Peace and War Center Events

The Norwich University Peace and War Center hosted many on-campus events this past spring, including discussions on some of the world’s leading matters of international importance.

In conjunction with the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies, the Peace and War Center hosted Paul Topalian ’71, author of Tradecraft Primer: A Framework for Aspiring Interrogators, in February for a talk on ethical interrogation methods.

In March, Suraj Budathoki visited the Norwich campus to share his experience of being expelled from Bhutan with his family at age nine. Budathoki came to Manchester, N.H., in 2009 at age 28 as part of the United States refugee resettlement program. Currently a student in Norwich University’s online Master of Arts in International Relations program, he is a founding member of the non-profit Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire. His work aims to involve the U.S. Congress to aid family reunification, promotion and protection of human rights in Bhutan, and repatriation of refugees from refugee camps, to resolve these problems, and to build sustainable peace in Bhutan. Visit libarts.norwich.edu/peace-and-war-center for a complete listing of PAWC offerings.

 

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