New York AFLSE - Tickets Still Available - Gold Event (6/6) and Middle East Policy Event (6/9)

Happy June everyone. We still have tickets available for this Saturday's GOLD Event and Monday's event with Mike Amitay. For more details and to sign up see the event listing below. Don't forget in June we will still be hosting the Third Thursday Happy Hour downtown and First Mondays uptown. Below is a partial list of our upcoming events, as always please visit the New York Chapter page at for a complete list of upcoming events, including events hosted by the NYBSC. 

New York City: GOLD Walking Tour of Central Park POSTPONED
Saturday, 06/6/09 at 4:00pm

Graduates of the Last Decade are cordially invited on a Walking Tour of Central Park. POSTPONED

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AFLSE New York City: Changing US Policy in the Middle East - An NGO Perspective
Tuesday, 06/9/09 at 9:30pm

A lecture by Mike Amitay (MA, LSE, 1987), Senior Policy Analyst, Middle East, North Africa and Central Eurasia at the Open Society Institute.

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AFLSE New York City: Third Thursday Downtown Social at Delmonico's
Thursday, 06/18/09 at 9:30pm
Come to our monthly gathering at this Wall Street landmark, located on none other than BEAVER Street!

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