Conflict Records Research Center to host session on "The Osirak Attack" with Dr. Malfrid Braut-Hegghammer
Please join the Conflict Records Research Center and the broader NDU community for a brown bag session with Dr. Målfrid Braut-Hegghammer on 14 June 2012, from 1200-1300. Dr. Braut-Hegghammer will discuss her research on Israel's attack on Iraq's Osirak reactor, its consequences for Iraq's nuclear program, and lessons for policymakers. The session will include a presentation by Dr. Braut-Hegghammer, followed by Q&A.
This event is open to the public.
Seating is limited, however, so please RSVP to CRRC@ndu.edu
Attendees are strongly encouraged to take public transportation due to the limited parking availability on Fort Lesley J. McNair on 14 June. Parking will not be available at Lincoln Hall but may be available at the ICAF parking lot.
Dr. Braut-Hegghammer is an Assistant Professor in the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies' (IFS) Department of International Security Policy. Her research interests include nuclear proliferation and counter-proliferation and the international relations of the Middle East and South Asia. Recently she published the Op-Ed piece "The Real Lesson of Iraq" inThe New York Times (November 2011) and "Revisiting Osirak: Preventive Attacks and Nuclear Proliferation Risks" in International Security (Summer 2011).
Dr. Braut-Hegghammer's dissertation, Nuclear Entrepreneurs: Drivers of Nuclear Proliferation, received the British International Studies Association's Michael Nicholson Prize for best dissertation in international studies in 2010. She was a research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University from 2008 to 2010.
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