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"The Diplomat" Film Screening and Panel
Gripping chronicle of the work and impact of legendary US diplomat Richard Holbrooke through 50 years of US foreign policy
UCLA James Bridges Theater 7:00 PM
Eric Bordenkircher interviewed on Paris terrorist attacks
A researcher with the Center for Middle East Development, Bordenkircher is currently teaching in the political science department at UCLA.
November 18, 2015 READ MORE
Israel asks: Where do we go from here?
Israeli Brigadier General Relik Shafir and UCLA political scientist Steven Spiegel discussed Israel’s future in the Middle East in the shadow of the Iran nuclear deal.
November 12, 2015 READ MORE
Understanding the Iran Nuclear Deal: A Panel Discussion
September 29, 2015 READ MORE
Iran Nuclear Deal Might Quell Sectarian Conflicts
UCLA CMED's Eric Bordenkircher argues that the Iran nuclear deal has the potential to facilitate resolutions to sectarian conflicts currently ravaging the Middle East.
September 17, 2015 READ MORE
Recent International Institute grad publishes first book
Yvette Hovsepian Bearce, who earned a PhD in Islamic Studies in 2013, publishes a book on Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
July 24, 2015 READ MORE
THE MIDDLE EASTERNER BLOG
Voices from the Battlefield: Inside the Syrian Crisis
For the past five years, the country of Syria has transformed into a battlefield. Today, no one is truly safe. Terrorist, government, and rebel factions are massacring innocent people, and President Bashar al-Assad is drafting all young men to his security forces. Sammar Smesme exposes the appalling reality of everyday life for Syrians and shares interviews with her cousins–one living near Damascus and the other in a refugee camp.
November 20, 2015 READ MORE
The Plight of Foreign Domestic Workers in the Middle East
Women from low-income communities in South East Asia and Africa migrate to seek employment in domestic work abroad, in hopes of improving life for their families back home.
Turkey in Crisis
How did an election outcome that was supposed to have ushered in a new era of democratization and peace, instead lead the state into turmoil?
November 2, 2015 READ MORE
Political Twister in Yemen: A tangle of arms and actors
If destabilization in Yemen remains the status quo, then the West should be concerned about the increased threat of global terrorism.
November 19, 2014 READ MORE
Melinda Gates' commitment to women
Last week, Melinda Gates delivered a lecture at UCLA about gender equality and reproductive rights. Here are some of her thoughts as they related to the Middle East.
November 13, 2014 READ MORE
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