CONFERENCE - SYMPOSIUM TITLE
2011 Topical Symposium:
"Strategic Estimates in the 20th Century" presented by Williamson Murray
"DHS Integrated Risk Management" by Allen S. Miller
"The Millennium Project" by Jerome Glenn
"Envisioning a National Security System for the 21st Century" by Christopher Holshek
"The Importance of Foresight to Grand Strategy" by Patricia (Patti) Morrissey
"Educating Strategists: Some Discomforting Contradictions" by Cynthia Watson
"The National Planning & Execution Management System" by Robert Polk
"Designing the U.S. President's Ability to Make Strategy" by Robert Polk
"U.S. Grand Strategy" by Patrick Doherty
Ten Years Later: Insights on al-Qaeda's Past & Future through Captured Records
Introduction to Congressman Thornberry: Ambassador Nancy McEldowney, Acting President, NDU
Congressman Thornberry "Why a Conference on 9/11?"
Panel 1: "What Did Scholars & Policy Makers Know about Al-Qaeda and Affiliated Movements before 9/11?" Dr. Thomas Hegghammer, Dr. Mark Stout, Ms. Cindy Storer, Dr. Mary Habeck, Dr. Yonah Alexander
Panel 2: "What Have We Learned about AQAM since 9/11?" Mr. Peter Bergen, Dr. Nelly Lahoud, Dr. Flagg Miller, Ms. Jessica Huckabey, Dr. David Cook
Panel 3: "What Should be the Focus of AQAM Studies for the Future?" The Honorable Juan Zarate, Mr. Brian Fishman, Dr. Zabikhulla Saipov, Ms. Anne Stenersen,
"A Decade Beyond the 9/11 Attacks" by C. Michael Hurley, Senior Counsel, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks on the United States.
"A Call for Further Research and Analysis" by Suzanne Sapulding, Executive Director, National Commission on Terrorism
"The Evolution of Al-Qaeda and Associated Movements" by The Honorable Michael Vickers, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
|13-14 Sep, 2011|
2011 Pacific Symposium: The New Security Environment - Implications for American Security in the Asia Pacific Region.
"The United States Is In Asia"
"Down and Out in Tokyo and Washington"
"India and Multipolarity"
"The New Security Environment: Can the U.S. Retain Primacy?"
|4-5 April, 2011|
Economic Security - Neglected Dimension of National Security?
"Towards a Premise for Grand Strategy"
"A Well Educated Workforce: Vital Component of National and Economic Security"
"Comeback America: Turning the Country Around and Restoring Fiscal Responsibility"
"The Economic Element of National Power" by Mr. David Berteau
"The Economic Element of National Power" by Dr. R. Stephen Brent
"National Security and Economic Growth Strategy" by Mr. David Leech
"Failure to Integrate Economic Policy and National Security Policy"
"NIPP Partnership Model and Strategic Support for Critical Technology Sectors"
"Perspective on the US Aerospace Industry Sector" by Mr. Jonathan Etherton
"Perspectives on Techno-Industrial Policy for the US Biotechnology Sector" by Mr. Bill Helming
"Perspectives on the Automotive Industry" by Mr. Sanjay Rishi
"Understanding Industrial Base Capability" by Mr. Mark Crawford
"Expeditionary Economics - From Aid to Market and Trade" by Dr. Leif Rosenberger
"Energy Security is National Security" by Mr. Keith Cooley
"Energy Security Fuels our National Security" by Dr. Larry Johnson
"Migrating to Alternative Energy" by Mr. William Walden
"Alternative Energy and Fuels" by Mr. Louis Infante
"Energy Security is National Security" by Mr. Juergen Reers
"The Energy Independence Trust: Independence Across the United States" by Mr. Reed Hundt
"Technology Convergence and National Security" by Dr. James Valdes
"The Role of Human Capital: Graduate Education, Collaborative Capacity & Public Service"
"The Role of Human Capital" by Ms. Wendy Russell
"Economic Security: Neglected Dimension of National Security" by Ms. Carmen Medina
|August 24-25, 2010|
China's Naval Modernization: Cause for Storm Warnings?
