Alexander speaks regularly at a range of academic and professional meetings. He has given guest lectures at Oxford, Cambridge, Sciences Po, Harvard, Princeton and Yale. He has spoken at or chaired conference sessions in the United Kingdom, United States, the Russian Federation, India, Pakistan, Oman, Thailand, Cote d'Ivoire, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Spain, Greece, Austria, Malta, Switzerland, Norway and Italy. He has also spoken at the Oxford and Cambridge Unions and lectured at the U.S. Foreign Service Institute.
Alexander in a debate on the nature of contemporary war and peace at the Library of Congress in June 2015.
Listen to this discussion on the links between terrorism and organized crime in an April 2015 radio interview.
Hear Alexander interviewed in December 2014 on the prospects for the Taliban in 2015.
Alexander's speech on terrorism and the contribution multilateralism can make to tackle it in September 2014.
A brief take on how big data can help generate smarter government, March 2013.
See Alexander discuss the Asia Society report on policy toward South Asia in December 2012.
Watch a Yale video interview with Alexander on the U.S. and South Asia in March 2012.
Remembering Richard Holbrooke, New America Foundation, January 2012.
Here is a link to the video of a panel discussion on Contemporary Diplomacy, Library of Congress, December 2011 (RealPlayer required). The panel consisted of Ambassador Ricardo Luna, Ambassador Alvaro De Soto, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Dr Vanni Pettina and Alexander Evans.
Click here for a TEDx video on "Why Pessimism is good" in April 2011.
Listen to Alexander discuss South Asia and portfolio careers in public policy in a December 2009 interview (also available on the Yale channel at iTunes).