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Mon Oct 21 - Live Webcast - Phyllis Bennis on Bush Adminstration's Push for War (english)
by Jon Garfield
Email: jon (nospam) newcollege.edu
20 Oct 2002
Live webcast of upcoming talk by Phyllis Bennis on "The Bush
Administration's Drive for War" can be heard by visiting
http://www.newcollege.edu/cesa on Monday October 21, 10 PM (EST).
LIVE WEBCAST: PHYLLIS BENNIS SPEAKING ON THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S DRIVE FOR WAR
Monday, October 21, 10 PM (EST)
LIVE WEBCAST: To listen to the webcast on Monday Oct 21 at 10:00 PM (EST) go to: http://www.newcollege.edu/cesa/ or http://newmedia.newcollege.edu.8000/
Listen to upcoming talk by leading progressive analyst of U.S. policy in
Iraq and the Middle East. Live webcast of Phyllis Bennis appearance that
will take place Monday October 21, at New College of Californa, San
Francisco, California. Sponsored by New College of California and Global
Phyllis Bennis is Director of the New Internationalism Program of the
Institute for Policy Studies in Washington. She has been a writer about UN
and Middle East issues for more than 25 years and appears frequently in all
major media in the U.S. and internationally. Phyllis is also a Fellow of the
Transnational Institute in Amsterdam and is an Editor of MERIPís Middle East
Report. In early 1999 Phyllis participated in a six-week, 22-city speaking
tour on Iraq sanctions and U.S. policy with former UN Assistant Secretary
General and Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq Denis Halliday. Later that year
she accompanied a group of congressional aides to Iraq for the first U.S.
congressional visit since 1991. In 2001 she helped found, and remains on the
steering committee of the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation. Bennisí
newest book is Before & After: U.S. Foreign Policy and the September 11th
Crisis (Interlink Publishing, September 2002). She is also the author of
Calling the Shots: How Washington Dominates Todayís UN (Interlink, 2000).
Her earlier books include From Stones to Statehood: The Palestinian
Uprising; Altered States: A Reader in the New World Order; and Beyond the
Storm: A Gulf Crisis Reader.