9:00 Cyber Defense: International Cooperation and Deterrence with Dr. Mart Laar,Minister of Defense, Estonia; Mr. William J. Lynn III, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense (CSIS)

10:00 China’s Rise and International Order with Yan Xuetong, Tsinghua University; Douglas H. Paal, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP)

12:00 Will Economic Disruption Derail the Arab Spring? with Masood Ahmed, IMF; Caroline Freund, World Bank; Robert Hormats, Energy, and Agricultural Affairs; Marina Ottaway, Carnegie; Uri Dadush, Carnegie (CEIP)

12:00 The Arab Spring and its Impact on the Situation in Africa and Russian-U.S. Bilateral Cooperation in the Region with Mikhail Margelov, Committee for Foreign Affairs (Wilson Center)

12:00 Measuring Progress: A Launch and Discussion of the World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Report 2011 with Jeni Klugman, The World Bank; Laura Liswood, Goldman Sachs; Saadia Zahid, World Economic Forum (Wilson Center)

12:00 The EU-brokered negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia: Challenges and Prospects with Jovan Teokarevic, University of Belgrade (Wilson Center)

12:30 Overlooked Causes of the Retirement Crisis with Ellen Schultz, The Wall Street Journal, Phyllis Borzi, Labor Employee Benefits Security Administration; Donald Fuerst, American Academy of Actuaries; Karen Ferguson, Pension Rights Center; Michael Calabrese, New America Foundation (New America Foundation)

3:00 China’s Threatened Waters: Video Series Screening and Discussion on Wetland Destruction and Other Vulnerable Waterways in China with Sean Gallagher, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and China Green; Zhao Zhong, Green Camel Bell (Wilson Center)

4:00 The Economics of the Civil Rights Revolution in the South with Gavin Wright, Stanford University (Wilson Center)

5:30 The American Future: The Case for Optimism with Arthur C. Brooks, AEI; John Podhoretz, The New York Post (AEI)