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Hidden Liberalism In Modern Iran: The Paradox Of Political Struggle, Huss Banai Oct 2014

Hidden Liberalism In Modern Iran: The Paradox Of Political Struggle, Huss Banai

Huss Banai

A public lecture at the UCLA Center for Near East Studies and Program of Iranian Studies Bilingual Lecture Series.


The Myth Of Iranian Hegemony, Huss Banai Sep 2014

The Myth Of Iranian Hegemony, Huss Banai

Huss Banai

No abstract provided.


The Arab League: To Dissolve Or Not To Dissolve, Lee Nave Jun 2014

The Arab League: To Dissolve Or Not To Dissolve, Lee Nave

Lee Nave Jr.

From the inability to speak with one voice, a lack of shared norms, and being chronically conflict prone, one must wonder how the Arab League has managed to exist for as long as it has. Suspending, then either reinventing or dissolving the Arab League seems to be the best route in addressing future conflicts within the region.


Badi‘A Masabni, Artiste And Modernist: The Egyptian Print Media’S Carnival Of National Identity, Roberta Dougherty Apr 2000

Badi‘A Masabni, Artiste And Modernist: The Egyptian Print Media’S Carnival Of National Identity, Roberta Dougherty

Robin Dougherty

Badia Masabni, pioneering star of Egyptian cafe life, and satire of contemporary Egyptian politics and society in the 1930s publication "al-Ithnayn."

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