Joel S. Migdal is the Robert F. Philip Professor of International Studies in the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. He is the author of Boundaries and Belonging: States and Societies in the Struggle to Shape
The Ethics of Research in the Middle East POMEPS Studies 8 — July 2, 2014 What are the ethical obligations of an academic studying today’s Middle East? Have the Arab uprisings changed how scholars must weigh ethical and moral concerns
Shibley Telhami, Nathan J. Brown, and Marc Lynch discussed new trends in Arab public opinion, and Telhami discussed his recent release The World Through Arab Eyes. Panelists: Shibley Telhami – University of Maryland Nathan J. Brown – George Washington University
Shibley Telhami, Nathan J. Brown, and Marc Lynch discuss new trends in Arab public opinion, and Telhami discusses his recent release The World Through Arab Eyes. Panelists: Shibley Telhami – University of Maryland Nathan J. Brown – George Washington University
Three leading political scientists discussed the regional dimensions of the Syrian conflict. Panelists: Daniel L. Byman – Brookings Institution: Saban Center for Middle East Policy; Georgetown University F. Gregory Gause – University of Vermont Curt Ryan – Appalachian State University Moderated by: Marc Lynch – George Washington University
#2 – April 17, 2012. The George Washington University’s Marc Lynch speaks with M. Cherif Bassiouni, distinguished research professor of law emeritus at DePaul University College of Law and international United Nations war crimes expert.
#1 – February 8, 2012. The George Washington University’s Marc Lynch speaks with Timothy Mitchell, professor and chair of the department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies at Columbia University. He is the author of Carbon Democracy: Political