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The Search for a Mideast Solution - A discussion between Professor Safwan Masri and Nicolas Pelham, moderated by Nicholas Lemann
Book Debate: Religious Pluralism in the Middle East - The Relic of a Bygone Era or a Foundation for the Region's Recovery?
Global Nursing and Midwifery Summit in Amman, Jordan Brings Together Leaders to Build and Sustain Cross-Regional Networks
Soraya Salti Youth for Youth Series: Developing Emotional Intelligence for Greater Social Impact with Nadine El Asmar
Safwan M. Masri presents "Tunisia: An Arab Anomaly" at the Shoman Foundation - October 23, 2017 at 6:30-8:00 pm
A Virtual Lecture: Redefining Borders - Poetry as Means of Resilience and Tolerance with Nathalie Handal
From Destruction to Documentation: A Talk by Sheila Canby, The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Friday, February 9
Fostering Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education in Tunisia program: Columbia Venture Competition
A Model International Mobility Convention: Rights and Governance for Migrants and Refugees - A Talk by Michael Doyle
(Ground Truth Exhibition) From Res Nullius to Terra Nullius: Revisiting Indigenous Histories, Legal Systems, and Land Rights in the Naqab
"Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo": Safwan Masri in conversation with Seth Anziska
Peasant Architecture in Palestine: Space, Kinship and Gender - Safwan Masri in conversation with Suad Amiry
The Nation State Law: Implications for the Rights of Non-Jewish Minorities - Safwan Masri in conversation with Aida Touma-Sliman
Writing/Walking Palestine: Raja Shehadeh charts his city, Ramallah, and Penny Johnson explores our common lives and histories with animals
Women ASPIRE | Understanding and Addressing Physical Health and Mental Health Concerns of Syrian Refugee Women in Jordan
#MeToo and Global Change: Best Practices for Addressing Sexual Harassment and Misconduct - A talk by Suzanne Goldberg
Archaeological Archives of the French Mandate Period and the Creation of the "Service des Antiquités" and Museums in Syria
Report Launch and Expert Discussion: A Medium-Term Approach towards Self-Reliance and Resilience of Syrian Refugees and Host Communities in Jordan
Global Collaboratory Seminar - The Future of Globalization: Consequences of the Pandemic on Supply Chains
Away from Chaos: The Middle East and the Challenge to the West (Columbia University Press Book Series)
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