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The Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professorship @ UNC Chapel Hill Presents the lecture series “The U.S. in World Affairs: the Cold War and Beyond” and the “Ambassadors Forum” All the talks take place at UNC Chapel Hill, Hamilton Hall, Room 569, except when noted. All lectures can be viewed on our you tube channel – www.youtube.com/KrasnoUNC FALL 2013 Thursday, September 12, at 4.00pm: Prof. Richard H. Kohn (UNC Chapel Hill): “Six Myths about Civil-Military Relations in the United States” Tuesday, September 17, at 4.00pm: Ambassador Frank Wisner (Washington, DC): “The United States and the Crisis in the Middle East” (Mandela Auditorium, Fed Ex building, 5.30pm) TO BE CONFIRMED: Tue., Oct. 1 or Wed., Oct. 2 at c. 1.00pm: EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs & European Commission Vice-President Lady Catherine Ashton and/or EU Ambassador Vale de Almeida: “The EU in World Affairs: the Euro Crisis, transatlantic relations, and beyond” (Mandela Auditorium, Fed Ex building) Tuesday, October 8, at 4.00pm: Prof. Martin J. Sherwin (George Mason University, Fairfax, VA): “Gambling with Armageddon: the Cuban Missile Crisis from Hiroshima to Havana” Tuesday, October 22, at 4.00pm: Prof. David Painter (Georgetown University, Washington, DC): “Oil & Politics: the Oil Crises of the 1970s and Beyond” Thursday, November 14, at 4.00pm: Prof. Thomas A. Schwartz (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN): “Rock Star Diplomacy: Henry Kissinger, the Media, and the Politics of American Foreign Policy” Tuesday, November 19, at 4.00pm: Prof. Carolyn Eisenberg (Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY): “Nixon, Kissinger & the National Security State: Cold War Lessons for the post-Cold War World” For further information contact the organizer Prof. Klaus Larres - firstname.lastname@example.org --