Global Focus Webcast | Aug 20 | Rami Khouri – Crises in the Middle East

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The Tennessee World Affairs Council

presents our

Global Focus Webcast

Crises in the Middle East: Talking with Rami Khouri

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Join us for a one-hour interactive Webinar

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

9 am CDT / 10 am EDT / 5 pm Beirut

Rami Khouri

MR. RAMI KHOURI

Director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut, and an internationally recognized syndicated columnist at the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper. [more bio data and links to recent articles http://bit.ly/1tcdi9N]

REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Seats limited – RSVP to patryan@tnwac.org for registration access link

Invited audience/partners:

  • Tennessee World Affairs Council members/friends
  • American University of Beirut Students/Faculty
  • Belmont University Students/Faculty
  • Bethel University Students/Faculty
  • Vanderbilt University Students/Faculty
  • University of Tennessee Students/Faculty
  • World Affairs Councils of America network
  • Peoria Area World Affairs Council
  • Columbus World Affairs Council

Topic: Seeking Context to Understand The Middle East in Crisis

Two Cases:
1 – Iraq/Syria/ISIS/Iran — How did we get here and what are the intersections of regional interests and American foreign policy?
2 – Israel/Palestine — What are viable paths for the combatants to climb back down and what are the competing agendas of the parties – Hamas, Israel, Fatah, US, Egypt, neighboring states, international community?

The symposium will be recorded and archived on TNWAC.org and YouTube.com.

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