Daniel Zoughbie met with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other world leaders for his book “Indecision Points.” (Courtesy of Daniel Zoughbie)

WHT Alumnus, Daniel Zoughbie (United States, DPhil International Relations, 2011), will be returning to Oxford this October.  Current Scholars and interested participants are invited to a lunch-time discussion with Daniel at Exeter College (Rector’s Drawing Room) from 12:45-2:00PM on Thursday 11th October 2018.

Daniel will be reflecting on his time at Oxford, his pioneering work through Microclinic International (a not-for-profit development organization that Daniel founded in 2005 which seeks to revolutionize how deadly diseases are prevented and managed worldwide) and his acclaimed book, Indecision Points, which examines the major assumptions underpinning U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East during the Bush years.

This is a unique opportunity to interface with Daniel and learn more about his extraordinary career. A light lunch and refreshments will be provided. However, space is limited.

To learn more about Daniel, visit his WHT Alumni Network page.

Please forward questions and RSVP to WHT Alumni Coordinator: laura.stewart@whtrust.org by 9th October 2018 to secure your place.

About the Scholar

Megan McFarlane

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