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A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

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7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Au Bon Pain

7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Axinn Library Café

8 a.m.-midnight

Starbucks Café on the Quad

7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

For a complete schedule of events celebrating Hofstra’s 75th anniversary, please visit hofstra.edu/75

Café Bistro at Bits ‘n’ Bytes Memorial Hall

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Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency

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Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency and the Hofstra Cultural Center present

A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance Thursday, October 21, 2010

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his symposium evaluates American presidential The San Francisco Conference Signing of the United Nations Charter, 26 June, 1965 leadership at the United Nations from 1945 to the present. Sixty-five years after the creation of this unique international organization in the final months of World War II, an evaluation of its achievements and challenges from the perspective of the American presidency is both timely and necessary. The United States hosts the U.N., pays the largest share of its dues, and typically guides its agenda, particularly in matters of international peace and security. The president directs American foreign policy and therefore represents U.S. interests at the U.N. How do American presidents work through the U.N. to achieve their foreign policy goals, and what are the prospects for future cooperation in the 21st century? The first panel examines how the American public views the U.N. and how American institutions, namely, the president, Congress, and the executive branch, work with the international organization. The second panel evaluates how presidents pursue multilateral policy initiatives through the U.N. as well as proposals for U.N. reform that would promote executive interests there more effectively. The symposium concludes with a keynote address by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad and an analysis of the key policy issues and challenges for presidential leadership at the U.N. today, led by Kalikow Center Senior Presidential Fellows Howard B. Dean III and Edward J. Rollins.

9:15 a.m. WELCOME Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

Panelists “Rhetorical Constructions of Global Community: Presidents and the United Nations” Andrew Barnes, Georgia State University Mary Stuckey, Georgia State University

Bernard J. Firestone Dean, Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University Symposium Director

Symposium Coordinator: Athelene A. Collins Senior Associate Director Hofstra Cultural Center

Admission is free.

For further information, please contact the Hofstra Cultural Center at (516) 463-5669 or visit hofstra.edu/culture.

9:35-11 a.m. PANEL I: U.S. INSTITUTIONS AND THE UNITED NATIONS

Chair

Carolyn Eisenberg, Hofstra University

“Classifying the Changing Role of the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Presidential Policy Making” Meena Bose, Hofstra University “The Impact of Dues Withholding on the U.S.-U.N. Relationship” Courtney B. Smith, Seton Hall University “Failed Mediation: U Thant, the Johnson Administration, and the Vietnam War” Bernard J. Firestone, Hofstra University Discussant Stephen Schlesinger Century Foundation

26346:09/10

Symposium Director: Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

9 a.m.-Noon Registration and Coffee Lobby, Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

11:10 a.m.- PANEL II: 12:35 p.m. CHANGING THE U.S. ROLE IN THE UNITED NATIONS Chair

David Green, Hofstra University

Panelists “Bypassing the U.N.: Why Does the United States Sometimes Go It Alone?” Alex Thompson, Ohio State University “American Power and Principle, by Proxy: American Use of Military Force and the U.N.” Isaiah Wilson III, United States Military Academy at West Point “Why Embracing U.N. Security Council Expansion Will Benefit the U.S.” Paul Fritz, Hofstra University “Presidential Leadership and U.N. Activities to End Violence Against Women” Colleen Shogan Congressional Research Service Discussant 12:35-2 p.m.

Jay M. Parker, Georgetown University LUNCH (on your own)

2:20-4 p.m. PRESIDENTIAL GREETINGS Monroe Lecture Center Theater California Avenue, South Campus Stuart Rabinowitz President and Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professor of Law Hofstra University

INTRODUCTIONS Meena Bose

KEYNOTE SPEAKER followed by a conversation on PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP AT THE UNITED NATIONS Honorable Zalmay Khalilzad United States Ambassador to the United Nations, 2007-2009 United States Ambassador to Iraq, 2005-2007 United States Ambassador to Afghanistan, 2003-2005 Joseph G. Astman Distinguished Symposium Scholar Howard B. Dean III Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 2005-2009 Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University Edward J. Rollins Senior Political Analyst, CNN News Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University


Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency and the Hofstra Cultural Center present

A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance Thursday, October 21, 2010

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his symposium evaluates American presidential The San Francisco Conference Signing of the United Nations Charter, 26 June, 1965 leadership at the United Nations from 1945 to the present. Sixty-five years after the creation of this unique international organization in the final months of World War II, an evaluation of its achievements and challenges from the perspective of the American presidency is both timely and necessary. The United States hosts the U.N., pays the largest share of its dues, and typically guides its agenda, particularly in matters of international peace and security. The president directs American foreign policy and therefore represents U.S. interests at the U.N. How do American presidents work through the U.N. to achieve their foreign policy goals, and what are the prospects for future cooperation in the 21st century? The first panel examines how the American public views the U.N. and how American institutions, namely, the president, Congress, and the executive branch, work with the international organization. The second panel evaluates how presidents pursue multilateral policy initiatives through the U.N. as well as proposals for U.N. reform that would promote executive interests there more effectively. The symposium concludes with a keynote address by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad and an analysis of the key policy issues and challenges for presidential leadership at the U.N. today, led by Kalikow Center Senior Presidential Fellows Howard B. Dean III and Edward J. Rollins.

9:15 a.m. WELCOME Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

Panelists “Rhetorical Constructions of Global Community: Presidents and the United Nations” Andrew Barnes, Georgia State University Mary Stuckey, Georgia State University

Bernard J. Firestone Dean, Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University Symposium Director

Symposium Coordinator: Athelene A. Collins Senior Associate Director Hofstra Cultural Center

For further information, please contact the Hofstra Cultural Center at (516) 463-5669 or visit hofstra.edu/culture. Admission is free.

9:35-11 a.m. PANEL I: U.S. INSTITUTIONS AND THE UNITED NATIONS

Chair

Carolyn Eisenberg, Hofstra University

“Classifying the Changing Role of the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Presidential Policy Making” Meena Bose, Hofstra University “The Impact of Dues Withholding on the U.S.-U.N. Relationship” Courtney B. Smith, Seton Hall University “Failed Mediation: U Thant, the Johnson Administration, and the Vietnam War” Bernard J. Firestone, Hofstra University Discussant Stephen Schlesinger Century Foundation

26346:09/10

Symposium Director: Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

9 a.m.-Noon Registration and Coffee Lobby, Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

11:10 a.m.- PANEL II: 12:35 p.m. CHANGING THE U.S. ROLE IN THE UNITED NATIONS Chair

David Green, Hofstra University

Panelists “Bypassing the U.N.: Why Does the United States Sometimes Go It Alone?” Alex Thompson, Ohio State University “American Power and Principle, by Proxy: American Use of Military Force and the U.N.” Isaiah Wilson III, United States Military Academy at West Point “Why Embracing U.N. Security Council Expansion Will Benefit the U.S.” Paul Fritz, Hofstra University “Presidential Leadership and U.N. Activities to End Violence Against Women” Colleen Shogan Congressional Research Service Discussant 12:35-2 p.m.

Jay M. Parker, Georgetown University LUNCH (on your own)

2:20-4 p.m. PRESIDENTIAL GREETINGS Monroe Lecture Center Theater California Avenue, South Campus Stuart Rabinowitz President and Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professor of Law Hofstra University

INTRODUCTIONS Meena Bose

KEYNOTE SPEAKER followed by a conversation on PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP AT THE UNITED NATIONS Honorable Zalmay Khalilzad United States Ambassador to the United Nations, 2007-2009 United States Ambassador to Iraq, 2005-2007 United States Ambassador to Afghanistan, 2003-2005 Joseph G. Astman Distinguished Symposium Scholar Howard B. Dean III Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 2005-2009 Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University Edward J. Rollins Senior Political Analyst, CNN News Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University


Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency and the Hofstra Cultural Center present

A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance Thursday, October 21, 2010

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his symposium evaluates American presidential The San Francisco Conference Signing of the United Nations Charter, 26 June, 1965 leadership at the United Nations from 1945 to the present. Sixty-five years after the creation of this unique international organization in the final months of World War II, an evaluation of its achievements and challenges from the perspective of the American presidency is both timely and necessary. The United States hosts the U.N., pays the largest share of its dues, and typically guides its agenda, particularly in matters of international peace and security. The president directs American foreign policy and therefore represents U.S. interests at the U.N. How do American presidents work through the U.N. to achieve their foreign policy goals, and what are the prospects for future cooperation in the 21st century? The first panel examines how the American public views the U.N. and how American institutions, namely, the president, Congress, and the executive branch, work with the international organization. The second panel evaluates how presidents pursue multilateral policy initiatives through the U.N. as well as proposals for U.N. reform that would promote executive interests there more effectively. The symposium concludes with a keynote address by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad and an analysis of the key policy issues and challenges for presidential leadership at the U.N. today, led by Kalikow Center Senior Presidential Fellows Howard B. Dean III and Edward J. Rollins.

9:15 a.m. WELCOME Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

Panelists “Rhetorical Constructions of Global Community: Presidents and the United Nations” Andrew Barnes, Georgia State University Mary Stuckey, Georgia State University

Bernard J. Firestone Dean, Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University Symposium Director

Symposium Coordinator: Athelene A. Collins Senior Associate Director Hofstra Cultural Center

Admission is free.

For further information, please contact the Hofstra Cultural Center at (516) 463-5669 or visit hofstra.edu/culture.

9:35-11 a.m. PANEL I: U.S. INSTITUTIONS AND THE UNITED NATIONS

Chair

Carolyn Eisenberg, Hofstra University

“Classifying the Changing Role of the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Presidential Policy Making” Meena Bose, Hofstra University “The Impact of Dues Withholding on the U.S.-U.N. Relationship” Courtney B. Smith, Seton Hall University “Failed Mediation: U Thant, the Johnson Administration, and the Vietnam War” Bernard J. Firestone, Hofstra University Discussant Stephen Schlesinger Century Foundation

26346:09/10

Symposium Director: Meena Bose Peter S. Kalikow Chair in Presidential Studies Director, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Professor of Political Science Hofstra University

9 a.m.-Noon Registration and Coffee Lobby, Student Center Theater Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

11:10 a.m.- PANEL II: 12:35 p.m. CHANGING THE U.S. ROLE IN THE UNITED NATIONS Chair

David Green, Hofstra University

Panelists “Bypassing the U.N.: Why Does the United States Sometimes Go It Alone?” Alex Thompson, Ohio State University “American Power and Principle, by Proxy: American Use of Military Force and the U.N.” Isaiah Wilson III, United States Military Academy at West Point “Why Embracing U.N. Security Council Expansion Will Benefit the U.S.” Paul Fritz, Hofstra University “Presidential Leadership and U.N. Activities to End Violence Against Women” Colleen Shogan Congressional Research Service Discussant 12:35-2 p.m.

Jay M. Parker, Georgetown University LUNCH (on your own)

2:20-4 p.m. PRESIDENTIAL GREETINGS Monroe Lecture Center Theater California Avenue, South Campus Stuart Rabinowitz President and Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professor of Law Hofstra University

INTRODUCTIONS Meena Bose

KEYNOTE SPEAKER followed by a conversation on PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP AT THE UNITED NATIONS Honorable Zalmay Khalilzad United States Ambassador to the United Nations, 2007-2009 United States Ambassador to Iraq, 2005-2007 United States Ambassador to Afghanistan, 2003-2005 Joseph G. Astman Distinguished Symposium Scholar Howard B. Dean III Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 2005-2009 Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University Edward J. Rollins Senior Political Analyst, CNN News Senior Presidential Fellow, Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency Hofstra University


OK PLA CE

. BRIDGE EAST PED

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Hofstra University

A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

REET

LON ST

MERIL

EAST ST ANDS

7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Au Bon Pain

7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Axinn Library Café

8 a.m.-midnight

Starbucks Café on the Quad

7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

For a complete schedule of events celebrating Hofstra’s 75th anniversary, please visit hofstra.edu/75

Café Bistro at Bits ‘n’ Bytes Memorial Hall

MAPLE AVE NUE

JOAN AXINN HALL

NEWPORTAVE NUE

FIELD 2D

OF SOUTH LAW CAMPUS

113 Hofstra University Hempstead, NY 11549-1130

Hofstra University Club David S. Mack Hall 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

SCHOOL

FIELD2

U.F.D.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

FIELD 1A

FIELD 2A

Hofstra Cultural Center

Pura Vida 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Mack Student Center

BUTLER ANNEX

FIELD 1F

BARRICAD E

Dining FacilitiesBRESLIN on the Hofstra University Campus SERYL AND

AD TURNPIKE AVENUE - HEMPSTE FULTON Student Center Café Mack Student Center 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

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PARKING

CHARLES HALL on the campus, There are several dining facilites some of which are listed below. KUSHNER HALL

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U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

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PARKING

C.V. STARR HALL

Thursday, October 21, 2010

and the

McEW

STADIUM ROAD

PHYSICAL PLANT RECEIVING AND STORES

present

CAFÉ ON THE QUAD

MARGIOTTA HALL

PA VI LI O

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FIELD 2B

SHAPIRO ALUMNI HOUSE

Hofstra Cultural Center

WRHU

WEST CAMPUS

WELLER HALL

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Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency

J.C. ADAMS PLAYHOUSE

AUDIO DEMPSTER JOURNALISMHALL FACILITY

JANE STRE ET

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OK PLA CE

. BRIDGE EAST PED

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Hofstra University

A Symposium

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

REET

LON ST

MERIL

EAST ST ANDS

Au Bon Pain

7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Axinn Library Café

8 a.m.-midnight

Starbucks Café on the Quad

7:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

For a complete schedule of events celebrating Hofstra’s 75th anniversary, please visit hofstra.edu/75.

7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

MAPLE AVE NUE

Café Bistro at Bits ‘n’ Bytes Memorial Hall

GREENGRO VEVE A NUE

JOAN AXINN HALL

NEWPORTAVE NUE

FIELD 2D

OF SOUTH LAW CAMPUS

113 Hofstra University Hempstead, NY 11549-1130

Hofstra University Club David S. Mack Hall 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

SCHOOL

FIELD2

U.F.D.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

FIELD 1A

FIELD 2A

Hofstra Cultural Center

Pura Vida 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Mack Student Center

BUTLER ANNEX

FIELD 1F

BARRICAD E

Dining FacilitiesBRESLIN on the Hofstra University Campus SERYL AND

AD TURNPIKE AVENUE - HEMPSTE FULTON Student Center Café Mack Student Center 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

NUE

SOUTH RO AD

PARKING

CHARLES HALL on the campus, There are several dining facilites some of which are listed below. KUSHNER HALL

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MONROE LECTURE CENTER

U.S. Presidential Leadership at the United Nations: Evaluating the Past 65 Years and Looking Ahead to 21st-Century Governance

EN HA

PARKING

C.V. STARR HALL

Thursday, October 21, 2010

and the

McEW

STADIUM ROAD

PHYSICAL PLANT RECEIVING AND STORES

present

CAFÉ ON THE QUAD

MARGIOTTA HALL

PA VI LI O

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FIELD 2B

SHAPIRO ALUMNI HOUSE

Hofstra Cultural Center

WRHU

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WELLER HALL

BALDWIN COURT

Hofstra University Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency

J.C. ADAMS PLAYHOUSE

AUDIO DEMPSTER JOURNALISMHALL FACILITY

JANE STRE ET

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