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Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University
 War Games

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 Moderator: Peter Dombrowski, Watson Institute and Naval War College


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Peter Dombrowski is an associate professor in the U.S. Naval War College's Strategic Research Department. He has published research on international relations, global finance, foreign economic policymaking and international assistance to the postcommunist transition. Dombrowski's publications include Policy Responses to the Globalization of American Banks (1996) and various articles most recently "Pax Vobiscum Clausewitz: The Changing Faces of War" in Culture et Conflits (2000, with Richard Mansbach). He is also the coeditor of International Studies Quarterly.
 Moderator: Andrew Horesh, Brown University
Andrew Horesh is a senior at Brown University, concentrating in international relations and the history of art. He is currently coeditor-in-chief of the Brown Journal of World Affairs. Horesh is researching new media and its connections with the recent U.S. led war with Iraq.
 James F. Dunnigan, The Strategy Page


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James F. Dunnigan is an author of books on wargaming, military affairs, technology, and history. Dunnigan began to develop wargames more than 35 years ago, starting his first game publishing company in the late 1960s. Ten years later, he wrote The Complete Wargames Handbook and How to Make War. Dunnigan collaborated with Ray Macedonia to re-establish wargaming at the Army War College, and is a member of STRICOM's (the Army's wargame development operation) Technical Advisory Board.
 Col. Jay C. Farrar, USMC (Ret.)


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Col. Jay C. Farrar is a former Department of Defense (DOD) deputy assistant secretary for legislative affairs with active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps for over 22 years. An expert on national security, homeland security, export controls, and international trade, Farrar is now a military analyst and vice president for external relations at CSIS, where he is the primary liaison with Congress, the Executive Branch, foreign embassies, and the media. From 1998-1999, Farrar was director of legislative affairs for the National Security Council (NSC).
 Kenneth Watman, Naval War College


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Kenneth Watman is the chair of the War Gaming Department at the Naval War College's Center for Naval Warfare Studies. Watman has worked at the RAND Corporation and the Office of the Secretary of Defense, as well as within the U.S. intelligence community. He is the coauthor of several books, most recently U.S. Nuclear Declaratory Policy: The Question of Nuclear First Use and U.S. Regional Deterrence Strategies.
  

 

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