“The Reality of Arms Control: From the Trenches”
Madison Committee on Foreign Relations
Wednesday, April 16, 5:30-7:30 pm
Edgewater Hotel, Rigadoon Room, 666 Wisconsin Ave, Madison
Registration and a fee required — for more information see wage.wisc.edu.
Sponsors: Madison Committee on Foreign Relations; UW-Madison Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE) and Middle East Studies Program.
“Intelligence Failure: Why Did So Many People Think There Were Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq?”
Thursday, April 17, 12-1:30 pm
Grainger Hall Room 4151, 975 University Avenue, UW-Madison
Free and open to the public.
Sponsors: UW-Madison Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE), Middle East Studies Program, and Global Studies; Madison Committee on Foreign Relations, and The Madison Institute.
“Overt and Covert Wars: From Iraq to Iran in U.S. Foreign Policy, 1990-2008”
Thursday, April 17, 7:30 pm
Wisconsin State Historical Society auditorium, 816 State Street Mall, UW-Madison
UPCOMING EVENTS from The Madison Institute (TMI), A Policy Study Center in the Progressive Tradition:
The Progressive Roundtable
“Book Review: Two Books by Scott Ritter”
Saturday, March 15, 2008
9:00 a.m. – Noon
Meriter Maingate, 333 W. Main Street, Madison, WI
(See background on Scott Ritter under the forum announcement below.)
TMI Board Members Fred Johnson and Paul Beckett will review two of Ritter’s books: Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Anti-War Movement and Target Iran. This will be followed by a group discussion.
Scott Ritter: “Waging Peace: Citizenship in a Time of Unjust War”
Saturday, April 19, 2008
9:00 a.m. – Noon
Wisconsin State Historical Society Auditorium
Mr. Ritter is a former Marine Intelligence Officer and former lead weapons inspector in Iraq for the United Nations. He is also the author of “Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Anti-War Movement” and his latest work, “Target Iran”. At this forum he will touch on issues such as supporting the troops without supporting the mission, the role of the media in shaping views and how citizens could counter, the Constitution as a citizens center of gravity, and some practical ideas for how citizens can “Wage Peace”.
Mr. Ritter’s presentation will be followed by a panel discussion.