David Sanger is BACK! Special Event Announcement

Weston News |July 29, 2015

David Sanger

Fresh from his front page coverage of the Iran nuclear deal, New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David E. Sanger returns to Weston Playhouse for a special lecture, “Curbing Chaos: Iran, The Islamic State, and Other Challenges to American Power.” Tickets for the August 16 event include Sanger’s talk and a moderated audience question and answer session, followed by a dessert reception with an opportunity to meet, mingle, and discuss.

Correspondent David E. Sanger returns to Weston Playhouse for a special lecture, “Curbing Chaos: Iran, The Islamic State, and Other Challenges to American Power.” Tickets for the August 16 event include Sanger’s talk and a moderated audience question and answer session, followed by a dessert reception with an opportunity to meet, mingle, and discuss.

In his 32-year career, Sanger has reported from New York, Tokyo and Washington, covering a wide variety of issues surrounding foreign policy, globalization, nuclear proliferation and Asian affairs. He is the author of two bestsellers: The Inheritance: The World Obama Confronts and the Challenges to American Power (2009) and Confront and Conceal: Obama’s Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power (2012).

A member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Aspen Strategy Group, Mr. Sanger specializes in the confluence of economic and foreign policy, and has written extensively on how issues of national wealth and competitiveness have come to redefine the relationships between the United States and its major allies. Twice, he has been a member of the Times reporting teams that won the Pulitzer Prize.

Join Mr. Sanger and Weston Chair Emeritus Wayne Granquist on Sunday, August 16th at 7:30 p.m. for a stimulating, participatory discussion of current political issues and events. $35 admission. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company.


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