Wednesday, November 4, 2009 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Tsai Performance Center (685 Commonwealth Ave.)
Is the war in Afghanistan worth fighting?
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Thomas H. Johnson
Research Professor and Director
Program of Culture and Conflict Studies
Department of National Security Affairs (NSA/JO)
Naval Postgraduate School
Marin J. Strmecki
Senior Vice President and Director of Programs
The Smith Richardson Foundation
Abram Trosky, PhD ’10
Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences
Andrew J. Bacevich
Professor of International Relations and History
Nick B. Mills
Associate Professor of Journalism
Kenice Mobley, MFA ’11
Film Production, College of Communication
Professor of Journalism
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