9:00 The Risk and Regulation of Deepwater Offshore Drilling with Alexander MacDonald, Cox & Palmer; James Coan, Rice University’s Baker Institute in Houston; David Longly Bernhardt (Wilson Center)

12:00 Social Security, Ponzi Schemes, and the Need for Reform with Michael D. Tanner, Cato Institute; Robert A. Levy, Cato Institute (Cato Institute)

2:00 How Mobile Technology is Reshaping the Global Landscape with Darrell M. West, Brookings; Allan A. Friedman, Brookings (Brookings)

2:00 Sharing Risk in a World of Dangers and Opportunities: U.S. Development Finance Tools with Senator Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senator (R-GA); John J. Hamre, CSIS; Elizabeth Littlefield, OPIC; Daniel F. Runde, U.S. Leadership in Development; William A. Schreyer, CSIS; Mildred O. Callear, Small Enterprise Assistance Fund; Benjamin Hubbard, USAID; Robert Mosbacher, OPIC; Leocadia I. Zak, USTDA; Terry Wyer, CSIS (CSIS)

4:00 Into Harm’s Way: The Story of the West Point Class of 1967 with James Carafano, Heritage (Heritage Foundation)

4:00 Activism to End Gender-based Violence: Beyond the 16 Days with Amar Bakshi, World Producer of CNN.com; Colin Gray, Co-director of “Meena”; Holly Burkhalter, International Justice Mission; Ruchira Gupta, Apne Aap International; Sohini Chatterjee, U.S. Agency for International Development; Tim Mulvey, U.S. Department of State (Wilson Center)

4:00 Diplomatic Secrecy in the 19th Century with Aaron Marrs, US Department of State; Peter Cozzens, Special Assistant to the Historian of the Department of State; William B. McAllister, the State Department Office of the Historian (Wilson Center)