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Panel Talks Middle Eastern Policy

Panel Talks Middle Eastern Policy

Edward Walker, the former U.S. ambassador to Egypt, Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and Startup Angels CEO Leslie Jump spoke on Tuesday in the Healey Family Student Center about the current state of affairs in the Middle East and whether high-growth, technological entrepreneurship can succeed in areas where diplomacy[Read More…]

by October 31, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News

Arab Studies Journal Sees Rise in Readership

Bassam Haddad, an adjunct assistant professor in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, founded Jadaliyya four years ago in conjunction with several Georgetown professors and graduate students, and the magazine is now being met with increased readership. Jadaliyya is an online magazine, or “e-zine,” that publishes content on issues of[Read More…]

by October 31, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News
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Jonathan Schanzer discusses the Palestinian political system.

Expert Talks Palestine Perspective

Counterterrorism expert Jonathan Schanzer said Palestinian politics are overlooked in the field of Middle Eastern studies in a lecture in White-Gravenor Hall on Wednesday. The event was co-sponsored by the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and the Georgetown Israel Alliance. During his talk, Schanzer emphasized the fact that many people[Read More…]

by October 3, 2014 1 comment Campus News, News
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The panel included Denise Natali of the Insititute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University, and Kadir Utsun, research director at the SETA Foundation.

Panel Discusses IS Group, Middle Eastern Affairs

The Institute of Turkish Studies and the Middle East Institute co-sponsored a panel on Turkey, the Islamic State group and the Middle East on Wednesday in McShain Lounge. A panel of experts led by Sinan Ciddi, executive director of the Institute for Turkish Studies, included Denise Natali, who holds the[Read More…]

by September 26, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top

United States Must Not Delay Intervention in Syria

Despite recent revelations of chemical weapon usage resulting in the deaths of 1,429 people outside of Syria’s capital city, a recent Reuters poll claims that only 9 percent of Americans support military intervention. This is a serious miscalculation, as not intervening in Syria would have dire humanitarian and geopolitical implications.[Read More…]

by September 6, 2013 0 comments Opinion

Network Joins US, Middle East Students

After spending the summer as a journalist in Iraq, Christian Chung (SFS ’15) looked to his experience to found the U.S.-Middle East Youth Network, an international group that joins students in both regions to debate and discuss foreign policy. “I … had the opportunity to really engage with college students focusing[Read More…]

by April 26, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News
MILLER: Bush Comparisons Worn Thin

MILLER: Bush Comparisons Worn Thin

Let’s get this straight: Mitt Romney is not George Bush.

by October 23, 2012 0 comments News

Former Ambassador Discusses Arab Uprisings

Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dennis Ross spoke about the Arab Spring and its implications for the Middle East in an event sponsored by the Program for Jewish Civilization on Thursday. Ross, who has served as an advisor to Presidents Bush, Clinton and Obama, joked about his bipartisan career. “I[Read More…]

by September 7, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News

LAKHANPAL: Mid East Free Speech Still Only a Whisper

Since I started writing for The Hoya, I’ve experienced a good deal of constructive criticism from my readers. Some of the things I write are not exactly favorable to the opinions of my friends in Qatar or in the United States. At the same time, there are people who are[Read More…]

by April 24, 2012 0 comments Uncategorized

‘Yemen’ Fishes for Praise, Needs More Bait

If I could only use one word to summarize the British romantic comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, it would undoubtedly be “charming.” This disclosure may seem slightly odd, considering the basic plot of the film, which involves relations with the Middle East. However, the music during the few potentially life-threatening[Read More…]

by March 28, 2012 0 comments The Guide