9:00 Trans-Atlanticism in Transition: A Focus on Central-East Europe with Janusz Bugajski, CSIS; Sharon Fisher, Global Insight; Simon Serfaty, CSIS; Stephen Flanagan, CSIS; Stephen Larrabee, RAND; Simonas Satunas, Embassy of Lithuania; Robert Kron, CEPA; Adrian Basora, Atlantic Council; Kurt Volker, SAIS; Heather Conley, CSIS; Marie Yovanovitch, U.S. Department of State (CSIS)

9:00 Religion in the Social Transition of Contemporary China (Day 2) with Douglas G. Spelman, Kissinger Institute; Zhuo Xinping, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Zhang Shoudong, China University of Political Science and Law; J. Gordon Melton, Institute for the Study of American Religion; Zheng Xiaoyun, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Clement Wang, Asia Research Center Foundation; W. Cole Durham, Jr., Brigham Young University Law School; Xu Yi Hua, Fudan University; André Laliberté, Ottawa University; Chou Fu Chu, National Central University (Wilson Center)

9:15 Plus Ça Change: Israel-Palestine After September at the U.N. with Yossi Alpher, Tel Aviv University; Robert Malley, International Crisis Group; Nadia Bilbassy, MBC TV; Jonathan Guyer, New America Foundation (New America)

10:00 The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Pivotal 2011 National Elections with Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings; Maria Otero, U.S. Department of State; Mvemba P. Dizolele, Hoover Institution; Anthony W. Gambino, Democratic Republic of Congo; John Mukum Mbaku, Brookings (Brookings)

12:00 The Israeli Domestic Scene after the “Spring,” “Summer,” and “September” with Galia Golan, Hebrew University (Wilson Center)

12:00 Iran: Domestic Change and Global Presence with Barbara Slavin, USA Today; Kent Hughes, Program on America and the Global Economy and Wilson Center on the Hill; Michael Adler, Public Policy Scholar (Wilson Center)

12:00 Is Islam Compatible with the Free Market? with Mustafa Akyol, author; Kris Mauren, Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty; Ian Vasquez, Cato Institute (Cato)

12:00 Frédéric Bastiat: Campaigner for Free Trade, Political Economist, and Politician in a Time of Revolution with David Hart, author of The Collected Works of Frédéric Bastiat, Vol. 1 (Liberty Fund, 2011); Jason Kuznicki, editor of Cato Unbound (Cato)

12:00 Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department with J. Christian Adams, author; Hans von Spakovsky, Heritage (Heritage)

2:00 Public Opinion Polls as a Political Institution in Taiwan and the Upcoming Presidential Election with Dr. Ho Szu-yin, National Chengchi University (Stimson Center )