4 Upcoming Events

The Judge Film Poster

The Judge Film

Special Series - Open to the Public

The Judge – film and discussion

Mon., Oct. 22, 2018 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Harvard Law School

Location: Wasserstein Hall, Room 1019, Harvard Law School

Film screening of The Judge and discussion with the film’s Director, Erika Cohn, and Palestine legal historian Professor Elizabeth Brownson (University of Wisconsin Parkside), moderated by ILSP: LSC Faculty Director Professor Kristen Stilt.

Sponsored by the Islamic Legal Studies Program: Law and Social Change as part of the Human Rights, Justice, and Accountability in the Muslim World Film Series.

Co-Sponsored by the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, the Religious Literacy Project at the Harvard Divinity School, the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, the Julis-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law, and HLS Advocates for Human Rights.

Dinner will be served.

Robert Richer

The Cipher Brief

Seminar - Harvard Faculty, Fellows, Staff, and Students

"Shifting Sands and Strategic Relationships in the Middle East: An Insider's Perspecetive"

Wed., Oct. 24, 2018 | 12:00pm - 1:15pm

1 Brattle Square - Room 350

The Intelligence Project an Saudi & GCC Security Project will host a lunch seminar with Robert Richer, on Wednesday, October 24th from 12:00-1:15pm in the One Brattle Sq 350 Conference Room. 

Lunch will be provided. Admission will be on a first come, first served basis. Please RSVP below. 

Jake Sullivan

GLG

Seminar - Open to the Public

Jake Sullivan: Where are the Democrats Headed on Foreign Policy?

Tue., Oct. 30, 2018 | 4:15pm - 5:45pm

John F. Kennedy School of Government - Littauer Building, Malkin Penthouse, 4th Floor

Democrats are not just debating Trump on foreign policy, they are debating each other on big questions - the size and posture of the US military, the role of human rights and democracy, the terms and purposes of future trade agreements, the shape of competition with China and Russia, and the fundamental issue of whether the US should continue to seek a global leadership role. How will this debate play out as we head toward 2020?

Professor Nicholas Burns will moderate the discussion.