The Alaska World Affairs Council Presents


Ambassador Edward Peck
Former Ambassador to Iraq and Mauritania


“The Arab Spring: Geography, History and Religion Shape a Vital Region”

Friday, 21st October, 2011 – Hilton Hotel
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. – Program begins at 12:00 p.m.
For Reservations
RSVP by Wednesday, 19th October to the Alaska World Affairs Council
by telephone 276-8038 or
by email to .
Lunch Program $25 for Members – $30 for Non-Members – $15 for Coffee and Dessert

Edward Peck is a retired career United States diplomat whose thirty-two years of service included: Chief of Mission in Baghdad during the Carter Administration and Deputy Director of the White House Task Force on Terrorism in the Reagan Administration. He was Deputy Director of Covert Intelligence Programs for the State Department, served as Foreign Service Officer in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt and was Ambassador in Mauritania. Peck currently provides consulting services to governments, businesses and educational institutions around the world.