10/2/2001        Warren Cohen

                         Distinguished Professor of History, University of Maryland Baltimore County;                                      Senior Scholar, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

                         “U.S.-China Relations: Engagement, Containment, or What?”


10/17/2001      Idriss Jazairy

                        Ambassador of Algeria to the United States

                        “International Terrorism: Algeria’s Perspective”


10/30/2001      Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.

                        President, Center for Security Policy;

                        Former Assistant Secretary of Defense

                        “United States Strategy for Uprooting Terrorism”


11/20/2001      Anthony Lake

                         Distinguished Professor on the Practice of Diplomacy, The Edmund A.                                                  Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Assistant to the                                              President for National Security Affairs, 1993-1997

                         “Where Do We Go From Here?  The War On Terrorism and Its Impact On                                     America’s Approach to The World”


11/27/2001      Steven Pifer

                        Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs

                        “United States-Russia Relations”


12/11/2001      John Duke Anthony

                         President and Chief Executive Officer, The National Council on U.S.-Arab                                            Relations

                        “America’s Relations and Interests in the Middle East Since 9/11:

                         The Way Forward”


1/17/2002        William F. Schultz

                        Executive Director, Amnesty International USA

                        “In Our Own Best Interest: How Defending Human Rights Benefits Us All”


2/14/2002        Robert Legvold

                        Professor of Political Science, Columbia University

                        “U.S.-Russia Relations Since 9/11”


2/18/2002        Lalit Mansingh

                        Ambassador of India to the United States

                        “Growing  Momentum in India-U.S. Relations”


3/14/2002        Robert O. Freedman

                         Peggy Meyerhoff Pearlstone Professor of Political Science,

                         Baltimore Hebrew University

                         “The Bush Administration’s Approach to the Arab-Israeli Conflict”


3/25/2002        James Roche

                        Secretary of the Air Force

                        “The State of the Air Force: Adapting Air and Space Power to National Security                                 Requirements in the 21st Century”


4/3/2002          E. Anthony Wayne

                        Assistant Secretary of State for Business and Economic Affairs

                        “U.S. Foreign Policy: The Growing Role of Economics”


4/11/2002        The 22nd Annual Baltimore Sun Foreign Policy Panel

                        Robert Ruby, Tom Bowman, Mark Matthews, Will Englund

                        “The United States and The Altered World”


4/22/2002        Walter Kansteiner, III

                        Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs

                        “United States Policy Towards Africa”


5/8/2002          Christina B. Rocca

                        Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs

                        “U.S. Policy in South Asia Post 9/11”


5/8/2002          Michael Bornstein Oren

                        Senior Fellow, The Shalem Center, Jerusalem

                        “Middle East Diplomacy Within the Realm of the Possible"                         


6/10/2002        David Satterfield

                        Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs

                        “The United States and the Arab-Israeli Conflict”


6/17/2002        Rafael  Barak

                          Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Israel to the United States

                        “Current Events in Israel, Terrorism in the Middle East, and the U.S.-Israel                                          Relationship”


9/18/2002        Mark Strauss

                        Senior Editor, Foreign Policy Magazine

                        “The Do’s and Don’ts of Attacking Iraq”


10/9/2002        Paul Simons

                         Acting Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law                                  Enforcement Affairs

                         “Status and Prospects of United States Counter Narcotics Programs”


10/24/2002      Robert Bradtke

                        Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs

                        “NATO Expansion and U.S.-European Relations”


11/8/2002        William J. Burns

                        Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs

                        “The Quest for a Stable Middle East”


11/15/2002      Saudi Panel

                         Khalil Abdullah Al-Khalil, scholar and columnist in Al-Jazeerah;    and

                         Shihab Jamjoom,  Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jamjoom Medical                                          Industries and Jamjoom Media Company

                        “The Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations”


11/21/2002      Michael Mandelbaum

                          Professor of American Foreign Policy, Johns Hopkins University SAIS

                         “The Ideas that Conquered the World: Peace, Democracy and the Free Markets in                                the Twenty-first Century”


