Amb. Richard Butler talk: 'Iraq Was Disarmed: the invaders didn't find any WMD because there weren't any to find'
Interpol and the DDMI announce a special guest lecture by Amb. Richard Butler entitled 'Iraq Was Disarmed: the invaders didn't find any WMD because there weren't any to find'. Butler is a distinguished Australian diplomat and recognized expert in nuclear arms control and disarmament. Butler's lecture takes place on Monday, 10 March at 6:00 pm in the Main Hall, International Politics Building. There will also be a special seminar on Tuesday, 4:00 – 6:00 pm in the Main Hall.
The DDMI is pleased to provide financial and other support for the Carr Student Conference. The conference is being organised by undergraduate students for the second time. The topic is 'The Arab-Israeli Conflict: Causes, Problems, Solutions.' The conference will take place on 22 March 2014, from 9:00 am untill 4:00 pm. Click above for more details.
Professor Rosemary Hollis is a leading analyst of Middle Eastern affairs. She is presently Professor of Middle East Policy Studies and director of the Olive Tree Programme at City University London. The title of her DDMI Annual Lecture was: ''Britain and the Palestine Question, 1914-2014.'' She delivered her lecture in the Main Hall of the International Politics Building on 27 February 2014.
Report summarizing the latest two DDMI / IPRG events are now available. The first is the proceedings of the 6th Davies Forum on Germany's new coalition government, held on 6 December 2013. The second is the guest lecture by Iain Wilson interpreting international politics as a Darwinian evolutionary process, held on 7 February 2014.