University at Buffalo Experts Available to Discuss a War with Iraq

Release Date: February 10, 2003

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Faculty members from the University at Buffalo are available for members of the media covering the political, military, economic and social implications of a U.S. war with Iraq.

They are:

War with Iraq would Fan Anti-American Sentiment and Distract U.S. from Pressing Issues Elsewhere: Paul D. Senese, assistant professor of political science.

U.S. Military Hopes for a 15-Day War: Claude E. Welch, professor of political science and co-director of UB's Human Rights Center.

War on Iraq, without U.N. Resolution, would Be Illegal: Lee A. Albert, professor of law.

Economic Impact of U.S. War with Iraq Will Be a 'Big Yawn': Lewis Mandell, professor of finance and managerial economics.

U.S. Occupation of Japan Offers Lessons for Iraq: Thomas W. Burkman, director, Asian Studies Program.

War with Iraq Could Destroy Ancient Treasures in the Cradle of Civilization: Samuel M. Paley, professor of classics.

Bush's Charisma Will Be Shaped by a War with Iraq: James R. Meindl, professor of organization and human resources, School of Mangement.

Media Contact Information

John DellaContrada
Vice President for University Communications
Tel: 716-645-4601 (mobile: 716-361-3006)
dellacon@buffalo.edu
Twitter: @UBNewsSource