Tania Baban reads "A Half-Burned Page on Al Mutanabbi Street" by Dunya Mikhail in Arabic. Jen Hofer reads the English translation of the same poem, translated by Dunya Mikhail, Dima Hilal, and Beau Beausoleil. She follows with her own poem "less then more then less again".
A lecture by Mehrangiz Kar, from the panel discussion "Secularism and Gender in Iran of Today"
A talk by Amb. David Scheffer, the first US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes, about his new book, "All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals (Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity)". This talk was co-sponsored by the UCLA International Human Rights Law Program.
Senator George Mitchell discusses turmoil in the Middle East with National Public Radio's Renee Montagne
Revolution, Reform and Repression: Challenges to Women’s Inclusion and Equality in the Middle East and North Africa
The 1st Annual International Women’s Day Lecture by Sussan Tahmasebi, recipient of the Human Rights Watch’s 2011 Alison Des Forges Human Rights Award for Extraordinary Activism.
The now-familiar pattern of the Arab Spring -- popular outcries for freedom provoking hideous repression -- seems to warrant military intervention to stop the slaughter in Syria. But first we need answers to some hard questions.
The opening remarks and the keynote address at the Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited conference, sponsored by the UCLA Burkle Center, the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, and the UCLA Confucius Institute.
Panel I at the Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited conference, sponsored by the UCLA Burkle Center, the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, and the UCLA Confucius Institute.
Panel II at the Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited conference, sponsored by the UCLA Burkle Center, the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies, and the UCLA Confucius Institute.
Burkle Center Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye and political analyst Alireza Nader discuss how Israel and Iran came to the brink of war on RadioWest.
The conference Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited shows how far the U.S.-China relationship has come.
Dalia Dassa Kaye speaks to Voice of America about talks between President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Iran options.
Famed peacemaker discusses world disputes, recent Mideast events
Professor Gerald Steinberg speaks on Israel's reaction to the recent events in the Middle East.
Hadag Nahash discusses music and politics with UCLA audience.
A talk by Prof. Kathryn Sikkink from the Department of Political Science at the University of Minnesota, about her new book, "The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions Are Changing World Politics." This lecture was co-sponsored by the UCLA International Human Rights Law Program.
A lecture by Ilan Pappé, University of Exeter
Worse than a nuclear-armed Iran would be a nuclear-armed Iran that has been attacked by Israel.
Joel Beinin, Stanford University
Hazem Kandil, UCLA
A compilation of audiovisual materials from the collections of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library. Collections Include: The Naval Photographic Center, The White House Staff Super 9 Film Collection, The White House Communications Agency Sound Recording Collection, The Haldeman Diaries. A production by the Richard Nixon Presidential Library.
Experts come together on Jan. 23 to discuss historic meeting
Award-winning band Hadag Nahash will be on campus later this month
It’s important for Americans to think of Africa and South Africa as places to learn and grow, says university leader.
A talk by Mitchell Silber from the New York City Police Department Intelligence Division about his new book, "The Al Qaeda Factor: Plots Against the West." This talk was co-sponsored by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
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