In Case You Missed It: December Virtual Events from the Naval War College

Jan 7, 2021

These December 2020 events hosted by the U.S. Naval War College are now available for replay:

NWC Professor Tim Shultz presented “”Humans vs Machines: Frameworks, Fusions, Fears & Frontiers” at the seventh lecture in the Issues in National Security Lecture Series. Watch >

U.S. Naval War College students, faculty, and staff were invited to participate in the 79th Pearl Harbor Commemoration Ceremony on December 7, 2020. The ceremony highlighted the enduring, essential friendship between the United States and Japan. Watch >

NWC Professor John Jackson presented “Robots that Swim, Fly, and Crawl” at the eighth lecture in the Issues in National Security Lecture Series. Watch >

The NWC and Stockton Center presented a three-part ‘Disruptive Technologies and International Law’ conference series where field experts explored international law and multi-domain warfare. 

Part One: Watch >

Part Two: Watch >

Part Three: Watch >

The Naval War College distance education program hosted at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, California held it’s December 10, 2020 virtual graduation ceremony. This program allows select military and civilian students attending NPS to earn a diploma from the NWC. Watch >

NWC Professor Peter Dombrowski presented a conversation with Alexander Cooley and Daniel Nexon examining their novel, “Exiting from Hegemony: The Transformation of American-led Order” and relevant issues related to the upcoming presidential transition in the NWC Lecture of Opportunity Series. Watch >

Doctor Tim Winter from the University of Western Australia discusses “Geopolitical Futures and China’s ‘Revival’ of the Silk Roads for the 21st Century” which examines how China is using history to act in space and access geography in the NWC Lecture of Opportunity Series. Watch > 

Craig Bruce Smith from the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies explores “American Honor: The Creation of the Nation’s Ideals During the Revolutionary Era” which highlights the meanings of the terms virtue, honor, and ethics during the French and Indian War through the War of 1812 in the NWC Lecture of Opportunity Series. Watch >

The U.S. Naval War College Distance of Education Quarterly Graduation Ceremony was held on December 17, 2020. Watch >

Evan Wilson from the NWC John B. Hattendorf Center for Maritime Historical Research was joined by New York Times writer Ian Urbina as they discussed Urbina’s latest book, “The Outlaw Ocean” in the NWC Lecture of Opportunity Series. This novel highlights many of Urbina’s stories that were published in the Times as he traveled around the world and explored offshore crimes, stowaways, illegal fishing, sea slavery, and more. Watch >


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