Caitlin Talmadge, assistant professor of political science and international affairs discusses the key issues facing the next U.S. president regarding Iran.
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Three leading political scientists discussed the regional dimensions of the Syrian conflict.
Stephen Biddle, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, discusses the challenges faced by the next U.S. President in winding down the war in Afghanistan.
Michael B. Oren, Ambassador of Israel to the United States
The U.S. Strategy to Support the Disarmament of the Lord's Resistance Army: A Blueprint for Success?
Youth Combatants in Colombia: Reintegrating Colombia's Demobilized Adolescents
Money as Ammunition: Condolence Payments in Iraq
Civil Society Development in Post-Qadhafi Libya: Regional Divisions, Challenges, and Prospects
When Mothers Become Martyrs: The Use of Female Suicide Bombers in Islamic Terrorist Organizations
Panelists: Rebecca Dauer, Jana Everett, Ian Goldin, Elyse Inguanti, and Marisa MeyersModerator: Jennifer Westervelt (Graduate Student Mentor)