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  • Why ISIS Defies Easy Analysis | SAIS
    Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Why ISIS Defies Easy Analysis William McCants director of The Project on U S Relations with the Islamic World will discuss this topic For more information and to RSVP by Email Date and Time December 2 2015 12 30pm 1 45pm

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  • Camille Pecastaing | SAIS
    Programs M A Areas of Study Language Studies Executive Education Summer Programs Course Offerings Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Camille Pecastaing Camille Pecastaing Camille Pecastaing Ph D Senior Associate Professor of Middle East Studies Middle East Studies Rome 719 202 663 5722 cape jhu edu Expertise Regions Africa Middle East Topics Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Culture Religion and Politics Globalization Terrorism Genocide Islamic Religion Culture and Law Languages English French Background and Education Student of behavioral sciences and historical sociology research focuses on the cognitive and emotive foundations of xenophobic political cultures and ethnoreligious violence using the Muslim world and its European and Asian peripheries as a case study contributor to the Working Group on Islamism and the International Order at Stanford University s Hoover Institution Ph D international relations SAIS 2015 03 24 00 00 00 Spring 2015 Contact Accessibility Employment Legal Student Right To Know Johns Hopkins University Washington Nitze Building 1740 Massachusetts

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  • David Makovsky | SAIS
    Process and the Arab Israeli conflict he is also coauthor with Dennis Ross of the 2009 Washington Post bestseller Myths Illusions and Peace Finding a New Direction for America in the Middle East Viking Penguin His 2011 maps on alternative territorial solutions to the Israeli Palestinian conflict were reprinted by the New York Times in the paper s first interactive treatment of an op ed His widely acclaimed September 2012 New Yorker essay The Silent Strike focused on the U S Israel dynamics leading up to the 2007 Israeli attack on Syrian nuclear facilities Mr Makovsky is a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the London based International Institute for Strategic Studies His commentary on the peace process and the Arab Israeli conflict has appeared in the New York Times Washington Post Los Angeles Times Wall Street Journal Financial Times International Herald Tribune Chicago Tribune Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy and National Interest He appears frequently in the media to comment on Arab Israeli affairs including PBS NewsHour He has testified before the full U S Senate Committee on Foreign Relations the full U S House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs and on multiple occasions before the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs Middle East Subcommittee Before joining The Washington Institute Mr Makovsky was an award winning journalist who covered the peace process from 1989 to 2000 He is the former executive editor of the Jerusalem Post was diplomatic correspondent for Israel s leading daily Haaretz and is a former contributing editor to U S News and World Report He served for eleven years as that magazine s special Jerusalem correspondent He was awarded the National Press Club s 1994 Edwin M Hood Award for Diplomatic Correspondence for a cover story on PLO finances that he

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  • Gary Sick | SAIS
    Regions Iran Middle East United States Topics American Foreign Policy Background and Education Senior Research Scholar at SIPA s Middle East Institute and Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs Prof Sick served on the National Security Council under Presidents Ford Carter and Reagan He was the principal White House aide for Iran during the Iranian Revolution and the hostage crisis Sick is a captain ret in the U S Navy with service in the Persian Gulf North Africa and the Mediterranean He was the deputy director for International Affairs at the Ford Foundation from 1982 to 1987 where he was responsible for programs relating to U S foreign policy Prof Sick teaches at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University where he has regularly been voted one of the top five teachers He is a member emeritus of the board of Human Rights Watch in New York and founding chair of its advisory committee on the Middle East and North Africa He is the executive director of Gulf 2000 an international online research project on political economic and security developments in the Persian Gulf being conducted at Columbia University since 1993 with support from a number of major foundations B A University of Kansas Master of Science George Washington University Ph D Columbia University Publications October Surprise America s Hostages in Iran and the Election of Ronald Reagan 1991 All Fall Down America s Tragic Encounter with Iran 1985 Teaching 2015 04 14 00 00 00 Fall 2013 United States in the Persian Gulf From Outlier to Empire Mini series SA 000 000 Show Details This series of This series of lectures will look at the evolution of U S political economic and military presence in the Persian Gulf from the Second World War to the

