Roundtable: “Was Pius XII Really Hitler’s Pope?” Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce and the Newman Center, University of Kentucky, February 2000.
Commentator: “Haiti and Coercive Diplomacy,” U.S. Institute for Peace, Washington, DC, April, 2000.
Paper: “Democracy and Victory: Why Regime-type Doesn’t Matter,” Program on International Security Policy, Department of Political Science, University Chicago, March 2000.
Talk: “Civilian Control of the Military: The Changing Security Environment,” National Defense University, April 2000.
Talk: “Should the Military ‘Do Windows?” Humanitarian Intervention and American civil-Military Relations,” The John M. Olin Center for Inquiry Into the Theory and Practice of Democracy, University of Chicago, May 2000.
Convention: American Political Science Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC, September 2000.
Talk: “Immaculate Warfare and the Post-Vietnam Military’s Distrust of Civilian Leadership.”
Talk: “Why MOUT Now?” Conference on Military Operations in an Urban Environment: Lessons from the Past for Current Doctrine and Future Policy, Ft. Knox, KY, September 2000. Conference Organizer.
Conference: “Principle and Prudence in Early American Foreign Policy,” The Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, IN, September, 2000.
Paper: “Democracy and Victory? Why Regime Type Doesn’t Matter (Very Much),” Belfar Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, October 2000.