The Stanley and Arlene Ginsburg Lecture Series Winter–Spring 2013

FPRI is proud to announce the return of the Stanley and Arlene Ginsburg Lecture Series for Winter-Spring of 2013.  This series was made possible by a generous grant from Stanley and Arlene Ginsburg.  It is sponsored by the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and co-sponsored and hosted by the National Liberty Museum.

All events will take place at the National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Registration will begin at 5:30 pm, with the program commencing at 5:45 pm.

Lectures are Free to Members of FPRI and NLM; $20 for everyone else.

FPRI Partners at the Bronze Level and above are Invited to Dinner Immediately Following.

Tuesday, Feb 19: Lessons for US Foreign Policy from Early America
Charles Edel, US Naval War College

Tuesday, March 19: The Next Decade of American Foreign Policy
Dominic Tierney, Associate Professor of Political Science, Swarthmore College
and SeniorFellow, FPRI

Tuesday, April 16: Conflict in the Caucasus: The Story of Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia – and Why It Matters to Us
Thomas de Waal, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Tuesday, May 21: The Rise of China’s Military: Should We Be Worried?
Toshi Yoshihara, US Naval War College

Wednesday, June 12:
The US vs Al Qaeda 2.0
Seth Jones, RAND Corporation