Past Events

The Anti-Revolutionary Revolution in Russia

April 02, 2001 // 12:00am
Kennan Institute

National Missile Defense and Proliferation

March 29, 2001 // 11:00pm
International Security Studies

The Internet Policy Agenda of the 107th Congress

March 27, 2001 // 11:00pm
International Security Studies

"The Urban Explosion": A Film in the 2001 Environmental Film Festival in Our Nation's Capital

March 20, 2001 // 11:00pm
Environmental Change and Security Program

Market Bolshevism against Democracy

March 18, 2001 // 11:00pm
Kennan Institute

US Policy and the Global Environment: Memos to the President

March 15, 2001 // 11:00pm
Environmental Change and Security Program

Preventive Negotiation: Avoiding Conflict Escalation

March 08, 2001 // 11:00pm
Project on Leadership and Building State Capacity
Jan Eliasson, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States; I. William Zartman, Visiting Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and Director of African Studies and Jacob Blaustein Professor of International Organization and Conflict Resolution at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; Ambassador James Goodby, Non-Resident Fellow at Brookings Institution and Senior Research Fellow, MIT, Former U.S. Ambassador to Finland, and Former Ambassador, Principal Negotiator, and Special Representative of President Clinton for Nuclear Security and Dismantlement; Bertram Spector, Executive Director, Center for Negotiation Analysis; and Jane Holl Lute, Consulting Director, Project on Conflict Prevention, Woodrow Wilson Center, and Director of Operations, United Nations Foundation.

A Pollster's Perspective on the Putin Phenomenon

March 07, 2001 // 11:00pm
Kennan Institute

CWIHP Celebrates Ten-Year Anniversary with "Summit" Meeting

March 02, 2001 // 12:00amMarch 01, 2001 // 11:00pm
Cold War International History Project
On 2-3 March 2001, CWIHP marked its tenth anniversary with a large conference that gathered over 100 scholars and representatives from cold war research groups around the world. The key note address "Cold Wars?" was delivered by Harvard historian Ernest May. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, now a Senior Policy Scholar at the Wilson Center, spoke about the significance of "Cold War secrecy and its legacy."


To Attend an Event

Unless otherwise noted:

Meetings listed on this page are free and open to the public. Reservations are not required unless otherwise noted. All meetings take place at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC. Please see map and directions. Allow time for routine security procedures. A photo ID is required for entry.

To confirm time and place, contact Maria-Stella Gatzoulis on the day of the event: tel. (202) 691-4188. Check this page for the latest updates and notices.