Melvyn Levitsky

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Link to:Levitsky in U.S. News and World Report on cooperation with Russia in Syria
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Link to:Levitsky pens Detroit News op-ed: “Trump and Putin: Will the personal relationship matter?”
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In his November 16 op-ed for The Detroit News , “Trump and Putin: Will the personal relationship matter?” , Melvyn[...]

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Speakers are Ford School MPP student Jeff S. Barnes, Former U.S. Army Captain and Ground Cavalry Troop Commander during the Iraq War; Taryn Barnes, Former U.S. Army Captain, Air Cavalry Reconnaissance Pilot and Platoon Leader during the Iraq War; P. Onni Hynninen, Former U.S. Army Captain, Troop Executive Officer, Scout Platoon Leader during the Iraq War; and Johnnie Farmer, Former Operations Sergeant Major during the Iraq War.
2008 - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Oct
13
Alumni Dinner at Pizza House October 13, 2006 After the day long dedication of Weill Hall festivities, the Ford School hosted nearly 100 alumni and their guests at a nearby restaurant for a casual dinner of pizza and salad. Dean Blank thanked alumni for their support of the campaign to construct Weill Hall and for their ongoing support of the School. 'It's wonderful to have so many alumni here to celebrate with us today.
2006 - 8:30 pm to 5:15 pm