Chemical Weapons and Their Horrible, But Also Hopeful, Past, Present, and Future
Associate Professor; Acting Program Chair, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies;
Chemical weapons are back in the news, based on Syria’s repeated, indiscriminate use in the past few years, as well as targeted attacks by both North Korea (on Kim Jung-Un’s brother) and Russia (on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia). How worrisome are these developments? And what implications do they have
for the future use of chemical weapons?
Professor Bleek has a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University, and a Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University.
Please note that this program will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Monterey. Room capacity is limited. Reservations will be accepted in the order they are received until the program is full. Depending on demand, we may be unable to accommodate auditors at this event.
Friday, November 16, 2018
11:30 am: Registration
12:50 pm: Program
- Classic Green Salad
- Lemon and Garlic Herb Chicken with a White Bean Spinach Sauce
- Classic Rice Pilaf
- Sauteed Vegetables
- Rolls and Butter
- Coffee and Decaf
- Chocolate Mousse Cake with Seasonal Berries
- Vegetarian Option: Stuffed Peppers with a Harvest Apple Stuffing
- $29 for members
- $35 for guests
Registration for the luncheon is now closed. Audience seating for the lecture only may be available, depending on room capacity, on a first-come-first-served basis.