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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict panel

Nov 19, 2015 1:23:10

Shai Feldman & Khalil Shikaki discuss developments such as the 2015 Israeli elections, U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal, & recent Palestinian diplomatic initiatives have affected the Israeli-Palestinian conflict & prospects for a peace deal.

Ukraine: Post-conflict strategies panel

Nov 6, 2015 1:17:00

Yaroslav Hrytsak, Melvyn Levitsky, Ronald Suny, Yuri Zhukov, and moderator John Ciorciari discuss the future of Ukraine and the Donbass conflict. November, 2015.

Ford Policy Union: International drug treaties

Oct 1, 2013 1:30:42

A debate on international drug policy with leading experts Jeffrey Miron, senior lecturer and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University, and Kevin Sabet, director of the Drug Policy Institute.

Edward Luck and Brad Roth: Responsibility to protect debate

Oct 1, 2014 1:23:48

This Ford Policy Union event will feature a debate on the Responsibility to Protect, a principle emphasizing the responsibility of governments and international actors to protect populations from grave human rights abuses. November, 2012.

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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Nov 18, 2015, 5:00-6:30 pm EST
Weill Hall- Annenberg Auditorium
Khalil Shikaki and Shai Feldman will discuss how developments such as the 2015 Israeli elections, U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal, and recent Palestinian diplomatic initiatives have affected the dispute and prospects for a peace deal. Each speaker will offer brief remarks, followed by Q&A from the audience.  
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Ford Policy Union: Pros and cons of free trade

Jan 16, 2013, 5:30-7:00 pm EST
Weill Hall
Free and open to the public. Preceded by a reception in the Great Hall at the Ford School at 5:00 PM. Join the conversation on Twitter: #FordPolicyUnion. About the event This Ford Policy Union event will feature a debate on the policy of free trade, which is the elimination of import tariffs and other artificial barriers to international trade. Professor Alan Deardorff, a noted international trade scholar, will argue that the U.S.
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