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William Stewart is a former State Department diplomat and foreign correspondent for Time magazine. He served in high level positions in the U.S. Foreign Service from 1961 to 1971. His most distinguished service was in India and Vietnam. He joined Time magazine in 1971 as a foreign correspondent. With Time, he was, successively, bureau chief in New Delhi, Tokyo, Beirut, and Hong Kong. As the bureau chief in Beirut, he covered the Iran-Iraq war, Israel’s invasion of Lebanon, and other significant events in the Middle East. On retirement from Time, Mr. Stewart moved to Santa Fe. Mr. Stewart discusses the situation in Iraq, with audience questions following.
Presented by: William Stewart, Journalist, Santa Fe