International perspective

Abdul Jabbar Sabit, former attorney general of Afghanistan and current presidential candidate in his country, meets with law students during a brown bag lunch in Anheuser-Busch Hall Nov. 21. Earlier that morning, Sabit spoke to the “Afghanistan: Microcosm of International Crisis” and “Anthropology of the Modern World” classestaught by Thomas Schweich, J.D., visiting professor and ambassador-in-residence at the School of Law, and Robert L. Canfield, Ph.D., professor of anthropology in Arts & Sciences, respectively. Afghanistan announced in April that it will hold a presidential election in fall 2009.