Dec
10
2:00 pm14:00

Democratic Citizens in Non-Democratic Nations: Civic Participation and Associational Life in the West Bank

  • 1118 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Amaney A. Jamal, University of Michigan

This conference is presented by former students of Professor Edward Allworth in honor of his career at Columbia University's Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures Department and at the Harriman Institute as the Professor of Turco-Soviet Studies and the founder of the Nationalities Program. The conference is organized by the Caspian Project of Columbia University at the School of International and Public Affairs. 

Nov
20
6:00 pm18:00

Internship Panel

  • 1118 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Sarah Grow, MIA2, Turkey
Rachel Ingber, MIA2, Lebanon
Elham Seyedsayamdost, MIA2, Tunisia

Internship Experiences and Opportunities in Middle Eastern Countries, as Discussed by Students, who have interned in the Region 

Oct
24
12:00 pm12:00

US-Qatar Relations After the Events of September 11th

  • 1118 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Patrick N. Theros:
Former US Ambassador to Qatar,
President and Executive Director of the US-Qatar Business Council

The Impact of U.S. Relations with Qatar and the Gulf States after the September 11 Attacks. 

Oct
18
12:30 pm12:30

Gaza: Eight Years After Oslo

  • 1118 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

John Lister: Davis Fellow/Columbia University

Life in the Gaza Strip and the Impact of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict on the Lives of Gaza Citizens 

Oct
4
12:30 pm12:30

"Finance and Terrorism

  • 1118 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Jean-François Seznec: Columbia University

The Use of Gulf States’ Moneychangers for the Financing of Terrorist Operations and the Financing of the September 11 Attack 

Sep
26
12:30 pm12:30

"Global Terrorism and International Responses"

  • Dag Hammarskjold Lounge (6th Floor) International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Gary G. Sick: Acting Director of the Middle East Institute
Richard Betts: Director of the Institute on War and Peace Studies
Robert Legvold: Professor of Political Science
Kimberly Zisk: Associate Professor of Political Science

Implications of the September 11 Terrorist Attacks for the United States and the World and Ways to combat International Terrorism. 

Sep
13
12:30 pm12:30

"After the Attack"

  • 1501 International Affairs Building, Columbia University

Lisa Anderson
Dean, School of International and Public Affairs
Gary G. Sick
Acting Director of The Middle East Institute
Richard W. Bulliet
Professor of History, The Middle East Institute

A Discussion of Origins of Terrorist Attacks against America and Analysis of U.S. Response.