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A Coalition of Student Clubs at
of International Studies Presents:
Iraq: What Now?
March 19, 2003
The Peace Studies Association
The Turkish Club
The United Nations Club and
Conflict Resolution Association
Dr. Victor Mizin is
currently the Diplomat-in-Residence and the Senior Research Associate
(Russia-NIS) at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies. He has
made his career as an arms control, nonproliferation and global security
expert in the Russian Foreign Ministry having headed consecutively the
Offices of ABM Treaty and Outer Space, Export Control and Nonproliferation,
and UN Peacekeeping Operations and Sanctions (charged with Iraq-UN file).
Dr. Mizin graduated magna cum laude from Moscow State Institute of International
Relations in 1978 and received his PhD degree in political science from
the Moscow-based Institute of USA and Canada Studies of the Academy of
Sciences of the USSR in 1991.
Sebnem Udum is a research associate at the
CNS-Proliferation Research and Assessment Program. Working with a former
UNSCOM inspector she is currently doing research for UNMOVIC, and working
on Turkey's proliferation concerns from the Middle East and missile defenses.
Her areas of focus and specialization include Turkish foreign and security
policy, Europe and the Middle East, nonproliferation, and Turkey-EU relations.
Ms. Udum has a master’s degree in international policy with
a certificate in nonproliferation and conflict resolution from the Monterey
Institute and in international relations from the Middle East Technical
University, Turkey. Her ongoing masters thesis looks at Turkish politics
and Turkey's relations with the Middle East and Europe in terms of security
Dr. Phillip Butler is a former Navy Light
Attack pilot who retired from Naval service after 24 years. He was
shot down and captured in Vietnam, and has the distinction of serving
the eighth longest term as a Prisoner of War in our nation's history serving
8 years. His many combat decorations include the Silver Star, Bronze
Star & Purple Heart, each of which was awarded twice, and the Cross
of Valor from his home state - Oklahoma. Phil is a graduate of the
United States Naval Academy and he has a doctorate in Sociology from the
University of California at San Diego. He is the president of Camelot
Enterprises, a management consulting, management training and motivational
speaking firm here in Monterey. He is an activist for peace and social
justice, and a member of Veterans For Peace, having previously served
as Chairman of their national board of directors.
William W. Monning, J.D. is a Professor of
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution and an attorney. He served as
the executive director of the International Physicians for the Prevention
of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and of the Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund. He
negotiated prisoner releases in Central America on behalf of Amnesty International
and the National Lawyers Guild in the 1980s and currently works as a training
consultant with the Institute for International Mediation and Conflict
Resolution, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD),
and with the International Commercial Diplomacy Project (ICDP). He
has worked in the Middle East including Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, and
the West Bank. He serves as the faculty advisor to the Conflict
Resolution Association at MIIS.
A CSUMB student group is organizing, along with the Sam Adams Forum, a debate/debate
panel on the war Wed., April 9 at 7 PM at the CSUMB University
Ballroom. Currently, we have Prof. David R. Henderson from
the Naval Postgraduate School, and Eric Garris, the main organizers
of antiwar.com (the biggest anti-war websites on the net). Both are against
the war. We are still looking for someone who supports it.
Title: "Should We Be At War With Iraq?"
--Lawrence Samuels, president, the Sam
648-7271 (office) vm104
Thought for the day:
>>>From: Kadish Family <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>Subject: Be a matriot
>>>Spread the word, a new idea has emerged. We live on a democratic
and the vote is for matriotism. Given the tremendous outpouring of Peace
Marches around the world, we earthlings want no more war. We have come to
realize that saving our planet is more important than anything else. We
matriots; we support mother earth, our beautiful home. We now live on such
a small planet that local actions everywhere have a profound effect upon
everyone. No more war, no more pollution, no more greed, no more
gas-guzzling inefficiency. Sure it's going to mean some sacrifices. A true
matriot would be willing to give her or his life to save the world for
future generations. We have to start with a new attitude. Spread the word.
Selfishness is out, selflessness is in. Tell everyone, we are matriots and
very proud to be living on our planet earth.
>> Skip Kadish 2108 Sunset Drive
Pacific Grove, Ca. 831-373-0554
(day) 831-649-6807 (eve)
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