Brian Campbell, Palos Verdes Library District Trustee, speaks to students after his speech on the US-Afghanistan relationship in Kabul at the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF)

United States, California, Los Angeles – 07-11-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Brian Campbell, former mayor of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA and current Palos Verdes Library Trustee was invited by the American University of Afghanistan to speak to Afghan students on a wide range of topics ranging from the upcoming Afghan Parliamentary elections, military, foreign policy and common issues surrounding US-Afghan relations and the historical importance of the relationship between the two countries. Trustee Campbell additionally held talks with the AUAF university library officials and explored the possibility of establishing a library exchange program.

The American University of Afghanistan is Afghanistan’s only nationally accredited, private, not-for-profit, non-partisan and co-educational university. The university maintains partnerships with some of the world’s most prestigious universities, including Stanford University, University of Chicago Pearson Institute, University of Maryland, Georgetown University and the University of California network.

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Company Name: Brian Campbell – Palos Verdes Library Board Trustee
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