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The New Arab Revolt - What's next in Libya and beyond?

A fundraising event in support of civilian victims in Libya.

Saturday, June 4th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel, ballroom
14th and K Streets, NW
McPherson Square Metro, one block away
This reception/seminar is co-hosted by the Dartmouth Club of Washington, D.C. and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP); and will feature Dartmouth Professor of Government Dirk Vandewalle, one of our nation's leading experts on modern Libya.  The discussion will focus on Libya, but will also include developments in Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, and other nations.   
This is a free event.  A selection of hot and cold hors d'oeuvres will be provided without charge.  A cash bar will also be available.  We only request that attendees make a contribution in some amount to CIVIC, a nonprofit organization that supports civilian victims in Libya and other conflict areas.  Go to www.civicworldwide.org for further information about CIVIC.  Bring cash or your checkbook for making a tax deductible contribution.
Your RSVP to Bob Davidson, at RHDavidsonJR@gmail.com, is requested by 6 pm on Thursday, June 2.
Joining Professor Vandewalle on the panel will be: Ms. Kristele Younes, a field director for the "Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict" (CIVIC), who is just back from Libya; and Nathan Hodge, a Wall Street Journal reporter and author with expertise on U.S. foreign policy and national security.  Find information about Nathan's new book "Armed Humanitarians" at  
Professor Vandewalle also will have just returned from a trip to Tunis and Benghasi. 
Dirk's most recent book is "A History of Modern Libya," published by Cambridge University Press.  His articles on Libya and U.S. foreign policy have appeared in Newsweek, the New York Times, and Foreign Policy magazine; and he's appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, briefed senior federal government officials, and testified before the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee.

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