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March 20, 2000
CONTACT: Glenn Small

Noam Chomsky, George Mitchell:
Together at Hopkins

Professor Noam Chomsky (pictured at left), the outspoken MIT linguistics professor and prominent political dissident, gave a standing-room-only crowd his views on globalization, military intervention, sovereignty and world trade. View his provocative speech.

http://www.jhu.edu:8080/ramgen/news_info/realmedia/ NoamChomsky.rm.

George Mitchell, (pictured at right) the former Senator from Maine, described his experiences in brokering the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland and offered insights on how longstanding, bloody ethnic conflicts might be peacefully settled. Hear first-hand how Mitchell negotiated a peace after 800 years of ethnic and religious warfare.

http://www.jhu.edu:8080/ramgen/news_info/realmedia/ GeorgeMitchell.rm.

Both men were at Johns Hopkins University as part of the 2000 Johns Hopkins Symposium on Foreign Affairs, an annual speakers' series that focuses on an important international topic. This year's topic is "Globalization: The political, cultural and economic integration of the International system."

Chomsky spoke on Monday, March 13, 2000. Mitchell spoke on Wednesday, March 15, 2000.


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