"The US Elections & American Foreign Policy in the Middle East," a Round Table Debate"The US Elections & American Foreign Policy in the Middle East," a Round Table Debatehttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/219531Stokes 102 - Humanities Center2012-10-24T16:30:002012-10-24T18:00:00
October 24,2012 4:30PM–6:00PM
Stokes 102 - Humanities Center
This first meeting of a Faculty Working Group on Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies features a debate between Barak Mendelsohn and Zach Oberfield, both Political Science, exploring the impact of the elections on foreign policy in the Middle East.
The Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities and the Political Science Department are pleased to support a new Faculty Working Group on Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. This first session is open to the campus community and will feature a round table debate between Barak Mendelsohn and Zach Oberfield exploring the impact of on foreign policy in the Middle East. Professor Oberfield is Haverford's American Politics specialist who teaches about the presidency and congress; he will offer insights whether the elections are at all meaningful when it come to foreign policy. Professor Mendelsohn will explore potential policies after the elections and whether, given the complex situation in the Middle East, they are likely to bring any positive results.
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