9:30 IEA’s Medium-Term Coal Market Report 2011 with Didier Houssin, IEA; Laszlo Varro, IEA (CSIS)

9:30 Women Leaders and Emerging Leaders: A Force Multiplier (Woodrow Wilson Center)

10:00 Foresight Africa: The Continent’s Top Priorities for 2012 with Her Excellency Amina Ali Ambassador, African Union Mission to the United States; Jennifer Cooke, CSIS; Mwangi S. Kimenyi, Africa Growth Initiative; Bruce Wharton, U.S. Department of State (Brookings)

12:00 The Arab Spring: One Year On with Walter Russell Mead, Bard College; Samuel Tadros, Hudson; Kurt Werthmuller, Hudson; Nina Shea, Hudson (Hudson)

12:00 Putting Adolescent Mothers on the Development Agenda with Leila Hessini, Ipas; Sadia Afroze Chowdhury, The World Bank; Jennifer Redner; International Women’s Health Coalition (Woodrow Wilson Center)

12:30 The New Hampshire Primary Results with Thomas Mann, Brookings (Brookings)

12:00 After New START: Next Round? with Ambassador Henry Cooper, Former Director, Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO), George H.W. Bush Administration; Mark Schneider, National Institute for Public Policy (Heritage)

12:15 Reframing U.S. Strategy in a Turbulent World: American Spring? with Charles Kupchan, Georgetown University and Council on Foreign Relations; Rosa Brooks, Georgetown University Law Center and New America Foundation; Tom Perriello, Center for American Progress Action Fund; Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University; Michael Tomasky, Newsweek/The Daily Beast; Steve Clemons, The Atlantic and New America Foundation (New America Foundation)

1:00 Principles of Internet Governance: An Agenda for Economic Growth and Innovation with Darrell M. West, Brookings; Daniel J. Weitzner, Executive Office of the President; Karen Kornbluh, OECD; Lawrence E. Strickling, U.S. Department of Commerce; Robert Boorstin, Google; Kathy Brown, Verizon; Mark Cooper, Consumer Federation of America (Brookings)

4:00 A Discussion with Genaro Garcia Luna, Secretary of Public Security in Mexico (Woodrow Wilson Center)