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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Some Fundamentals

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Some Fundamentals

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Wednesday,
December
06
Kroc Center,
424 Westfield St., Greenville SC
12:00 pm -
01:30 pm
$14

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Guest Speaker: Akan Malici

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most enduring struggles we have seen in the last 100 years. Yet, there is dearth of knowledge about it.

When and why did the conflict start? What exactly are the claims of the contending sides? Why does peace seem unattainable? What is a likely long-term outcome? What is the role of the international community and of the U.S. in particular? Join us for this “2-part series: Levant a region divided”, Beyond the Headlines lunch-and-learn as Akan Malici covers “The Israel-Palestinian Conflict: Some Fundamentals”.

Akan Malici is Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Furman. He has authored, co-authored, and co-edited various books and numerous articles on international conflict and American foreign policy. He’s currently writing a book on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This event is FREE without lunch.

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