March 22, 2011
7-9 PM

Central Baptist Church
Lower Hall
106 West Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, PA

Dessert and beverages
at 7:00

Presentation and Discussion at 7:30

Contact Karen Barton at astrique@aol.com or 610-525-3784 or

Jane Dugdale at tjdugdale@verizon.net or 610-527-4170 for more information.
Pennsylvania is projected to have a deficit of $4.6 million dollars for the fiscal year.  It is spending $6.6 billion/year as its share of the cost of the war in Afghanistan.   A diplomatic solution to the complicated situation would bring our money home to address domestic needs.  
Bryn Mawr Peace Coalition
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March 22, 2011, Prospects of Political Settlement in Pakistan and Afghanistan/ Dr. Hafeez Malik

Dr. Hafeez Malik
Professor Emeritus of Political Science Villanova University

Dr. Malik is a native of Pakistan and taught at Villanova for 48 years. His area of specialization is US foreign policy for Russia and Central Asia, South Asia and the Middle East.  He founded and has served as editor for 35 years of the Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.  In 1973 he established the American Institute of Pakistani Studies which remains the most viable program of educational exchange between Pakistan and the United States.

Dr. Malik has visited 25 countries in Asia, Europe and the Middle East and he has a long and distinguished career educating international diplomats about South Asia and the Middle East on behalf of the US government.  Dr. Malik has authored/edited/translated 18 books since 1961, the most recent “US Relations with Afghanistan and Pakistan: The Imperial Dimensions” (2008).
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