[ronpaul-30] Ron Paul Speaking in DC on 9/11/07

Ron Paul Speaking in DC on 9/11/07

News Analysis

Confounding critics who deride his international
policy approach as naïve or simplistic, the
prestigious Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington,
D.C., has invited Ron Paul to make a keynote policy
address on September 11.

Ron Paul will be speaking on “A Tradtional
Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy” – topic that has
likely languished in most US international schools and
think tanks in the modern era. Says one source close
privy to the negotiations surrounding the invitation,
“This school is engaged in a 20th century,
interventionist, foreign policy approach. For them to
invite him to make a major address like this shows how
seriously his views are being taken by the educational
establishment and by the political establishment in

And he adds, “This election has come down to Ron Paul
versus the rest of the Republican candidates. He has
set the party on its ear, and anyone who thinks that
he is a so-called fringe candidate at this point is
not grasping reality."

The announcement reads as follows:

"A Traditional Non-Intervention Foreign Policy"
11 a.m. to Noon - Kenney Auditorium, Nitze Building
Ron Paul, Republican congressman and 2008 presidential
candidate, will discuss this topic. For more
information and to RSVP, contact cpfr@... or
202.587.3237. Media who want to cover this event
should register with Felisa Neuringer Klubes in the
SAIS Communications Office at 202.663.5626 or


SAIS is one of the most prestigious American schools
for international studies. The website describes the
school as follows:

“The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International
Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C., is a leading
graduate school of international affairs, educating
students for professional careers in government,
business, journalism, international law and non-profit
organizations. Founded in 1943 by Paul Nitze and
Christian Herter, SAIS has been a division of The
Johns Hopkins University since 1950.”