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  • Ömer Taşpinar | SAIS
    Dr Taşpınar has a Ph D and M A in European Studies and International Economics from Johns Hopkins University SAIS and a B A in Political Science from the Middle East Technical University in Ankara Turkey His research focuses on Turkey EU and Turkish American relations European Politics Transatlantic relations Muslims in Europe Islamic Radicalism Human Development in the Islamic world and American Foreign Policy in the Middle East Dr Taşpınar is the author of two books Political Islam and Kurdish Nationalism in Turkey Routledge 2005 and Fighting Radicalism with Human Development Freedom Education and Growth in the Islamic World Brookings 2006 Some of his recent publications include New Parameters in US German Turkish Relations AICGS February 2005 The Anatomy of Anti Americanism in Turkey Insight Turkey July August 2005 Turkey s European Quest Brookings Analysis Paper September 2004 Europe s Muslim Street Foreign Policy March April 2003 An Uneven Fit The Turkish Model and the Arab World Brookings Analysis Paper August 2003 Download Curriculum Vitae PDF Research Teaching New Turkey and its Paradox Part Two Show Details Prof Taspinar in the 2nd of a 2 part series on the paradox of the so called New Turkey originally published in Today s Zaman http www brookings edu research opinions 2014 04 20 new turkey its paradox part two taspinar New Turkey and its Paradox Part One Show Details Prof Taspinar in the 1st of a 2 part series on the paradox of the so called New Turkey originally published in Today s Zaman http www brookings edu research opinions 2014 04 13 new turkey its paradox part one taspinar Turkey s Strategic Vision and Syria Show Details How should Turk How should Turkey s current foreign policy be characterized and understood To answer this question one has to look first at the three grand strategic visions that have driven Turkish foreign policy Neo Ottomanism Kemalism and more recently Turkish Gaullism The common denominator of these strategic visions is that they transcend the erroneous narrative prevalent in Western media focusing almost exclusively on the dichotomy between Turkey s Islamic and secular factions In particular the way in which Turkey has handled the continuing implications of the 2011 Arab awakening helps to clarify Turkish grand strategy or its continuing balancing act among these three strategic visions as Ankara has faced a more challenging strategic environment most specifically in its estranged relations with Bashar Assad s Syria http www brookings edu research articles 2012 08 turkey taspinar Fall 2013 Europe and Islam SA 710 956 Show Details Introduces the Introduces the complex interactions of European and Islamic civilizations from the time of the Prophet until the contemporary era Draws heavily on the cultural political and military aspects of early encounters between Islam and Christianity Analyzes the contemporary presence of Islam and Muslims in Europe by focusing on France Germany and Britain Examines the relevance of different models of secularism and citizenship in these three countries Also addresses Islam in the Balkans Europe s

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  • Sanam Vakil | SAIS
    s Middle East and North Africa Division and an associate at The Abernathy MacGregor Group Ph D international relations SAIS Publications Action and Reaction Women and Politics in the Islamic Republic of Iran 2011 author of numerous monographs book reviews working papers and articles in U S and international journals on Middle East and U S foreign policy Teaching News 2015 04 13 00 00 00 Fall 2013 The Twin Pillars of The Gulf Iran Saudi Arabia their Gulf Neighbors SA 860 774 Show Details The course exam The course examines Persian Gulf politics through the prism of Iran and Saudi Arabia their history domestic evolutions foreign policy ideology and position in the Persian Gulf Once known in the American foreign policy establishment as the Twin Pillars of the Gulf as they both supported American political and economic interests up until 1979 Iran and Saudi Arabia have followed similar economic and political trajectories The outcome of such paths however have been decidedly different In addition to weighing in on the competing strains and dominating regional position of these two Persian Gulf heavyweights the course assess the impact of these states on those of the smaller Gulf countries Kuwait Bahrain the United Arab Emirates Oman Qatar and Yemen Spring 2014 Political Leadership in the Middle East SA 860 708 Show Details The course exam The course examines the role and influence of political leaders in the region Using a theoretical framework studies the charismatic sultanic traditional and rational legal forms of leadership in the Middle East by merging biographical material on the region s predominant leaders Arafat Saddam Hussein Ibn Saud Khomeini Ataturk Hafez Assad Ben Gurion King Hussein with their influence on their respective countries and political foundations Cross listed Middle East Studies International Development September 6 2015 Isis si

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  • Mamuka Tsereteli | SAIS
    Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Mamuka Tsereteli Mamuka Tsereteli Mamuka Tsereteli Middle East Studies 2015 04 14 00 00 00 Spring 2015 Contact Accessibility Employment

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  • Minorities in the Syrian War and Implications for US Policy | SAIS
    Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Minorities in the Syrian War and Implications for US Policy Faysal Itani Resident Fellow at the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council will speak on this subject For more information and to RSVP by Email Date and Time October 28 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/content/minorities-syrian-war-and-implications-us-policy (2015-11-11)
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