Left Out Program Notes for January 22, 2008

Bob and I (Danny) will be taking a break from Left Out in the coming semester. Since I recorded this program at the Carnegie, it made sense to put it here.

Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy: Tuesday, January 22, 7:30pm Carnegie Library Lecture Hall

SCOTT RITTER was one of UNSCOM's most senior weapons inspectors in Iraq between 1991 and 1998, after having served for eight years as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. As a Marine, he conducted arms inspections in the former Soviet Union, and provided analysis of Iraq's missile capacity to General Schwarzkopf in the 1991 Gulf War.

AMBASSADOR EDWARD PECK served as Chief of Mission in Iraq and Mauritania, Embassy officer in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt; Deputy Director of the Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism at the Reagan White House; Deputy Coordinator of Covert Intelligence Programs at the State Department; and Liaison Of- ficer to the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon. With two tours of active duty as a paratrooper, he served from Private to 1st Lieutenant. Moderated by Retired U.S. Ambassador and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Associate Editor, Dan Simpson.


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