Why Intelligence Estimates Are Often Wrong

Our next event will be a conversation with Prof. Robert Jervis from SIPA. He is an expert on international security. and will give a talk on "Why Intelligence Estimates Are Often Wrong" on Friday May 16, 2014 from 18 - 19:45The talk will be moderated by James Bone (JRN, SIPA 1985) and hosted by James and his wife, Sebnem Senyener (JRN 1986) at their home on via Frattina 48 in Rome. 
This event will be limited to 20 members and we will be asking for a €10 contribution for the aperitivo which will accompany the event. For those planning to attend and those of you who already signed up, please confirm (or re-confirm) your interest with an email to Gail Soffer (GSAS 1989) who is coordinating this event: [email protected]


May 16, 2014 at 6:00pm - 9pm

Via Frattina 48 in Rome.


Gail Soffer

Will you come?

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