Webinar: “Results of a Survey of APSIA Deans and Chairs of Top 50 Political Science Departments,” Association of Professional School of International Affairs, New York, NY, January 2017.
Talk: “What Will Trump Fight For?” Navy ROTC, Naval Leadership Weekend, Notre Dame, IN, February 2017.
Hesburgh Lecture: “What Will Trump Fight For?” The Notre Dame Club of St. Louis, MO, March 2017.
Panel: “Decadal Survey of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Applications to National Security,” National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, DC, March 2017. Presentation: “The Relevance Question: The Professionalization of Political Science and the Waxing and Waning of Security Studies.”
Hesburgh Lecture: “What Will Trump Fight For?” The Notre Dame Club of Ann Arbor, MI, April 2017.
Committee on International Relations Honored Speaker: Summer Degree Celebration, Division of the Social Sciences, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, August 2017.
Hesburgh Lecture: “What Will Trump Fight For?” The Notre Dame Club of San Diego, CA, September 2017.
Keynote: “Nobody Loves a Realist So Some Want to Blame It for Liberalism’s Faults While Others Want to Redefine it As Liberalism” and Panelist: “Achieving Positive Change,” Understanding American Liberty and American Interests in the 21st Century, Institute for Humane Studies, San Francisco, CA, August 2017.
Ira C. Eaker Distinguished Lecture on National Defense Policy: “Why America’s Liberal Militarism Is Bad for the U.S. Military (As Well As the Rest of Us),” United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, May 2017.
Hesburgh Lecture: “What Will Trump Fight For?” The Notre Dame Club of San Jose/Silicon Valley, CA, January 2017.
Convention: Midwest Political Science Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, April 2017. Chair: “The Uses and Abuses of U.S. Foreign Policy Doctrines.”
Book Manuscript Workshop: Jacqueline Hazelton, “Governing By Violence: Success in Counterinsurgency Warfare,” Belfer Center for Science and International Security, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, March 2017.
Convention: International Studies Association, Baltimore, MD, February 2017. Roundtable: “Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy,” Member. Panel: “Social Media in IR: Challenges and Opportunities.” Paper: “Narrowing the Academic-Policy Gap: Will Blogging Do the Trick?” (With Paul C. Avey and Steven L. Wilson). Roundtable: “The Enduring Relevance Question in Contemporary International Relations,” Chair and Member. Panel: “Military Technologies in 21st Century International Security: Causes, Consequences and Crises,” Chair.