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Time to Attack Iran– Matt Kroenig to lecture at Georgetown’s Alumni College in San Francisco, June 30

Professor Matthew Kroenig

Professor Matthew Kroenig

This just in . . .my friend and Georgetown colleague, Matt Kroenig, will be teaching a course at Georgetown University’s Alumni College, Saturday, June 30th in San Francisco. More information can be found here. Even if you have not pre-registered, walk-ins are welcomed.

Matt is the author of the recent Foreign Affairs article, Time to Attack Iran: Why a Strike is the Least Bad Option. Nor surprisingly since its publication in January of this year, the article has been garnering much attention in both the academic and policy communities. Indeed, Matt’s piece has led to many rejoinders, including fellow Georgetown professor Colin Kahl’s, article published in a subsequent issue of Foreign Affairs, Not Time to Attack Iran: Why War Should be a Last Resort.

This should be a fascinating event!

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Anthony Clark Arend is Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service in the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Commentary and analysis at the intersection of international law and politics.