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The Council maintains an extensive library of all of our Distinguished Speaker Addresses to preserve these educational events for anyone who may wish to learn from them. The Council is in the process of converting its older events into a digital format to make it more easily available to those interested. The complete list of addresses here. The following chart shows the prices for each format that the Council has available. If you are interested in renting or purchasing a copy, please send an email from the "Contact Us" page, or call the Council office at (410) 727-2150. Currently, the Council is able to accept payment by check or money order.
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Archived 2019-2020 Programs
MR. JOHN CHRIS INGLIS
FORMER DEPUTY DIRECTOR, NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
"Security in the Age of Cyber ... and ... Great Power Competition"
September 24, 2019
ROBERT O. FREEDMAN, Ph.D.
VISITING PROFESSOR, THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
"U.S.-Israeli Relations After the U.S. Withdrawal from Syria"
November 21, 2019
Mr. Marc Polymeropoulos
Former Head of Clandestine Operations in Europe & Eurasia,
Central Intelligence Agency
"Life as an Intelligence Officer: from Flip Phone to the Age of Twitter"
December 12, 2019
Jung H. Pak, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow & SK-Korea Foundation Chair in Korea Studies;
Center for East Asia Policy Studies,
The Brookings Institution
"What to Expect in US-North Korea Relations in 2020"
January 23, 2020
JOHN DUKE ANTHONY, PH.D.
FOUNDING PRESIDENT & CEO
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON U.S.-ARAB RELATIONS
"Certainties and Uncertainties Regarding Iran, the Arab Region, and the United States: What are the Implications?"
February 6, 2020
BILL O'GRADY AND PATRICK FEARON-HERNANDEZ
CONFLUENCE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
U.S. HEGEMONY AND THE EUROPEAN UNION
June 11, 2020
DR. TARA O'TOOLE
SENIOR FELLOW AND EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT,
"The Future of Synthetic Biology, Pandemics, and their Impact on Economies and National Security"
July 15, 2020
DR. MIKE CHENG
SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW, THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION
"The U.S., China, and What's Next"
September 24, 2020
AMBASSADOR (RET.) JOSEPH DETHOMAS
PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE, PENN STATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIOANL AFFAIRS
"North Korea and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation"
October 7, 2020
RICHARD N. HAASS, PH.D.
PRESIDENT, COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
"THE WORLD: A Brief Introduction"
November 2, 2020
JOHN J. MEARSHEIMER, PH.D.
THE R. WENDELL HARRISON DISTINGUISHED SERVICE PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE,
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
"Liberalism, Realism, Nationalism, and the U.S.'s Role in the World"
November 12, 2020
MR. PAUL GOBLE
FORMER DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, RADIO FREE EUROPE/RADIO LIBERTY
FORMER DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS, AZERBAIJAN DIPLOMATIC ACADEMY
FORMER PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF TARTU (ESTONIA)
FORMER ADVISOR ON SOVIET NATIONALITY ISSUES AND BALTIC AFFAIRS TO SECRETARY OF STATE JAMES BAKER
"Russia, What Drives it, and its Modi Operandi"
December 9, 2020
MR. MEAD TREADWELL
FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF ALASKA
FORMER CHAIR, U.S. ARCTIC RESEARCH COMMISSION
"The Battle for the Arctic"
January 13, 2021
PROFESSOR ANDREW NATSIOS
FORMER HEAD, U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR,
THE SCOWCROFT INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS,
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
"Foreign Aid in the Era of Great Power Competition"
February 3, 2021
MATTHEW KROENIG, PH.D.
PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE
DIRECTOR OF THE GLOBAL STRATEGY INITIATIVE AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE SCOWCROFT CENTER FOR STRATEGY AND SECURITY,
THE ATLANTIC COUNCIL
“The Return of Great Power Rivalry”
February 24, 2021
DR. AUDREY CRONIN
PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY,
FOUNDING DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR SECURITY, INNOVATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGY,
"Future Technology and Terrorism"
March 18, 2021
The Honorable Franklin C. Miller
Principal, The Scowcroft Group
Former Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control on the National Security Council
"U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy"
April 13, 2021
Dr. Charles Kupchan
The Council on Foreign Relations
Professor, Georgetown University
Former Director for European Affairs on the National Security Council
"Future U.S. Global Engagement, Where, When and Why?"
May 5, 2021
Dr. Sean Roberts
Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs; and
Director, International Development Studies Program
The George Washington University
"The Roots of Cultural Genocide in China’s Xinjiang Province"
June 15, 2021