Wikileaks Panel Discussion

Murray Dry, Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science; Jeffrey Lunstead, Diplomat in Residence; Stanley R. Sloan, Visiting Professor; Allison Stanger, Leng Professor of International Politics; And, as moderator, Michael Kraus, Frederick C. Dirks Professor of Political Science
January 5, 2011
"Does WikiLeaks Threaten American Interests?"

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Where Can Language Teaching Take Me?

Students from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)

Talk about graduate programs in:

  • Teaching a Foreign Language
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Language Program Administration
  • Computer-Assisted Language Learning
  • Peace Corps Master's International

January 17, 2012
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Rohatyn Center 10th Anniversary

Celebrating a Decade of Intellectual Inquiry

Thursday, October 18, 2012
How Global is U.S. Power? International Perspectives on This Country's Changing Role
Nadia Horning, Africa; Jessica Teets, China/Asia; Thierry Warin, Europe; Mark Williams, Latin America, Matt Dickinson, United States, Tamar Mayer, Moderator

Rohatyn Center 10th Anniversary

Celebrating a Decade of Intellectual Inquiry

October 18, 2012
Student Panel: How Global is U.S. Power? Reflections on Culture, Education, and Environment
Hillary Chutter-Ames '13, Princeton, Pop, and Project Runway in Russia
Petr Knor '15, McDonald's, Starbucks, and Hollywood
Sam Koplinka-Loehr '13, Models of Environmental Hegemony: US and China
Rhubini Kunasegaran '13, Cultural Imperialism: The USA, My Brother, and I
Anil Menon '13, Confidence: An Unsung Motivator of US Influence
Kyle Warner '13, Moderator

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Where Can Language Teaching Take Me?

Students from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)

Talk about graduate programs in:

  • Teaching a Foreign Language
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Language Program Administration
  • Computer-Assisted Language Learning
  • Peace Corps Master's International

January 17, 2012
Watch a digital video

Rohatyn Center 10th Anniversary

Celebrating a Decade of Intellectual Inquiry

Thursday, October 18, 2012
How Global is U.S. Power? International Perspectives on This Country's Changing Role
Nadia Horning, Africa; Jessica Teets, China/Asia; Thierry Warin, Europe; Mark Williams, Latin America, Matt Dickinson, United States, Tamar Mayer, Moderator

Rohatyn Center 10th Anniversary

Celebrating a Decade of Intellectual Inquiry

October 18, 2012
Student Panel: How Global is U.S. Power? Reflections on Culture, Education, and Environment
Hillary Chutter-Ames '13, Princeton, Pop, and Project Runway in Russia
Petr Knor '15, McDonald's, Starbucks, and Hollywood
Sam Koplinka-Loehr '13, Models of Environmental Hegemony: US and China
Rhubini Kunasegaran '13, Cultural Imperialism: The USA, My Brother, and I
Anil Menon '13, Confidence: An Unsung Motivator of US Influence
Kyle Warner '13, Moderator

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Wikileaks Panel Discussion

Murray Dry, Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science; Jeffrey Lunstead, Diplomat in Residence; Stanley R. Sloan, Visiting Professor; Allison Stanger, Leng Professor of International Politics; And, as moderator, Michael Kraus, Frederick C. Dirks Professor of Political Science
January 5, 2011
"Does WikiLeaks Threaten American Interests?"

Watch a digital video

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Philip Murphy

Former U.S. ambassador to Germany
February 24, 2014

Germany, Europe and America: Where Do We Go from Here? 

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Larry Rohter

New York Times journalist
January 24, 2014

The Rise of Brazil

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Hank Levine

Senior Director of the Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG)
7th Annual China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections
October 28, 2013

China Goes Global: Economic Interests, International Interdependence, and Chinese Foreign Policy

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