The University of Arizona

UA Political Science Professor and Former Tucson Mayor, Tom Volgy, Great Decisions Luncheon Speaker

By Julieta Gonzalez, January 3, 2000

EVENT: Great Decisions Annual Luncheon

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, January 12, 2000, Noon

LOCATION: University Ramada Inn, 1601 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ

COST:$15 per person; Luncheon reservations may be made by check to Great Decisions; 2911 E. Grant Road, Tucson, AZ 85716

CONTACT:Helmuth O. Froeschle, 520-648-8303, Green Valley, AZ

TOPIC:"How far can we stretch our resources in meeting international
commitments?"

ABOUT GREAT DECISIONS:

Hundreds of area residents participate in the Great Decisions program at 23 locations in Tucson, Green Valley and Sierra Vista. The discussion program is promoted by the Foreign Policy Association of Washington, D.C. and conducted in more than 400 locations throughout the United States. Topics for Great Decisions 2000 are: Defining the U.S. Interests in the World; Report Card on Russian Survival; Indonesia in Aftershock; The Military Role in U.S. Foreign Policy; Middle East Realignments; The Euro's Challenge to the U.S. Dollar; Africa's Place in the World and Defining Humanitarian Intervention.

Public Broadcasting (KUAT-TV) schedules programs on each topic, and there are discussion areas on the Foreign Policy Association's Website . For information on participation in the Great Decisions Program contact Blair Luckie, president of the Tucson group at 290-0829; Jim Cooper in Sierra Vista, 520-458-4410, and Helmuth Froeschle in Green Valley at 520-648-8303.