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Dr. Mary Raum, National Security Affairs Department, spoke at the Institute of Inclusive Security at Harvard Kennedy School on January 9 on the subject of gender and curriculum development in the Joint Professional Military Environment. The Institute researches and documents women's contributions to peace-building and links policymakers, activists and academics on global security and peace initiatives.

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Professor Hayat Alvi, National Security Affairs Department, will speak on "The Middle East of Today and Tomorrow: The Long Term Trends'" at the Newport Art Museum Winter Series on Jan. 21.  Further information is available on the Newport Art Museums's website.

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Professor James Kraska, International Law Department,  will be speaking on Wednesday, March 21 at MIT Security Studies Program. The presentation is titled "Maritime Power and Law of the Sea," based upon his book of the same title published by Oxford university Press. The presentation analyzes the role of international law in shaping perceptions and strategy of littoral power projection. This will be open to the public. More information is available on the MIT Security Studies Program website.


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Professor Thomas Sass, Joint Military Operations, wrote the sixth chapter for a recently published book entitled “Special Operations Forces: A National Capability.” The title of Professor Sass’ chapter is “Finding the Right Balance: Special Operations Forces as an Economy of Force Capability.”

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From U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs
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