Organized by Richard Langhorne and Rey Koslowski
This colloquium series will examine the September 11th attacks and the US government response to them within a larger context of the processes of globalization, consider comparative perspectives offered by analysis of border control and homeland security initiatives in other countries and explore the prospect of international cooperation to provide security against terrorist attacks. additional background description
Working papers will be available in advance of the presentations.
Tuesday February 4 (5:00-7:00 PM)
"Homeland Security and the Globalization of Border Controls"
Rey Koslowski, Associate Professor of Political Science, Rutgers Univ.
Tuesday March 25 (5:00-7:00 PM)
“Bringing Borders Back: Policing Clandestine Transnational Actors”paper
Peter Andreas, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Brown University
Monday April 7 (5:00-7:00 PM)
(Rescheduled from Tuesday April 1)
"End of the Joyride: Confronting the New Homeland Security Imperative in the Age of Globalization"paper
Stephen Flynn, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow in National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Tuesday April 15 (5:00-7:00 PM)
"Global Foreign Direct Investment Linkages--Cyclical Slowdown or Structural Retreat?" background paper
Joseph P. Quinlan, Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H.Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
Wednesday April 23 (5:00-7:00 PM)
"Will Reorganization Make Americans Safer? Prospects for the Department of Homeland Security"
M. [Mac] Destler, Professor, School of Public Affairs, University
of Maryland and Visiting Fellow, Institute for International Economics,
Thursday May 1 (5:00-7:00)
Response to 11 September 2001:
Bases for Action, Performance and Limits paper
Jorg Monar, Professor and Co-Director of the Sussex European Institute, Sussex University. UK
Sessions will be held in the Provost Conference Room adjacent to the Center for Global Change and Governance, 5th floor of the Center for Law and Justice Building.123 Washington Street, Newark NJ 07102.
RSVP to Desiree Gordon at 973-353-5585