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The Middle East Conflict: A Comparative Analysis

The Middle East Conflict: A Comparative Analysis
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About this Event

28 Feb 2013 @ 12:45

 

About the Speech:

Ben-Dror Yemini, a journalist with considerable experience of analysing Israel’s domestic and foreign policies, shared his reflections on conflict in the Middle East. Using a comparative analysis with other disputes in the Middle East, Balkans, Africa and Asia, he cast new light on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. 

 

About the Speaker:

Mr. Yemini is the Opinion Editor of Maariv, a leading Israeli newspaper, and has conducted research on the topics of genocide, refugees, human rights violations, apartheid, ethnic cleansing, the status of Israeli Arabs, and women’s rights. A supporter of the ‘Two-State’ solution, Mr. Yemini has previously worked as an advisor to the Israeli Minister of Immigration Absorption and spokesman of that Ministry.

Theme: Foreign Policy and ESDP 

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