9:30 Improving Health Systems Through a Maternal Health Framework: A Live Conversation with Kenyan Field Workers and Policymakers. (Woodrow Wilson Center)

10:00 U.S. Defense Spending and East Asian Security with Michael Green, Georgetown University; Mike Mochizuki, George Washington University; Jonathan Pollack, Brookings; Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings (Brookings)

12:00 Islam Without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty with Mustafa Akyol, journalist; Jennifer Marshall, Heritage Foundation (Heritage Foundation)

12:00 The Postal Service’s Dilemma with Jim Miller, Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service; Harold Furchtgott-Roth, Hudson Institute (Hudson Institute)

12:00 Counting Coup? Evolving Memories of August 1991 in Russia with Harley D. Balzer, Assistant Professor of History (Woodrow Wilson Center)

1:15 Will the Euro Survive? with Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Desmond Lachman, American Enterprise Institute; Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Center for Global Development, Antonio de Lecea, the EU Delegation to the United States; Uri Dadush, Carnegie Endowment (Carnegie Endowment)

2:00 Wireless Broadband and Economic Growth with Darrell M. West, Brookings; Dean Garfield, Information Technology Industry Council; John Irons, Economic Policy Institute; John Mayo, Georgetown University (Brookings)

2:30 Envisioning Business At Its Best: Next Generation Corporate Community Involvement with Margaret Coady, CECP; Lisa Neuberger-Fernandez, Accenture; Daniel F. Runde, CSIS (CSIS)

4:00 Congress’ Influence on Foreign Policy: For Better or Worse? with David McKean , John F. Kennedy Library Foundation; Donald Wolfensberger, Congress Project; Gail Russell Chaddock, The Christian Science Monitor; James M. Lindsay, the Council on Foreign Relations; John E. Sununu, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld (Woodrow Wilson Center)

4:00 The Contested Legacy of the Berlin Wall with Hope M. Harrison, GWU. Woodrow Wilson Center (Woodrow Wilson Center)

8:00 Miami Forum on Atlantic Media and the Environment with Reginald Dale, Transatlantic Media Network. CSIS (CSIS)