Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
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.
Paul Kan is Professor of National Security Studies at the US Army War College. He is the author of the books, Drug Trafficking and International Security, Drugs and Contemporary Warfare and Cartels at War. He is also the author of numerous articles on the intersection of drug trafficking, crime and modern forms of armed conflict including: “Anonymous vs. Los Zetas: Cyberwar in the Underworld”; “Drugging Babylon: The Illegal Narcotics Trade And Nation-Building in Iraq”; “’Lawyers, Guns and Money’: Transnational Threats and US National Security” and “Criminal Sovereignty: Understanding North Korea’s Illicit International Activities”. In February 2011, he served as the Senior Visiting Counternarcotics Adviser at NATO Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan and he has provided advice to the US Office of National Drug Control Policy (also known as the Drug Czar’s office). He has also briefed the Pennsylvania Attorney-General’s Office on drug cartel activity in the state.
Sponsor of This 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.
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