The future of Iraq discussed at free lunchtime public presentation Friday, Feb. 2
KINGSVILLE - January 30, 2007
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American occupation of the country scheduled to be discussed
KINGSVILLE (January 30, 2007) — The International Affairs Group at Texas A&M University-Kingsville present their first brown bag lecture for spring 2007, “The Future of Iraq,” at noon on Friday, Feb. 2., in room 219C of the Memorial Student Union Building.
Scheduled to take part in this roundtable discussion, free and open to the public, are Drs. Richard E. Hartwig, Mario E. Carranza and Nirmal Goswami, professors in the political science department, and Dr. Hayder A. Abdul-Razzak, professor in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering.
Dr. Michael Houf, associate professor of history, will kick off the roundtable with an overview of the history of Iraq. The problems encountered in the course of American occupation of the country will be discussed, along with an exploration of Iraq’s possible future. That discussion may touch on topics like civil war, a partition of the country and a regional war.
Attendees can bring a lunch to this event, scheduled to last an hour.
For more information, call 361-593-3507.
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