NEW YORK (Oct. 30)
The National Committee on American Foreign Policy will hold a round table conference in Washington on “American Policy in the Middle East After the Camp David Summit” at American University, on Wednesday, Nov. 8, Dr. Mordechai Hacohen, chairman of the organization’s symposium committee, announced today.
The all-day conference, which will be chaired by Prof. Hans Morgenthau and Joseph Sisco, will discuss, in two sessions, “The New Balance of Power in the Middle East” and “The Future of the Middle East After the Camp David Summit.”
Panel members will include: Gen. George Keegan, USAF, former head of Air Force Intelligence; Dr. Joseph Churba, former head of U.S. Air Force Intelligence of the Middle East; Bernard Lewis, professor at the Institute of Advanced Studies at Princeton University; Edward N. Luttwak, research professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Strategic and International Studies; Richard Pipes, professor in the Department of History at Harvard University; and Uri Ra’anan, professor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Hacohen said the National Committee, which was founded in 1974 to stimulate interest in American foreign policy, is a broadly based organization of individuals from all areas of American life who take an interest in foreign affairs.