US Empire: Pax or Pox Americana?

February 27, 2004


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Antonia Chayes
Visiting Professor of International Politics and Law, The Fletcher School, Tufts University; Senior Advisor and Vice Chair, Conflict Management Group; Founding Member, ENDISPUTE; Chair, Project on Compliance and International Conflict Management, Program on Negotiation; former Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower, Reserve Affairs and Installations; former Under Secretary of the U.S. Air Force; Coauthor, Planning for Intervention: International Cooperation in Conflict Management

Thomas Donnelly
Resident Fellow, Defense and National Security, American Enterprise Institute; former Executive Editor, The National Interest; former Deputy Executive Director, Project for a New American Century; former Director, Policy Group, Committee on National Security, U.S. House of Representatives; Author, AEI's National Security Outlook, "U.S. Enters New, Expansive 'Proof of Primacy'", and Operation Just Cause

Amb. Patrick F. Kennedy
US Ambassador to the United Nations for Management and Reform; former chief of staff for Paul Bremer, Presidential Envoy to Iraq; Career Minister in the Foreign Service, former Executive Director and Deputy Executive Secretary, Executive Secretariat, and former Coordinator for the reorganization of the foreign affairs agencies, U.S. Department of State; former Counselor of Embassy for Administrative Affairs, Egypt

Amb. Kishore Mahbubani
Permanent Representative of Singapore to the United Nations; Civil Servant and Career Diplomat, Singapore Foreign Service, his overseas postings have included Cambodia (during the war, in 1973-74), Malaysia, the United States and the United Nations; former President, Security Council, United Nations; former Dean, Civil Service College, Singapore; Author, America and the World (forthcoming) and Can Asians Think?

Joseph Nye
Don K. Price Professor of Public Policy and Dean of the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, U.S. Department of Defense; former Deputy to the Undersecretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology; former Chair, National Security Council Group on Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons; Author, Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics (forthcoming) and The Paradox of American Power: Why the World's Only Superpower Can't Go It Alone

Amb. Pierre Schori
Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Sweden; Chair, United Nations Committee for Parliamentarians for Global Action; Chair, Olof Palme Memorial Fund; former Permanent Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Minister for International Development Cooperation, Deputy Foreign Minister for Cooperation with Central and Eastern Europe, and Minister for International Development Cooperation, Migration and Asylum Policy, Sweden; Author, Can the United Nations Manage the New Era?

Julia Clark and Rodrigo de Haro
EPIIC Colloquium