JPC Distinguished Fellows on Iraq Refugees, Russia
by Robert Doherty • Jul 24, 2007 at 10:51 am • updated Jul 24, 2007 at 11:00 am
Distinguished JPC Fellows Michael Medved and David Frum both published noteworthy pieces in recent days.
Writing for the American Enterprise Institute, Frum looks at the death of former Russian Spy and British citizen, Alexander Litvinenko, arguing that Russia's behavior is a troubling sign and a warning to the West.
Writing in USA TODAY, Medved makes a strong moral and practical case for aiding Iraqi refugees whose lives have been endangered by helping the United States efforts in Iraq.
Medved will moderate JPC events this fall in Philadelphia (September 19), Minneapolis (November 11), and San Francisco (December 9). Click here for more about these events.
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