Simmons to Host Global Security Conference February 29
|Professor Stanley Hoffman and a half-dozen veteran diplomats and journalists will address issues of U.S. and global security at the turn of the century at a day-long Warburg 2000 conference at Simmons College in Boston February 29. Gwen Ifill, a Simmons alumna, will moderate the morning session, and former UN Undersecretary General Erik Jensen will chair the afternoon discussions. Speakers will include journalist Elizabeth Pond and former U.S. ambassadors Robert White, Monteagle Stearns, Harry Barnes, and Frank Crigler. |
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|Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide Debuts New Website|
Foreign Service Lifelines, the first web site exclusively for Foreign Service family members, was adopted by AAFSW in mid-1999. Since then, the original site has been expanded and completely redesigned. Now located at www.aafsw.org, the site is more attractive, easier to navigate, and quicker to download. Viewers may read about many AAFSW activities and services on the site, with more to be added in upcoming months. [DETAILS]