Aurisch First Speaker in 2004 Issues Forum
Klaus Aurisch is a business consultant in European Union matters, a German attorney and a university lecturer in international relations. He has served in various diplomatic and consular functions throughout the world and at the Foreign Office in Bonn between 1966 and 2001 in his career as a German diplomat.
Aurisch was born in Koln (Cologne), Germany and holds several degrees including a doctorate of law from the University of Cologne. He has held foreign service posts at embassies in Greece, Sudan, Yugoslavia and Strasbourg, and has published articles on European community law and international negotiation.
The Bush Museum Issues Forum strives to present leading experts in their respective fields. The forum also provides a vehicle in which the local community can be engaged in discussion concerning topics and issues that face our nation. In the past, the Museum Issues Forum has addressed a wide variety of topics including terrorism, LBJ, Central Europe, and the role of intelligence in national security.
The forum begins at 7 p.m. in the museum¿s orientation theater. There is no cost to attend, but reservations are recommended. For more information, or to make reservations, call Amanda Urrutia at 979-691-4015.