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MEMORIAL LECTURE: Dr Joan Trevelyan Memorial Lecture 2013

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Today's date is Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Dr Joan Trevelyan Memorial Lecture 2013 : A public lecture presented by Professor Mohammed Ayoob. He will be speaking about conflict and terrorism in the Middle East. Other events...
The Arab Spring has both changed and charged some of the region’s thorniest problems – from the rise of political Islam to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Israel-Palestine conflict to rivalries between key regional powers. Exploring the sources of conflict in the Middle East and their various linkages, the lecture would provide an assessment of whether the region is indeed destined for implosion or whether political sagacity and diplomatic creativity can bring it back from the brink.

Professor Mohammed Ayoob is Michigan State University's Distinguished Professor of International Relations. He has published 13 books and over 90 papers and articles in leading journals such as World Politics, International Studies Quarterly, International Studies Review, Foreign Policy, International Affairs, amongst others. He recently published an edited volume with Etga Ugur entitled Assessing the War on Terror. The lecture will present the ideas contained in his forthcoming book to be published by the Polity Press (Feb 2014).
Speaker(s) Professor Mohammed Ayoob
Location Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Crawley, WA
Contact Berkay Erkan <[email protected]>
Start Wed, 13 Nov 2013 17:30
End Wed, 13 Nov 2013 19:00
RSVP RSVP is required.
Submitted by Berkay Erkan <[email protected]>
Last Updated Tue, 12 Nov 2013 15:58
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