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May
27
5:00 PM17:00
May

LECTURE: Iran and its four fronts: Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen

The powers surrounding Iran have changed dramatically over the past years. Political confrontations, armed struggles and proxy wars in Syria, Iraq and Yemen have created new opposition to “Iranian hegemony”. With Iran’s recent “nuclear deal” and the Russian intervention in Syria, it is clear that Iran is witnessing a defining moment in its history. A lecture by Ziad Majed, researcher of Middle East Studies and International Relations at the American University of Paris.

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May
2
8:00 PM20:00
May

“We do not negotiate with terrorists": Perspectives on resolving conflicts with non-state actors

How should democracies negotiate with terrorists, without destabilizing its political system? What kind of terrorists are more easy to approach? When to start negotiations? Questions like these will be discussed by some experts in this lecture of May. So please join us on May 2nd at 20.00h in the CREA Theaterzaal.

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