Final National Security Lecture This Series — Rescheduled for 19 December
The National Security Lecture Series is a collaborative effort of the Joint Warfare Analysis Center, the UMW Dahlgren Campus, UMW faculty members and the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Council. The Fall 2013 lectures, the fourth series, provide regional military, government and industry representatives with current information and key insights related to global events that impact national security.
The lectures are held in University Hall. Light refreshments are provided. Registration is requested — please click here to register. Note: If you registered previously for Dr. Waldner’s lecture, it is not necessary to register again. There is no cost, and the lectures are open to the public.
|U.S. Foreign Policy Interests in Syria and National Security Implications||David Waldner, Ph.D., Associate Professor, UVa Department of Politics (bio)||This lecture will cover three main themes: first, the origins and dynamics of the Syrian revolution and civil war; second, the likelihood that a U.S. or multilateral intervention would resolve the conflict and create a stable political system; and third, the implications of the Syrian conflict for U.S. national security interests in the region.||Thurs. 19 Dec.(refreshments starting at 8am, and lecture begins promptly at 8:30am)||click here|
- The Dahlgren Campus will be closed December 23, 2013-January 3, 2014, for the University of Mary Washington’s Winter Recess. The University will reopen on Monday, January 6.