12/17/2002      John Duke Anthony

                        President & CEO, The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations

                        “The United States and Iraq: Needs, Concerns, and Interests:

                        A Personal Perspective”


1/16/2003        John O'Keefe

                         U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan

                         “The U.S.-Central Asia Relationship and Kyrgyzstan’s Role in The War Against                                    Terrorism"       


1/29/2003        John Stern Wolf

                        Assistant Secretary of State for Nonproliferation

                        “Nonproliferation Priorities”


3/12/2003        Henry R. Nau

                        Professor of Political Science, The George Washington University

                        “Terrorism and Proliferation: Can America Act Alone?”


4/4/2003          Sung Chul Yang

                        Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the United States

                        “The Enduring Korea-U.S. Alliance”


4/15/2003        Osman Faruk   Logoglu

                        Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the United States

                        “Turkey’s Role in International Politics”


4/22/2003        Robert H. Scales, Jr.

                        Major General, U.S. Army (Ret.);

                        Senior Vice President, Sylvan Learning Systems

                        “The Course of Future Warfare”


5/2/2003          Wolfgang Ischinger

                        Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United States

                        “Germany and the United States: Are We Drifting Apart?”


5/20/2003        The 23rd Annual Baltimore Sun Foreign Policy Panel

                        Mark Matthews, Robert Ruby, Tom Bowman, John Murphy and

                        Todd Richissin



6/5/2003          Jean-David Levitte

                        Ambassador of France to the United States

                        “Relations between the United States and France in a Transformed World”


10/16/2003      Robert O. Freedman

                         Peggy Meyerhoff Pearlstone Professor of Political Science,  Baltimore Hebrew                                  University; Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University

                        “The Bush Administration and the Arab-Israeli Conflict:

                        Is There Real Hope For Peace?”


10/20/2003      Donald W. Keyser

                        Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs

                        “Addressing the Challenges of North Korea’s Nuclear Program”


10/30/2003      J. Cofer Black

                        State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism

                        “The Global Fight Against International Terrorism”


11/6/2003        Michael O'Hanlon

                        Senior Fellow in Policy Studies, The Brookings Institution

                        “A Grand Bargain with North Korea?”


12/1/2003        Charles W. Ries

                        Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs

                        “United States-European Relations: Today And Tomorrow”


12/15/2003      Shibley Telhami

                         Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Democracy, University of Maryland College                              Park

                        “Iraq and The Middle East: Where Do We Go From Here?”


1/29/2004        Harry Harding

                        Dean, The Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

                        “U.S.-China Relations: From Partners To Competitors And Back”


2/9/2004          Paula Dobriansky

                        Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs

                        “Promoting Democracy in the 21st Century: An Essential Tool Against Terrorism”


2/23/2004        General Richard B. Myers

                        Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff


3/8/2004          Luis Alberto Moreno

                        Ambassador of Colombia to the United States

                        “U.S.-Colombia Relations”


3/23/2004        Arthur E. Dewey

                        Assistant Secretary of  State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration

                        “Humanitarian Leadership For A World In Crisis”


4/13/2004        Roger F. Noriega

                        Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs

                        “United States Policy in the Western Hemisphere”


4/19/2004        Benjamin L. Cardin

                        Senior Democrat, The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

                        “The Future of U.S. Influence in Europe”


5/12/2004        The 24th Annual Baltimore Sun Foreign Policy Panel

                        Robert Ruby, Mark Matthews, Tom Bowman, Todd Richissin

                        “ A Time of Crisis: Can We Get It Right?”


5/25/2004        Patricia McNerney

                         Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International                          Security Affairs, John R. Bolton

                         “International Trade Security Issues, Arms Control Matters, and Non                                             -proliferation”


6/10/2004        Daniel  Ayalon

                        Ambassador of Israel to the United States