The Honorable Joschka Fischer delivers the 2006 Frank E. and Arthur W. Payne Distinguished Lecture

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The Honorable Joschka Fischer, member of the Bundestag, and former German Foreign Minister and Deputy Chancellor

The Honorable Joschka Fischer, member of the Bundestag, and former German Foreign Minister and Deputy Chancellor (1998-2005) in the government of Gerhard Schroeder, will offer a 2006 Frank E. and Arthur W. Payne policy lecture titled "Europe's Prospects in a Globalized World," on April 20, 2006, 4:30 p.m., Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall.

The Honorable Joschka Fischer's Biography:

12 April 1948

Born in Gerabronn
Since 1982Member of The Greens
1983 to
29 March 1985
Member of the German Bundestag
12 December 1985 to
February 1987
Minister of the Environment and Energy of Land Hessen
12 December 1985 to
9 February 1987
Alternate Member of the German Bundesrat
8 April 1987 to
4 April 1999
Chairman of the Green parliamentary group in the Parliament of Land Hessen
21 April 1987 to
4 April 1991
Member of parliament in Land Hessen
1991 to 1994 Minister of the Environment, Energy and Federal Affairs of Land Hessen; Deputy Minister-President of Land Hessen
Since October 1994 Member of the German Bundestag
October 1994 to
26 October 1998
Spokesman of the Alliance 90/The Greens parliamentary group in the German Bundestag
27 October 1998 to
22 November 2005
Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Deputy Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

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