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Traditional and nontraditional threats and the Presidential election

April 18, 2012
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

PSR  Harrisburg/Hershey will host Dr. Mark Sachleben, professor of International Relations at Shippensburg University at their public meeting on April 18, 7:30 pm.

He will speak on the topic: “Traditional and nontraditional treats and the Presidential election”.  In his presentation he will discuss international arms control and also environmental degradation  as threats to human survival. We expect that he will comment on the positions of the Presidential candidates in the Pennsylvania primary election.

The meeting will be at the  Polyclinic Hospital Cafeteria, 2501 N Third St, in Harrisburg. This is an open meeting with time for questions after the presentation. You may contact Dr. Robert Little for more information at 717-497-9282.

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