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Connecting People and Ideas for Integrated Development

International Speakers Forum - 2010 Series

  • Collaboration or Consultation? The roles of Civil Society and Parliaments in Trade Policy, Holly Jarman, Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, March 24
  • Developing Socialist Rule of Law in China, Haibo Li, CID Fellow and Graduate Student in the Department of Public Administration, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, April 7
  • Three Strategies for Legislative Development, Robert Nakamura, CID Senior Fellow and Department of Political Science and Public Affairs Professor, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, April 28
  • War, Legitimacy, and State-Building in Afghanistan and Iraq, Steve Pampinella, CID Research Fellow, June 30
  • Religion in the Secular World of Development: A Reflection on Roles and Opportunities, David Guinn, Senior Associate, Sept. 8
  • Lessons Learned on Legislative Strengthening in Latin America, Reg Todd, international development expert with nearly two decades of experience as COP of USAID democracy and governance programs, including 8 years in troubled regions. Areas of special expertise include legislative strengthening, decentralization and municipal governance, and economic development.
  • Democratic Development in the Southern Cone, Gianfranco Pasquino, full professor of political science at University of Bologna, Oxford fellow, former Senator in the Italian Senate, professor at Johns Hopkins University (Bologna center), Visiting Fellow at the Italian Academy, Columbia University in New York City, April 6, 2010
  • Legislative Leadership of Governance Reform:  The Kenya Parliament’s Contribution to Kenya’s Governance Reform, Patrick Gichohi, Clerk of the Kenya National Assembly, Nov. 4, 2010