Global Affairs Society Colloquium
On March 19, 2003 the United States launched an unprecedented military assault that ended the rule of Saddam Hussein and yet failed to unearth Saddam’s alleged stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction. In the decade that has followed, what lessons have we learned? Has Iraq been democratized?
Join us for reflection on this perplexing chapter in military and political history.
Professor Robert Riggs of the University’s College of Public and International Affairs is a Middle East expert who has traveled widely in the region. Mohammed Al-Azdee is Assistant Professor of Mass Communication. He served as an imbedded reporter for Reuters during the Iraq.
This program is sponsored by the College of Public and International Affairs and the Global Affairs Society.