A talk by Lamia Ben Youssef Zayzafoon, University of Alabama Birmingham. Part of the conference: Mapping and Remapping the Tunisian Revolution.
A talk by Stephen King, Georgetown University. Part of the conference: Mapping and Remapping the Tunisian Revolution
A talk by Lotfi Ben Rejeb, University of Ottawa. Part of the conference: Mapping and Remapping the Tunisian Revolution
A talk by Tarek Kahlaoui, Rutgers University. Part of the conference: Mapping and remapping the Tunisian Revolution
A talk by Sabra Webber, Ohio State University. Part of the conference: Mapping and Remapping the Tunisian Revolution
More than a dozen Iran specialists gathered at the James West Alumni Center on Friday, May 13, to discuss that country's politics and global relationships. Fast-moving events in the Middle East and suspicions about Iran's nuclear program dominated discussion before an audience of nearly 250.
Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.) sternly warns about the danger — in the Middle East and to Iran itself — if the regime in Tehran acquires the ability to produce nuclear weapons.
A lecture by Abbas Milani, Stanford University
Two Premature Rumors of the Mediterraneans Death: Fishing Wars, Maritime Gentrification, and Social Anthropology of Region Formation in the Channel of Sicily Since WWII
A lecture by Naor Ben-Yehoyada, Harvard University
In an event marking Yom Ha-Atzma’ut, the Israeli day of independence, members of the public and the UCLA community engaged in a discussion with award-winning director Yael Katzir on her latest film, set against the backdrop of the Lebanon war of 2006.
A lecture by Natasha Iskander, New York University
Burkle Center Fellow, Matthew Alexander, appears on CBS Evening News to discuss the implications of enhanced interrogation and its role in providing critical intelligence necessary to prevent terrorism at home and abroad.
Matthew Alexander on MSNBC's Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell on The Legacy of Enhanced Interrogation
Alexander discusses the long-term costs of enhanced interrogation use and its impact on the lives of American service members at home and abroad.
A lecture by Nubar Hovsepian, Chapman University
A lecture by Touraj Daryaee, UC Irvine
Burkle Fellow Matthew Alexander on The Ed Show Discussing Cooperation with Pakistan and Interrogation in the War on Terror.
Matthew Alexander analyzes possible trends in partnership and intelligence emerging out of the death of Osama bin Laden and comments on the legacy of torture and its effects on the international War on Terror.
Three faculty experts agree the death of Osama bin Laden is significant but should have little effect on Al-Qaeda. The network was in decline before bin Laden was killed, and its loose organization makes the central leader less important.
Burkle Center Fellow Amy Zegart comments on KTLA on the meaning of Osama Bin Laden's death and its impact on the War on Terrorism.
Zegart discusses how Al Qaeda has grown stronger since America began its hunt for Bin Laden.
Burkle Center Fellow Amy Zegart quoted in CNN story “Is the U.S. safer today than before the 9/11 attacks?”
Experts believe the U.S. is safter today, but they say the nation still faces threats that are very real.
A lecture by Ilana Feldman, George Washington University
Humanitarian Action in the Middle East and North Africa Under Scrutiny: Criminalizing Humanitarian Engagement
A lecture by Naz Modirzadeh, Harvard University
A lecture by Khaled Abou El Fadl, UCLA School of Law
A discussion on the intervention by the U.S .and its allies in Libya, with General Wesley K. Clark (ret.), UCLA Law Professor Asli Bali and UCLA Burkle Center Director Kal Raustiala.
A talk by Laura Dickinson, Arizona State University, with special remarks by Gen. Wesley K. Clark (ret.). This event was co-sponsored by the International Human Rights Law Program at the UCLA Law School.
A lecture with George Bisharat, UC Hastings College of the Law
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