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Week of February 18, 2018–February 24, 2018

  1. Feb 20

    Conversation with Joseph Aiello, Managing Director of Meridiam

    4:30 PM – 6:00 PM

    Are you interested in private equity, project finance, infrastructure or more broadly, international finance and markets? Join us for a conversation with a leading practitioner. Meridiam is a global asset manager based in Paris that focuses on developing, financing and managing long-term, sustainable public infrastructure in Europe, North America and Africa.

  2. Feb 21

    Assessment of Strategic Challenges Today: Japan’s Perspective

    10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

    Join the Japan Club for a lecture by Hideaki Yuasa, President of the JMSDF Command and Staff College. Located at the central area of Tokyo, the college has two major missions: education and research. Each year, selected officers (mostly Captains, Commanders and Lieutenant Commanders) enter the college to develop their strategic thinking for higher assignments. Research is also an important mission of the college. Officers and scholars research military strategy and operations.

  3. Feb 21

    Meet the Military Fellows: Matt Getty

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Join us for the latest installment of the "Meet the Military Fellows Luncheon Series." Matt Getty will speak on the following subject: "Delivering Diplomacy and Leading Diverse Organization." This event is sponsored by WIIS and ISSP.

  4. Feb 21

    Charles Francis Adams Lecture: Ambassador Timothy Roemer

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    Join Timothy Roemer, former Ambassador to India and Executive Director and Strategic Counselor at APCO Worldwide, for a luncheon lecture.

  5. Feb 21

    IGL Student Group Speaker Series on Migration: Beyond the US-Mexican Border

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    This presentation will challenge prevailing myths about migration south of the U.S. border. By tracing the difficult and dangerous journey facing migrants from Central America, Haiti, and elsewhere who must cross Mexico to get to the US border, it will seek to humanize the migrants while shining a critical light on the restrictive and security-oriented migration policies currently in place.

  6. Feb 22

    IGL Student Group Speaker Series on Migration: Weapons of Mass Migration

    12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

    This lecture will discuss contemporary trends in migration and the perception of migration as a security issue.

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