of War and Peace
Series Explores Peace Efforts In Global Hot Spots
February 7, 2002-- Ambassador
Dennis Ross, the chief American negotiator in the Middle East during
the previous Bush and Clinton administrations, is one of the headline
speakers in a hard-hitting lecture series on war and peace to be
held this spring at the University of Virginia. Ross will speak
April 23 on "Waging the War on Terror and Pursuing Peace in
the Middle East."
Zelikow, director of the Miller Center, will lead off the program
next week, Feb. 12, with a talk on "Decision-Making in the Cuban
speakers include Maleeha Lodhi, the Pakistan ambassador to the United
States, who will discuss the future of the Pakistan-India relationship
April 25, and Samantha Power of Harvard University's Carr Center
for Human Rights, discussing her new book on the Rwanda genocide.
the talks are free and open to the public. They all will be held
at 7 p.m. in Minor Hall, except for Lodhis talk, which will
be at 3:30 p.m. in Wilson Hall.
program is sponsored by the International Residential College, the
Department of Politics, the Arts and Sciences Council, and the International
Charlotte Crystal, (434) 924-6858