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The forever war on terror: Dilemmas and choices
Date:6/10/2008

New York Senators John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama all presented their plans to fight the "global war on terror" as they campaigned across the U.S. this year. Members of the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) will be treated to a psychological perspective of the candidates' views on the fighting terrorism at APsaA's 97th Annual Meeting. Attendees of the Presidential Symposium will hear from Charles B. Strozier, Ph.D., a military father, terrorism expert, and honorary member of APsaA, on the topic of "The Forever War on Terror: Dilemmas and Choices."

Additional programs during the APsaA meeting will focus on other political issues such as patient privacy and capital punishment. The events detailed in this press release are open to the media and will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 265 Peachtree Street NE in Atlanta, Georgia. The Presidential Symposium will be presented on Friday, June 20, 2008, from noon 1:30 p.m.

"A psychological perspective helps articulate a politically appropriate way to respond concretely to the threat of global terrorism," says Dr. Strozier, who is the Director of John Jay College's Center on Terrorism and is in the unique position of having two sons who have served in both Middle East wars. "There is no more significant issue in this campaign than determining how the United States will respond to terrorism."

Dr. Strozier plans to outline the opposing Republican and Democratic visions for fighting terrorism as reflected in the positions of the presidential candidates. He will present ways the apocalyptic mindset that underlies the current war on terror has changed the role of the United States in global politics, altering principles that were established by the framers of the Constitution.

Following Dr. Strozier's speech, members of the media are invited to attend, "Spotlight on Capitol Hill: Protecting Your Patients, Protecting Your Profession." APsaA member Robert Li
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Contact: Dottie Jeffries
djeffries@apsa.org
212-752-0450 x29
American Psychoanalytic Association
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