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2016 – US Interests in a Fragmenting Middle East

March 7th, 2016- 5:30PM

Former ambassadors Robert Ford, John Limbert, Ronald Neumann and Richard Hoagland discussed US interests in today’s chaotic Middle East. Ambassador Hoagland moderated the panel. The panel discussion with the ambassadors took place at the International Cultural Center auditorium, located at 601 Indiana Ave., and was free and open to the public. The panel discussion was sponsored by the Office of International Affairs, Center for Global Understanding and the CH Foundation.


“Texas Tech is delighted to partner with the Center for Global Understanding and the CH Foundation to bring this group of foreign policy experts to Lubbock,” said Ambassador Tibor Nagy, vice provost for International Affairs. “The American Academy of Diplomacy includes some of our nation’s most senior and knowledgeable diplomats and other foreign affairs officials, and we are pleased to have this group coming to share their expertise on events in the Middle East.”




Media coverage:

Former US ambassadors speak at Tech – Daily Toreador

Former U.S. Ambassadors talk ISIS, world conflicts in Texas Tech event – Lubbock Avalanche

Former U.S. Ambassadors visit Texas Tech – Fox34

About the Speakers

Ronald E.

Ronald E.

Neumann

John W.

John W.

Limbert

Richard E.

Richard E.

Hoagland

Robert

Robert

Ford

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