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Nationalist Education in the Country of Origin and Immigrant Assimilation
Feb 22
Harris Mylonas
George Washington University
Diplomatic Engagement with Iran
Feb 29
Nicholas Hopton
Former British Ambassador to Libya, Iran, Qatar, and Yemen
The Gulf Monarchies after the Arab Spring. Threats and Security
Mar 7
Cinzia Bianco
European Council on Foreign Relations; Gulf State Analytics

Past Security, Strategy, & Statecraft Events
The Pentagon, Climate Change, and War
Feb 12, 2024
Neta C. Crawford
Oxford University
Re-electing the Czar: Russia and the Promise of a Putinist Renewal, 2024-the Blue Beyond
Jan 29, 2024
Alexander Baunov
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; European Univarsity Institute
Polycrises in World Diplomacy: Preparing for 2024
Dec 14, 2023
Albert (Bert) Gerard Koenders
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Senior Advisor to the World Bank on Fragility, The Netherlands
Human Rights and International Affairs: How Can the International Community Right Wrongs?
Dec 11, 2023
Christophe Kamp
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, The Netherland
Contestations of the UN's Role in Conflict Management. From Latin America to Russia
Dec 7, 2023
Stephanie Hofmann
European University Institute
Two-and-a-Half Power World: In the New Disorder, America and China are the Big Two Who Outclass Russia. Who Will Anchor Stability?
Nov 2, 2023
Joseph Joffe
Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS

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