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My Readings for Seminar XXI

April 3, 2012


MIT Seminar XXI is coming to an end for this academic year. The last weekend event is this month. Here is the list of topics and assigned reading for the theme: U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY.  U.S. Grand Strategy: A Debate Barry Posen, “A Grand Strategy of Restraint” Robert Lieber, “Can the US Retain Primacy?” Robert Art, […]

Readings in preparation for MIT Seminar XXI

January 24, 2012


What I am reading in preparation for this weekend’s MIT Seminar XXI session: Economic Paradigms: The “Washington Consensus” and Its Critics John Williamson, “A Short History of the Washington Consensus” Joseph E. Stiglitz, “Is There a Post-Washington Consensus Consensus?” Dani Rodrik, “Trading in Illusions” Kenneth Waltz, “Globalization and American Power” Lawrence Harrison, “Culture Matters” Michael […]

Seminar XXI: Introductory Banquet

September 9, 2011


Seminar XXI held its’ introductory and alumni banquet on Tuesday night at the National Press Club in DC. I definitely felt like the junior member. I ended up at a table with all alumni, each one was a current or retired general or flag officer, senior executive service member, or c-suite member. Anne-Marie Slaughter, the […]