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"SISMEC Presents"

Watch the latest editions of "SISMEC Presents", our discussion program with the experts on the most current issues of Middle East Conflict.

 

SISMEC Events

Watch video from our panel discussions and individual talks.

 

Media Appearances

Watch videos from SISMEC members speaking on issues of Middle East conflict to media outlets

 

  • Dr. Charles Smith on the Egyptian Revolution and the Role of the Muslim Brotherhood.

     

     

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  • Ali G. Scotten on Iran & the Green Movement after the Tunisian & Egyptian revolutions:

    Ali Scotten is a senior consultant and analyst on Iran at a major Washington DC based consultancy. He was 2008-09 Huffington Fellow at Georgetown's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy.

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  • Ambassador David Dunford on protests in Egypt:

    Amb. Dunford is a faculty member and retired Foreign Service Officer who served extensively in the Middle East as ambassador to Oman and deputy ambassador to Saudi Arabia. He held a number of posts in Egypt.

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"Libya: Oil, Guns and the World Economy"

The Southwest Initiative for the Study of Middle East Conflicts, in conjunction with the Department  of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona, will hold a panel discussion entitled “Libya: Oil, Guns and the  World Economy” on Thursday, March 10.  The discussion centered on the various facets of the current upheaval across the North African nation, and featured Libyan professors, as well as faculty and graduate students from the Department of Near Eastern Studies.

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"Dictatorship or Democracy? Winds of Change in the Middle East"

SISMEC, in conjunction with the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona, held a panel discussion entitled “Dictatorship or Democracy? Winds of Change in the Middle East” on Friday, February 4, 2011. The panel discussed the recent upheaval in the Middle East, focusing on Tunisia and Egypt, as well as the larger implications for the region. The panel included faculty and graduate students from countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa, as well as those who have experience and expertise in the region.

 

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Dr. Leila Hudson, SISMEC Director, discusses western intervention in Libya on Russia Today's "CrossTalk"

 

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