Past Events

Sustainability: A Security Imperative

October 06, 2004 // 12:00am
Environmental Change and Security Program
Klaus Toepfer launches the new publication, Understanding Environment, Conflict, and Cooperation, produced by UNEP and ECSP. The report goes beyond the headlines to find fertile ground for peace in environmental cooperation.

Book Launch – Blood From Stones: The Secret Financial Network of Terror

October 05, 2004 // 2:00pm3:30pm
Africa Program
A Roundtable discussion with Douglas Farah, an award-winning investigative journalist for the Washington Post. Mr. Farah discussed his recently published book, Blood From Stones: The Secret Financial Network of Terror, a book which Gen. Barry McCaffrey, professor of National Security Studies at West Point calls "required reading for the thousands of U.S. and Allied law enforcement and intelligence officers prosecuting the global war on terror."

With Strategic Partners Like This, Who Needs Enemies? Russia Considers the 'Threat' from China

October 04, 2004 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Kennan Institute
Matthew Ouimet, Foreign Affairs Research Analyst, Office of Analysis for Russia and Eurasia, U.S. Department of State, and former Title VIII-Supported Research Scholar, Kennan Institute

The Future of Civil Society in Iran

October 04, 2004 // 12:00pm1:30pm
Middle East Program
Cyberspace as Subversive Space for Women?: Women's Websites and Weblogs in Iran -- Mahsa Shekarloo, Editor of Bad Jens, Iranian Feminist Online Journal; Commentator -- Sussan Tahmasebi, Iran CSO (Civil Society Organization) Training and Research Center, Tehran.This event is co-sponsored with The Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University.

Islam, Gender, and Reproductive Health: Part 2 of 6

October 04, 2004 // 12:00am
Environmental Change and Security Program
The second meeting in the Islam, Gender, and Reproductive Health conference series focuses on how religion and policy affect and address the reproductive health needs of women in Islamic settings.

The Study of New Democracies in Latin America and Elsewhere: Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the "Transitions Project" at the Woodrow Wilson Center

October 01, 2004 // 9:30am12:30pm
Latin American Program
Twenty-five years ago at the Wilson Center, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe Schmitter, and Laurence Whitehead, with support from Abraham Lowenthal, who was then director of the Latin American Program, organized a project to consider the transitions from authoritarian regimes in Latin America and Europe. The Transitions Project was at the origin of almost twenty-five years of conceptual debate and empirical research on regime change and democratic governance throughout the world; it is time to take stock of what we have learned from this experience. It is our pleasure to invite you to a session on "The Study of New Democracies in Latin America and Elsewhere: Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the ‘Transitions Project' at the Woodrow Wilson Center" featuring the three project co-directors and the then director of the Wilson Center's Latin American Program.

Ballots and Battles – Assessing Afghanistan on the Eve of its Elections

September 30, 2004 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Middle East Program
Cheryl Benard, Senior Political Analyst, RAND Corporation

Gender in Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The World Bank Track Record

September 29, 2004 // 12:30pm2:30pm
Project on Leadership and Building State Capacity
Venue: The Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Somers RoomElaine Zuckerman, President, Gender Action; Marcia Greenberg, Adjunct Law Professor, Cornell University; Ian Bannon, Manager, Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Unit, The World Bank; Sanam Naraghi Anderlini, Director, Policy Commission, Women Waging Peace; Anita Sharma, Director, Conflict Prevention Project, The Woodrow Wilson Center

Public Opinion on Foreign Policy in Mexico and the United States

September 29, 2004 // 9:00am2:30pm
Mexico Institute

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