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 Spring 2013 lectures, the third 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 at the UMW Dahlgren Campus in University Hall. Refreshments are served one-half hour prior to the start times of the lectures which begin promptly. There is no cost, and the lectures are open to the public. Registration is requested.
TO REGISTER for the final lecture this spring, Political Islam and the Arab Spring, scheduled on Thursday, May 30, please click here.
|Political Islam and the Arab Spring||
Ranjit Singh, Ph.D., Associate Professor, UMW Political Science and International Affairs Department
|Thursday, May 30, 8-10am||This lecture will describe and assess the gains made and challenges faced by key Islamic parties and movements since the onset of the Arab Spring. Their agendas, electoral performance and relations with other political groups will be stressed. (Note: refreshments for this lecture will be available at 8am. The lecture will begin at 8:30am and end at 10am.)||Click here to register|