10 Jan

For all the calling Charles Timothy “Chuck” Hagel formerly known as CHUCK is an American politician and former United States Senator from Nebraska. Born Oct 04, 1946 in North Platte, CHUCK was educated at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Chuck a politician people are not being reminded CHUCK became a PROFESSOR when he left CAPITOL HILL. Hagel is currently teaching at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Back in February 2006, the Edmund A Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, hosted a forum called “Hamas, the Palestinian Elections and Future Implications” in the ICC Auditorium. The description for the event was “Hamas’ victory in the Palestinian parliamentary elections has upset the balance of power for the Palestinians, but has even larger implications for Israel, the US and the world at large. There is now a new dimension for how the peace process must evolve in the Middle East, and there are more questions than ever before. Join us to hear a panel of experts discuss the implications of this unprecedented new era.”

Invited guests included  Clayton E. Swisher, Director of Programs, Middle East Institute, author of ‘The Truth About Camp David’; Amaney Jamal, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics, Princeton University; Huwaida Arraf, Co-founder, International Solidarity Movement; Jamie Arnett, MAAS 07, researcher at the Palestinian Parliamentary Elections; Alienor Van den Bosch, MAAS 07, researcher at the Palestinian Parliamentary Elections.

October 2009, Hagel was the keynote speaker at the Palestinian advocacy group funded by GEORGE SOROS, J Street’s annual conference. He said “the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is central, not peripheral, to U.S. vital security interests in combating terrorism, preventing July 2006 Hagel called on the Bush Administration to take up the Beirut Declaration of 2002, also known as the “Saudi Peace Initiative,” saying it was “a starting point” that had been “squandered” by the United States. It calls on Israel to retreat from the Golan Heights, the West Bank, and much of Jerusalem, including the Jewish Quarter of the OldCity and the Western Wall, as a precondition for peace. August 2006, Hagel was only of 12 senators who refused to sign a letter asking the EU to declare Hezbollah a terrorist organization. December 2005 Hagel was one of 27 Senators who refused to sign a letter to President Bush requesting the U.S. pressure the Palestinians to ban terrorist groups from participating in legislative elections.August 2008, in an interview with author Aaron David Miller, Hagel said: “The political reality is that … the Jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people up here.” He continued, describing his reaction to a meeting in New York with supporters of Israel, where he told the audience: “Let me clear something up here if there’s any doubt in your mind. I’m a United States Senator. I’m not an Israeli senator. I’m a United States Senator. I support Israel. But my first interest is, I take an oath of office to the constitution of the United States. Not to a president, not to a party, not to Israel.” March 2009, Hagel signed a public letter urging President Obama to open direct negations with HAMAS.

Hagel has been affiliated with NEW AMERICA FOUNDATION. December 2012, Peter Beinart of NEW AMERICA FOUNDATION called HAGEL: THE NEW EISENHOWER stating “Chuch Hagels appointment would signal a dramatic shift in American foreign policy- from the world view of Harry Truman to the worldview of Dwight Eisenhowe. And that, says Peter Beinart, would be a wonderful thing.”

To make a difference for college age youth taught by Hagel BE THEIR DIFFERENCE.


Washington, DC: February 6th, 6 – 9 p.m. 
New York, NY: February 20th, 6 – 9 p.m.

Be a mentor and reach out to the next generation of leaders by 
speaking informally with students and young professionals interested
in international affairs careers.

The Women’s Foreign Policy Group Annual Mentoring Fairs in Washington, DC and New York provide an opportunity for students and young professionals to meet with international affairs professionals and learn from their career experiences. Unlike a career fair, the focus is on entering and succeeding in international career fields, not just opportunities at particular companies. This year we are cosponsoring the events with The George Washington University and New YorkUniversity.

Mentors are mid- to senior-level women and men working in international affairs who want to sit down with aspiring leaders to give career guidance and practical advice. Sectors include international development, NGOs, human rights, international law, international health, international business, diplomatic service, the UN, journalism, and communications. 

Wednesday, February 6th, 6 – 9 p.m. 
The GeorgeWashingtonUniversity

Washington, DC:

Become a mentor

Register as a student (starting Jan. 7th)

Wednesday, February 20th, 6 – 9 p.m. 
New YorkUniversity

New York, NY:

Become a mentor

Register as a student (starting Jan. 21st)

Please direct any questions to or (202) 429-2692

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