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Bentley Professor Discusses World Bank Trip to Jerusalem and West Bank
October 21, 2003
Denis Sullivan, professor and chair of International Studies and director of the Cronin International Center, recently returned from a two-week trip to Jerusalem and the West Bank (September 26- October 10) in which he led the World Bank team in a review of the Bank's Palestinian NGO Project.
Denis will discuss his trip on Tuesday, November 4 at 4:00 p.m. in Wilder Pavilion, as part of the "Global Issues, Bentley Action" speaker series.
Q: How was the trip?
Q: What were the team's findings?
Q: How have things changed in the past two years?
Q: Will you be going back any time soon?
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