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        First Week


Tuesday, 27 April, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College  
Corruption? What Corruption? An Afghan Perspective on International Aid to Afghanistan
Mr Abbie Aryan
Deployable Civilian Expert
The Stabilisation Unit, UK Government
Former Chief of Staff, Afghan Ministry of Counter-Narcotics

 

        Second Week


Tuesday, 4 May, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
Why Nations Fight: Past and Future Motives for War
James O Freedman Presidential Professor of Government
Dartmouth College
Centennial Professor of International Relations, LSE

 

          Third Week


Tuesday, 11 May, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
The Future of Power
University Distinguished Service Professor
Sultan of Oman Professor of International Relations
John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

    

         Fourth Week


Tuesday, 18 May, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
Abandoning the Napoleonic Paradigm: Commonalities in
Strategic Thinking before 1832 and after 1945
Professor Beatrice Heuser
Chair in International Relations
University of Reading
 

       Fifth Week


Tuesday, 25 May, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
Preserving the Military Option in a Changing Socio-Legal Climate
Brigadier John Donnelly OBE
Head of Military Liaison – Directorate of Judicial Engagement Policy
UK Ministry of Defence

 

       Sixth Week


Tuesday, 1 June, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
Beyond Engagement: Obama's Foreign Policy and the Perils of Liberal Intervention
Professor Scott Lucas
Professor of American Studies
Executive Director, Libertas: The Centre for the Study of US Foreign Policy
University of Birmingham

 

       Seventh Week


Tuesday, 8 June, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
International Security Policy – The UN, NATO and the EU
Director, International Security
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Following an unavoidable last-minute cancellation by Mr Johnston,  a replacement speaker has been announced: Commodore Tom Karsten RN  speaking on The Arctic: Avoiding a Polarised Pole

 

       Eighth Week


Tuesday, 15 June, 8:30pm in the Old Library, All Souls College
In Search of Shangri-La: The 2010 UK Strategic Defence Review
Senior Lecturer, Department of Defence Studies
King’s College London and UK Joint Services Command and Staff College

 


 
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