Lectures - The People Speak

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As America faces daily challenges abroad, a nationwide discussion about the future of our foreign policy is more important and timely than ever.  
The World Affairs Council of St. Louis  &  The Whitney R Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies Presents:   

“The People Speak: America Debates Its Role in the World” and cordially invites you to attend a panel discussion regarding foreign policy issues:
Should the U.S. use preemptive military force to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction? The Role of Public Diplomacy in the Arab and Muslim World 

The UN Foundation – Dr. Johanna Mendelson Forman, Senior Program
Officer for Peace, Security and Human Right

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research – James K. Glassman, Resident Fellow and member, Advisory Group on Public Diplomacy in the Arab and Muslim World

Saint Louis University – Dr. David Sloss, Assistant Professor of Law
Moderator: Dr. John O Haley, Wiley Rutledge Professor of Law and Director, Whitney R Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies at Washington University.
Discussant: Larry May, Professor of Philosophy - Washington University 

October 8, 2003  
The Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom 
Washington University School of Law
5:30 ~ 6:00 p.m.     Registration and Refreshments
6:00 ~ 7:30 p.m.     Panel discussion
Please R.S.V.P. by October 7 to Ms. Elizabeth Kiderlen 727-9988 

Cooperating National Sponsors:
Rockefeller Brothers Fund • United Nations Foundation  
American Enterprise Institute • League of Women Voters • Empower America
Open Society Institute • Jesse Helms Center Foundation • The National Forensic League 
National Peace Corps Association • Center for Women Policy Studies • United Nations 
Association of the United States of America • The World Affairs Council
Cooperating St. Louis Sponsors:
St. Louis University • Regional Chamber and Growth Association • World Trade Center
League of Women Voters • The Whitney R Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies
The World Affairs Council of St. Louis  

1 MCLE credit for attending this lecture