Past Speakers

Thomas MacAdams Deford

Thomas MacAdams Deford, President, Mid-Coast Forum on Foreign Relations

Amy Hawthorne

Amy Hawthorne, Associate in Democracy and the Rule of Law Project at The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a Specialist in Arab Politics

Geoffrey Bindman

Geoffrey Bindman, British Lawyer Specializing in Civil Liberty and Human Rights Issues: Visiting Professor of Law at University College, London

Omar Sheikhmous

Omar Sheikhmous, Senior Editor, Kurdish Service,
VOA, Lecturer and Researcher at Stockholm University, Sweden

Matthew Kahane

Matthew Kahane, Resident Representative, United
Nations Development Program in Tajikistan

John Buell

John Buell, Political Econmoist, Columnist for
the Bangor Daily News

Kwangchool Lee

Kwangchool Lee, Korean Broadcasting System,
Washington, D.C. Nieman Fellow 1999-2000)

Nieman Fellows Weekend

Nieman Fellows Weekend: Journalists from
Bulgaria, China, Israel, Guatemala, Canada, Rwanda, Mexico, Denmark, Zimbabwe, Korea, South Africa, Sri Lanka

Derk Kinnane-Roelofsma

Derk Kinnane-Roelofsma, Writer/Editor at UPI

Francesco Duina

Francesco Duina, Assistant Professor, Department
of Sociology, Bates College

Patrice Franko

Patrice Franko, Professor of Economics and
International Studies, Colby College

Patrice Franko

Patrice Franko, Professor of Economics and International Studies, Colby College

Frank Langfitt

Frank Langfitt, Former Beijing Bureau Chief for the Baltimore Sun (Nieman Fellow)

Upcoming Speakers

  • Monday, December 17, 2018
    Kyle Parker
    Topic: The Magnitsky Act and its Impact
  • Monday, January 21, 2019
    Stephen Platt
    Topic: How China's Nineteenth Century Shapes its Present and Future
  • Monday, February 11, 2019
    Charles Sennott
    Topic: The Threat Against Journalists
  • Monday, March 18, 2019
    Alan Makovsky
    Topic: Turkey: Where Does This Lead?
  • Monday, May 13, 2019
    Gregory Gause
    Topic: Saudi Arabia: Reliable Ally?

Past Speakers