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April 11, 2018

  1. Fletcher CliffsNotes: The (un)Frozen Conflict on Nagorno Karabakh

    12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

    This week's lecture will feature a 101 discussion about the (un)frozen Conflict on Nagorno Karabakh. Tavitian Scholars Viktr Yengibaryan and Mariam Ayvazyan will discuss the status quo of the conflict and peacebuilding efforts by US, Russia, and France.

  2. Navigating the Swamp: Lessons from 20 Years in Washington's Middle East Policies

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    Hussein Ibish will discuss how a career in Washington on Middle Eastern topics can be successfully built, and how and why, despite all the knowledge and experience available on these topics, US foreign policy seemingly invariably misses the mark in the Arab world. He'll explain lessons learned about dealing with other think tanks and NGOs, academia, the government, and media at the highest levels. He'll also discuss what his experiences demonstrate about how the policy-framing conversation in Washington often fails to recognize the core realities and pitfalls confronting US Middle East policy. Dr. Ibish will provide rare insights on how Washington works (or doesn't) on Middle East issues, what careers can be built in that field, and what lessons can be drawn from 20 years of maneuvering in the DC swamp.

  3. Gender and Military Operational Effectiveness: A NATO Perspective

    2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

    Andrea Goldstein will share her perspective on her work applying her military experience and Fletcher education in Gender and Human Security, including her recent experience as both a student and instructor at the NATO Gender Advisor course in Sweden.

  4. The Greek Economy and the Euro: The Way Forward

    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    Lecture on the Greek Economy and the Euro, given by Professor George Alogoskoufis Chair in Hellenic and European Studies.

  5. Fletcher Feast

    7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

    Fletcher students sign up to host fellow Fletchies, randomly assigned, for a dinner in their home.

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