"Symposium Proceedings" - China's Naval Modernization
"China's New Navy: The State of Play in 2010" by Dr. Bernard Cole
"China's Evolving Naval Strategy" by Dr. Nan Li
"The PLA Navy Anti-Access Role in a Taiwan Contingency" by RADM Michael McDevitt, USN (Ret)
"China's Naval Nationalism" by Dr. Robert Ross
"China's Out of Area Operations" by Dr. Christopher Yung
|June 16, 2010|
QDR 2010: Implementing the New Path for America's Defense
"Quadrennial Defense Review and Ballistic Missile Defense Review" by Honorable James Miller
"Prevailing in Today's War" by Major General Robert Neller, USMC
"Preserve and Enhance the Force: The Human Dimension" by Mr. Joseph Angello
"The Civilian Expeditionary Workforce" by Ms. Sharon Stewart
"Meeting the Military's Manpower Challenges" by Dr. Lawrence Korb
"Dissuasion, Deterrence and Detection" by Dr. Michael O'Hanlon
"QDR 2010: Implementing the New Path for America's Defense" by Dr. Michael O'Hanlon
"Quadrennial Homeland Security Review: Results Overview" by Mr. Alan Cohn
"QDR and Industrial Policy" by Dr. Rebecca Grant
"Countering WMD in the 2010 QDR" by John P. Caves, Jr.
|March 10, 2010|
Energy Security: A Global Challenge
"No Energy Security… without a Fight.” by Paul Bollinger
"Energy Security Means Energy Interdependence" by Robert Bryce
"Africa's Energy Challenges" by Lamine Cissé
"Central Asia and Caucasus Energy" by Maureen S. Crandall
"Cyber Security Issues in the Electric Power Sector" by Jeff Dagle
"The Emerging Petroleum and Natural Gas Economy" by Richard Jones
"U.S. Air Force Energy Program" by David King
"Powering America’s Defense: Energy and the Risks to National Security" by John Nathman
"Nuclear Programs" by Andrew Orrell
"Promising Programs for Energy Efficiency" by Geoffrey Prosch
"Secure Grid 2009" by Scott Pugh
"Emerging Regional Energy Security Issues: China" by David Pumphrey
"Security and Energy Security Challenges Ahead" by Tim Roxey
"Energy Security: Global Challenges - Persian Gulf Issues" by Jean Francois Seznec
"Energy Security: Emerging Petroleum and Natural Gas Issues" by Adam Sieminski
"Renewal Energy: A Proposal" by Jonathan Trent
"Terrestrial Energy" by William Tucker
"Energy Security: Emerging Petroleum and Natural Gas Economy" by Frank Verrastro
29-30 Sept, 2009
Global Strategic Assessment 2009: America's Security Role in a Changing World
Preview Edition"Global Energy Insecurity and the DoD" by Dr. Richard Andres
"Adapting to Global Challenges" by Rear Admiral Chris Parry, Royal Navy (Ret)
"The Future of Pakistan-US Relations: Opportunities and Challenges" by Amb Maleeha Lodhi
|April 7, 2009|
Meeting Complex Challenges Through National Security Reform:
"Where are We? Risks and Benefits Moving Forward." by G. William Anderson
"Meeting Complex Challenges." Paper by Christopher Barrie
"National Security Reform and the National Security Strategy of the United Kingdom." by Mark Newton
"National Security Reform - The French Approach." Paper by Manuel Lafont Rapnouil
"National Security Reform - The French Approach." PowerPoint by Manuel Lafont Rapnouil
"Meeting Complex Challenges." Presentation by Karl Lowe
Towards a Theory of Spacepower:
"Space and the Commonwealth of Mankind - The NEO Challenge." by Rusty Schweickart
"Surrey Satellite Technology, LTD." by Dr. Stuart Eves
"Commercial Space and Spacepower." by Henry R. Hertzfeld
"Space and National Security." by James A. Lewis
"The Influence of Spacepower on History." by Chuck Lutes
Increasing SOF's Strategic Value:INSS hosted a special book seminar on Thursday September 20, 2007-- "Increasing SOF's Strategic Value." The seminar included two panels, the first featuring authors Dr. Chris Lamb, INSS Senior Fellow and Dr. David Tucker, Associate Professor at the Naval Postgraduate School. The second panel included commentary on the book and questions from the audience to the panel featuring the Honorable Jim Locher of the Project on National Security Reform; Retired Special Operations Forces officers Major General Geoffrey Lambert and Colonel David McCracken; and Colonel Kevin McDonnell, Director of the USSOCOM Washington Office.
U.S. Special Operations Forces - Christopher LambU.S. Special Operations Forces - Geoffrey C. LambertU.S. Special Operations Forces - David E. McCracken