The University of Mary Washington Department of Political Science and International Affairs, in collaboration with the Joint Warfare Analysis Center, is pleased to announce the continuation of the National Security Lecture Series held at the university's Dahlgren Campus.
Dr. Jack Kramer, who lectured last spring, will kick off the series and focus on Russian Foreign Policy. Dr. Ranjit Singh, who also lectured last spring, will follow up his Arab Spring presentation by providing participants with additional insights into the Syria Crisis.
Additionally, Dr. Stephen Farnsworth, who directs the university's Center for Leadership and Media Studies, will focus on the 2012 campaign and election, paying special attention to national security issues.
The programs start at 8 a.m. with registration, refreshments and networking followed by the lecture starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 10 a.m. The lectures will include time for each speaker's presentation along with opportunities for questions and answers. While there is no cost to attend, we ask that you register for each lecture.
Wednesday, 10/3/12 John (Jack) M. Kramer, Ph.D., UMW Distinguished Professor Russian Foreign Policy: Strategic Challenges for the United States. Registration deadline 9/28/12.
Tuesday, 10/30/12 Ranjit Singh, Ph.D., UMW Associate Professor The Syria Crisis: Personal, National and Regional Insecurity.
To register, visit http://dahlgren.umw.edu/upcoming-events/national-security-lecture-series/.