Responding to the Global Energy Challenge: Technology, Policy, and Security
"The Energy Emergency: National Security, Climate Change, and Global Poverty"
Michael A. Levi; Senior Fellow for Energy and Environment, Council on Foreign Relations
"Balancing Growth and Sustainability: Brazil and the Challenges of Large Developing Economies"
Paulo Sotero; Director of the Brazil Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center
"Science, Politics, and the Global Search for Alternative Energy"
Dr. Steven Koonin; Under Secretary for Science, U.S. Department of Energy
"The Energy Industry's Search for Greener Power"
Jim Rogers; President and CEO, Duke Energy
Principles, Power and the Future of America Leadership
"The Values that Can Fix American Foreign Policy"
Samantha Power; Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author/Journalist and Human Rights Activist
"U.S. Foreign Policy and Nation Building"
Andrew Natsios; Distinguished Professor in Practice of Diplomacy, Georgetown University
"Environmental Stress, Security and American Leadership"
Dr. Thomas Homer-Dixon; Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Toronto
"Do We Want to Be the New Rome?"
Dr. Richard N. Haass; President, Council on Foreign Relations
Determining Our Destinies: Indigenous Peoples in a Changing World
Alejandro Argumedo; Director, Quechua-Aymara Association for Sustainable Livelihoods (ANDES)
Walter Echo-Hawk; Senior Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund (NARF)
Leah Enkiwe-Abayao; Research Associate, Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples' International Centre for Policy Research and Education)
Paul Knight; Executive Director, Tranby Aboriginal College
Lucy Mulenkei; Chair of the African Indigenous Women's Organization (AIWO) and Executive Director of the Indigenous Information Network (IIN)
Virginia Nazarea; Professor of Anthropology and Director, Ethnoecology and Biodiversity Lab, University of Georgia
Irma Alicia Velazquez Nimatuj; Executive Director of the Support Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples
Robert Rhoades; Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Sustainable Human Ecosystems Laboratory, University of Georgia
National Interests/Global Challenges: Prosperity, Security and Sovereignty in the 21st Century
"The Exhaustion of Sovereignty"
Stephen Krasner; Professor of International Relations, Stanford University
"Global Trade and Economic Interests"
Thea Lee; Policy Director and Chief International Economist at the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky; Former US Trade Representative and current Senior International Partner at Wilmer, Cutler and Pickering
"Trade, Sovereignty, and the Challenges of Development"
Dr. Kwesi Botchwey; Executive Chairman, African Development Policy Ownership Initiative
"Preemption, Deterrence and the Politics of Alliances"
Kurt Campbell; Senior Vice-President and Director of International Security, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Radek Sikorski; Resident Fellow and Executive Director of the New Atlantic Initiative, American Enterprise Institute
"The Next Security Crisis: Global Threats and US Foreign Policy"
Dr. Fareed Zakaria; Editor, Newsweek International
"Managing the Commons: The Global Politics of Sustainable Development"
Stephen Mills; Director of International Affairs, Sierra Club
Kathryn Washburn; Director of International Affairs, US Department of the Interior
"Can We Save the World without the US? The Future of Global Environmental Governance"
David Runnalls; President and Chief Executive Officer, International Institute for Sustainable Development