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Round Tables
Biographies of all the Co-Chairs: To Be Published in October 2015
Conference Reader: To Be Published in October 2015
 
1.   North America
 
Separate but Unequal: Do Race, Gender and Class Still Limit Opportunity?”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs:  Dr. Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Dr. Paul Solman
Table Mentor: MAJ Nathan Strickland
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2.   South America
 
“Social, Economic, and Political inequality in South America.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
​Co-Chairs:  Dr. Virginia M. Bouvier,  Dr. Patricio Navia
Table Mentor: MAJ Patrick Kriz
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3.   Europe
 
“Common Defense, Uncommon Approach: The imbalance of NATO members' security policies and perceptions of threat.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Margaret Crosby-Arnold, Ambassador (Ret.) Lawrence Butler  
Table Mentor: MAJ Thomas Burns
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4.   Russia
 
The Bear's Matryoshka: Power, Democracy, Equality and Decline.
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Marlene Laruelle, Dr. Nikolas K. Gvosdev  
Table Mentor: Dr. Aaron Brantly
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5.   Middle East
 
“The Trouble With Democracy:  Prospects for Equality in the Middle East with the Rising Popularity of Islamism.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Valentine M. Moghadam, Dr. Douglas A. Ollivant  
​Table Mentor: CPT John Couch
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6.   Africa
 
The Inverse Care Law: Inequity in Health Status and Access to Health Care in Africa.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo,  Colonel James Hentz, PhD 
Table Mentor: MAJ Bonnie Kovatch
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7.   China 
 
Rebalance: Confronting Power Inequalities in the Peoples' Republic of China.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Ming Xia, Major Ryan Sullivan  
Table Mentor: MAJ Mary McGovney
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8.   Asymmetric Warfare
 
Go Goliath! America, Light Footprints, and the Challenge of Asymmetric Warfare.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs:  Dr. Ivan Arreguin-Toft, Colonel (Ret.) Johnny Brooks
Table Mentor: MAJ Cole Pinheiro
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9.   Cyber Warfare 
 
“Cooperation Under the Cybersecurity Dilemma.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Andrew L. Ross, Dr. Martin Libicki  
Table Mentor: MAJ Shawn Lonergan
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10.   Global Economic Inequality 
 
“The Economic, Political, and Social Implications of International Trade.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Hai-Anh H. Dang, Dr. Nick Galasso  
Table Mentor: Dr. Dean Dudley
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11.   Climate Change & Environmental Degradation
 
“Let Them Eat Carbon Credits: The Outsized Effects of Climate Change on the Global Poor, and the Exploitation of Efforts.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Ruth Greenspan Bell, Dr. Ann Florini  
Table Mentor: MAJ Corbett Baxter
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12.   Democratization 
 
“The Uneven Spread of Democracy: An Assessment of Global Trends.”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Markus M. L. Crepaz, Mr. Scott Mastic
Table Mentor: Dr. Thomas Sherlock
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13.   Responsibility to Protect 
 
The Responsibility to Protect: Perspectives and Political Challenges of Intervention.” 
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. James Waller, Mr. Sarwar A. Kashmeri  
Table Mentor: MAJ Chad Fitzgerald
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14.   Civil-Military Relations
 
“The Military as a Mirror: Should the Military be Representative of Society?”
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Mr. Richard Hoffman, Colonel (Ret) Don Snider, PhD
Table Mentor: MAJ Thomas Garner
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15.   Demographics
 
"Of Populations and Power: Demography, the Rise of the BRICs, and U.S. National Security."
 
Paper to be published in October 2015.
Co-Chairs: Dr. Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue,  Colonel (Ret) William Raymond, PhD 
Table Mentor: Dr. Hugh Liebert
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Round Tables

  1. North America
  2. South America
  3. Europe
  4. Russia
  5. Middle East
  6. Africa
  7. China
  8. Asymmetric Warfare
  9. Cyber Warfare
  10. Global Economic Inequality
  11. Climate Change & Environmental Degradation
  12. Democratization
  13. Responsibility to Protect/ Intervention
  14. Civil-Military Relations
  15. Demographics