Judith Miller February 11, 2003

With thousands of American and allied soldiers on their way to the Middle East to join thousands more already there, war with Iraq seems almost certain. Yet each day brings surprises and reversals that leave the world anxious about the likely outcome. What forces are really driving this situation, and is war truly inevitable? To help shed light on this confusing and complex situation, the University Lectures is proud to present Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Judith Miller. As an author and a reporter for the New York Times, Miller has earned a reputation for being one of the nation’s leading experts on terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and radicalism abroad.