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2003-04-29

A Preventive or Preemptive Attack? Stanford Professor David Palumbo-Liu Discusses U.S. Military Policy

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Stanford University professor David Palumbo-Liu spoke on April 23 at New York University. He discussed the difference between preventive and preemptive military policies.

  • David Palumbo-Liu, Professor of Comparative Literature, and Director of the Program in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University.

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