|LIVE: NPR's Talk of the Nation Broadcasting from the Wilson Center|
|NPR's Talk of the Nation and the Wilson Center invite you to a
live broadcast of the show.
|Thursday, November 29, 2012
2:00 – 4:00 pm
|Woodrow Wilson Center, 6th Floor,
Joseph H. and Claire Flom Auditorium
|Live Webcast at www.wilsoncenter.org and www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way|
|Distinguished experts will be interviewed on:|
|OBAMA'S FOREIGN POLICY: OPPORTUNITY AND RISK
Earlier this year, President Obama was caught on camera telling then Russian President Dmitry Medvedev that a second term would give him more flexibility to negotiate on missile defense. If true, where else does this flexibility reach, how would he use it and where should he start?
Associate Editor and columnist, The Washington Post
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
|AVOIDING ANOTHER COLD WAR: LESSONS FROM THE LAST ONE & HOW TO PREVENT ANOTHER
For decades, the US and USSR were locked in a checkmate that defined every aspect of global relations and brought us to the brink of nuclear war. Now, we confront a new multipolar landscape in which China will become a superpower; India, Pakistan, and North Korea have nuclear weapons; and Iran presents the gravest strategic challenge. What has the Cold War taught us that applies to the new challenges in a multipolar war?
Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
|WHEN WOMEN LEAD
The goal of the Wilson Center’s Women in Public Service Project is to see fifty percent of the world’s public service jobs filled by women by 2050. Wilson Center President Jane Harman describes her vision of a world where there are as many women leaders as men.
Director, President and CEO, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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|THE WOODROW WILSON CENTER AT THE RONALD REAGAN BUILDING|
|By Metro, at Federal Triangle Station: Go to the top of the escalator at street level, cross Woodrow Wilson Plaza. Enter the Center’s Lobby at the left (southeast) corner of the Ronald Reagan Building.|
|From Pennsylvania Avenue at 13th Street: Walk down Woodrow Wilson Plaza, the north-south extension of 13th Street beside the Ronald Reagan Building. Enter the Center’s lobby at the far end of the plaza—the southeast corner of the building.|
|From 14th Street: Go through the Ronald Reagan Building along the right (south) side of the atrium and continue past it. At the hall’s end, turn left and enter the Woodrow Wilson Memorial. Go through the Memorial. At its far end, turn right into the Center’s lobby. Public parking in the Ronald Reagan Building is on Pennsylvania Avenue at 13 1/2 Street.|