Delegation to discuss trip to NATO summit in Prague, Nov. 26
Posted November 25, 2002; 06:13 p.m.
A delegation from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs returned this week from the recent NATO summit in Prague, and will present a report on both the NATO and student summits on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
The presentation will run from noon to 1 p.m. in 1 Robertson Hall.
The delegation was led by Assistant Dean Robert Hutchings, lecturer of public and international affairs and a former director at the U.S. National Security Council. Hutchings and two Woodrow Wilson School graduate students -- Cara Abercrombie, MPA '03, on the U.S. delegation and Mariyan Zumbulev, MPA '04, on the Bulgarian delegation -- met with or heard from many of the heads of state and government in attendance, and participated in an international student summit paralleling and simulating the actual NATO summit.
President Bush delivered his major foreign policy address to a group of 170 students from 40 countries, and the Princeton delegation met with Czech President Vaclav Havel and five other presidents over the course of the summit, as well as with the NATO secretary-general, prime ministers, foreign ministers and various government officials.
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