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Former chief weapons inspector in Iraq to speak April 28

David Kay
10:39 a.m., March 5, 2004--David Kay, former U.S. chief weapons inspector in Iraq, will give a lecture titled, “Working With the Enemy—Intrusive Inspections,” at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 28, in Mitchell Hall.

Kay resigned from the CIA job earlier this year after his team of experts in the Iraq Survey Group found no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

Kay, who also served as the chief U.N. weapons inspector in Iraq after the 1991 Gulf War, was once held captive in Iraq for four days.

The lecture is part of UD’s Global Agenda lecture series on “Enemies List: Not Always What They Seem” scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Wednesdays, in Mitchell Hall.

During the lectures, which are free and open to the public, internationally recognized experts in foreign affairs will highlight topics ranging from terrorism to nuclear disarmament.

Upcoming lectures include:

  • “Old Europe: Trusted Allies or Unfaithful Friends?” with Jean-David Levitte, France’s ambassador to the United States, March 10. (This program only in Clayton Hall.);
  • “Snakes in the Sand: The Arab and Muslim Worlds,” with United Nations officer Zahir Jamal and U.S. Ambassador Kenton Keith, March 31;
  • “China: Partner or Challenger?” with William Perry, former U.S. defense secretary, April 14; and
  • “North Korea: Last Bastion of Stalinism,” with U.S. Ambassador Wendy Sherman, May 12.

The lecture series is organized by Ralph Begleiter, UD’s Rosenberg Professor of Communication and distinguished journalist in residence, and cosponsored by the University of Delaware and the World Affairs Council of Wilmington. For more information on the speakers and their subjects, visit [www.udel.edu/global/agenda/2004/].

Article by Martin Mbugua

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