Sarasota World Affairs Council takes on nuclear weapons topic

Herald Tribune, February 14, 2017
New College adjunct professor of International Studies Nat Colletta contends that Sarasota is second only to northern Virginia as a retirement mecca for foreign service officers. If that’s true, then today’s lecture presentation from the Sarasota World Affairs Council, or SWAC, will likely play to another full house, thanks to an assist from President Donald Trump.
The topic, “Nuclear Weapons: They’re Back,” gives the stage to Robert Gallucci, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs and former dean of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Affairs. In 1994, Gallucci negotiated North Korea into freezing plutonium production, at least temporarily, and agreeing to inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency.