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Date:Thursday, November 12, 2015
Time:Membership Social at 7:30 Program at 8:00 p.m.
Location: Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm St. (behind the Visitor's Center) Directions and Map Access: Open to the public and free for members, students and accompanying family members, educators and active military and their dependents. $10.00 charge for non-members.
William H. Tobey
President Obama has concluded an agreement with Iran intended to restrain their ability to develop a nuclear capability in exchange for a lifting of economic sanctions against them. Now the Senate must decide whether to approve this agreement. The news media have given this vitally important topic the usual high volume "Breaking News" treatment, but it would be good to listen to a knowledgeable person give a well rounded discussion. We are fortunate to have such a person as our next speaker. Please tell your friends and join us for what promises to be an excellent lecture.
William Tobey is a Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Previously he was the Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation at the National Nuclear Security Administration. There, he managed the U.S. government's largest program to prevent nuclear proliferation and terrorism by detecting, securing, and disposing of dangerous nuclear material. Mr. Tobey also served on the National Security Council Staff in three administrations, in defense policy, arms control, and counter-proliferation positions. He has participated in international negotiations ranging from the START talks with the Soviet Union, to the Six Party Talks with North Korea. He also has extensive experience in investment banking and venture capital.
Sponsor of this Month’s Program -ESZTER NEMZETKÖZI KFT
The sponsor for this month's program is Eszter Nemzetkozi Kft. They are an international investment company which focuses on central and eastern Europe. We thank them for their support.