Brooks Foreign Policy Review Launches Special 2009 Iraq Elections Center

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BROOKS FOREIGN POLICY REVIEW LAUNCHES SPECIAL 2009 IRAQ ELECTIONS CENTER

 

BROOKS FOREIGN POLICY REVIEW

PRESS RELEASE:

JANUARY, 29, 2009

 

 

Today, Brooks Foreign Policy Review (BFPR), the foreign relations arm of the Center for New Politics and Policy at the University of Denver, announced it will establish a special 2009 Iraq Elections Center to provide the most comprehensive reporting and analysis of the 2009 Iraq Provincial Elections in the United States. The elections will be held on January 31, 2009. CNPP Senior Fellow, Webster Brooks III, said BFPR in collaboration with the U.S. Iran Peace Project will publish a special Web page edition that provides Iraqi elections background material, provincial votes tallies, access to Iraqi political party websites, and an open blog roll for elections reporters, writers, bloggers, Iraqi political parties, organizations and think tanks to submit their contributions and video reports. 

 

In addition, Brooks noted that BFPR will post video analysis, and conduct interviews with Middle Eastern and Iraqi specialists to comment on the elections and their implications for nation-building in Iraq. All contributors may file reports and analysis to wbrooks@newpolicycenter.org. The host website will be the Brooks Foreign Policy Review at www.brooksreview.wordpress.com. Reports may be filed in English and Arabic.****         

         

The Center for New Politics and Policy (CNPP) is located at the University of Denver. Webster Brooks writes frequently on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and Central Asia. His articles have been posted in newspapers and on websites and blogs across the region and in the United States. Mr. Brooks provides weekly commentary on XM/Sirius satellite radio on the “New School”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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