The Old Vic, The Cut, London SE1 8NB
18 November 2003
A debate organised jointly by the ICA and The Economist
The US had the moral sympathy of the world after the attacks of 11 September 2001. Has this been squandered? Were the attacks on Iraq and the formulation of an Axis of Evil just counterproductive diversions from the fight against terror and its roots? Do we risk losing too much freedom and democracy in an all-out fight against a nebulous enemy?
Richard Perle, resident fellow, American Enterprise Institute and former Chairman of the Defence Policy Board;
Lord Patrick Wright, former head of the Diplomatic Service and previously ambassador to Syria and Saudi Arabia;
Rabinder Singh, QC, who represented CND in the case against the government over resolution 1441, author of The Future of Human Rights;
Hazhir Teimourian, commentator on Middle Eastern politics and history.
Chair: Johnny Grimond, writer at large, The Economist
Tickets and Information:
020 7930 3647 www.ica.org.uk
£10, £9 Concs. £8 ICA Members
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