senior editor at the New Republic)
Thursday, February 21 - 5.30pm:
"HAS AMERICA LOST ITS WAY?
Leadership in Times of Crisis & The U.S. and the Rule of Law"
Lawrence "Larry" Wilkerson
(former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell & former deputy director of the
Policy Planning Staff in the U.S. State Department)
and Rob "Butch" Bracknell
(Assistant Legal Adviser, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, Norfolk, VA)
Comments by Prof. Richard "Dick" Kohn
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - 5.30pm
"NORTHERN IRELAND and BREXIT:
The 'Troubles,' the Border, and the Future"
Norman Houston, OBE
(Director, Northern Ireland Bureau, Washington, DC;
Senior Official, Northern Ireland Civil Service, Belfast, UK)
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - 5.30pm:
"FROM CRISIS TO CRISIS: TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS
from the Days of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher
to Donald Trump, Angela Merkel, and Brexit"
Roundtable with leading academics:
(Yale University, New Haven, CT)
(University of Regensburg, Germany)
(Johns Hopkins University/SAIS, Washington, DC)
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
"The Rise of Cyber Warfare:
The New Frontier of National Defense."
Roundtabe discussion with leading experts:
Dr. Deborah Frincke
(Research Director, National Security Agency, NSA, Washington, DC)
Dr. Daniel Gonzales
(Senior Scientist, Rand Corporation, Washington, DC)
SSA Jessica Nye
(Supervisory Special Agent, FBI Cyber Squad, Raleigh, NC)
Dr. Michael Reiter
(Lawrence M Slifkin Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, UNC-Chapel Hill)
moderated by Maya Kapoor & Klaus Larres (UNC-CH)
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 5.30pm:
"CAN WE LIVE WITH CHINA?
U.S.-Chinese Relations in Tumultuous Times "
(former Acting Assistant Secretary & Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary
for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U.S. Department of State (2016-2018);
now senior research scholar at Yale University's Paul Tsai China Center & Fellow at Brookings)
The events will be introduced and moderated by Prof. Klaus Larres (UNC-Chapel Hill)
- NO RSVP required, just come along -
As always: FREE PARKING available after 5.00pm at Cobb Deck
(8 minutes' walk to the Wilson Library)
(Cobb Deck is at Paul Green Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514)
There is also FREE PARKING available after 5.00pm at Bell Tower Deck
(Bell Tower Deck is at Bell Tower Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514; also c. 7-8 minutes' walk away from the Wilson Library).
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