DURHAM, N.H. – The following faculty experts are available to discuss the political, historical, foreign policy, national security, and economic ramifications of U.S. military action in Syria.
U.S. Presidential Politics/Domestic Politics
Dante Scala, associate professor of political science
U.S. Foreign Policy
Kurk Dorsey, associate professor of history
History of Use of Gas/Chemical Weapons in Warfare
Marion Dorsey, associate professor of history
History of U.S. Foreign Policy in Middle East and Humanitarian Intervention
Alynna Lyon, associate professor of political science
Politics and History of the Middle East
Jeannie Sowers, associate professor of political science
International/National Security Policy
Lionel Ingram, Murkland Lecturer in Political Science
Impact on U.S. Economy
Neil Niman, chair of the UNH Department of Economics and associate professor of economics
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