Conflict with Iran is topic of lecture tonight
by Kathleen McCoy |
The cold war between the U.S. and Iran presents the most critical foreign policy decision facing the country: Should the U.S. pre-emptively attack Iran? Some say yes, based on assumptions that Iran is a sponsor of terrorism and is developing nuclear weapons. "How to Think About War Against Iran" is a lecture to be delivered tonight, Nov. 8, by William deB. Mills, former director of long-range methods at the National Intelligence Council, the body that prepares National Intelligence Estimates for the president and others in the federal government. The talk begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Wendy Williamson Auditorium. Also, at noon on Friday, Nov. 9, Mills will analyze a range of Middle East conflicts in Room 118 of the Social Sciences Building. Both talks are free, and so is parking. Sponsored by UAA's Complex Systems Group, 786-4748.