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Peru RPCV David Scott Palmer to speak on on "Nepalís Insurgency and the Peace Process: A Comparative Perspective"

Peru RPCV David Scott Palmer  to speak on on Nepalís Insurgency and the Peace Process: A Comparative Perspective

Peru RPCV David Scott Palmer to speak on on "Nepalís Insurgency and the Peace Process: A Comparative Perspective"

Interaction on "Nepalís Insurgency and the Peace Process: A Comparative Perspective"

Kathmandu. The American Center will hold an interaction on "Nepalís Insurgency and the Peace Process: A Comparative Perspective" at the Centerís Program Hall at Gyaneshwor on Friday, August 8. Dr. David Scott Palmer, professor of International Relations at Boston University, will be the guest speaker.

Dr. Palmer has closely watched, analyzed and authored books on Peruvian politics, the Shining Path Guerilla movement, and published scholarly articles on democratization, local politics and civil society, insurgencies and conflicts in Latin America, on the impact of MERCOSUR on political institutions in Argentina, and on "informal politics" in Peru.

Media colleagues are cordially invited to the interaction on Friday, August 8, 2003 at 2:30 PM at the American Center, Gyaneshwor.





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