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Boston, April 12: Lecture on Greece and Democracy in SE Europe

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: Alexander Crouch <exsem_01@MIT.EDU> via Evangelos Liaras <liaras@MIT.EDU>

GREECE AND DEMOCRACY IN SOUTHEAST EUROPE. is the title of a lecture this Thursday, April 12, by Professor Nikiforos DIAMANDOUROS. Greece's role in the evolving politics of that fractured region is a topic with which Prof. Diamandouros has gained considerable familiarity as a professor of political science at the University of Athens and as recent member of the Greek National Commission for Human Rights. He is also visiting senior fellow of the Onassis Foundation.

The lecture takes place Thursday from 4-5:30 PM in the 7th floor conference room of Building E38, 292 Main Street in Cambridge. It is sponsored by the MIT International Science and Technology Initiative.


Alexander Sinclair Crouch Events Planning Consultant MISTI & the MIT Japan Program 292 Main Street, E38-762A Cambridge MA 02139-4007 Tel: 617.252.1483 Fax: 617.258.7432 E-mail: exsem_01@mit.edu http://web.mit.edu/mit-japan/index.html

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