Edward P. Joseph has 15 years’ experience in conflict areas from the Balkans to the Middle East to Haiti, and is a foreign policy professional, commentator and lecturer who brings an on-the-ground perspective to his work.
Ambassador Thomas Pickering addressed the recent developments in the ongoing conflict with Iran and discussed some possible scenarios moving forward.
The Honorable Guy Roberts, a National Security and Non-proliferation senior consultant and recent Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs, spoke about the recent Nuclear Posture Review and our current status in regards to nuclear matters.
Professor Chitralekha Zutshi from the College of William & Mary spoke about the complex history of the Kashmir conflict and the various stakeholders, and discussed recent developments.
Ambassador Rick Barton teaches at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. In an interview with Dr. Matthew Shank, he shared his experience in regards to American peace-building efforts around the world.
Dr. Robert Sutter presented a thoughtful analysis covering the origins, development, implications and sustainability of the across-the-board hardening of US government policy and practice toward China over the past two years.
Ambassador William B. Taylor, the executive vice president at the U.S. Institute of Peace, spoke on the current status of the Russian-Ukraine conflict and its implications on the broader political relations among the major powers.
Brian Katulis from the Center for American Progress spoke on the changing foreign policy debate in American politics, and the various aspects of our current involvement in the Middle East, specifically in Syria.